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The All Girls Surfriders held their annual Hardcore Winter Classic Prize Round at Lennox Beach in a pulsing clean but challenging one-metre waves.

The day was all about wise wave selection, with the outer bank providing some dramatic closeouts but also epic fast rides for those who took the challenge. The inner bank delivered a range of waves rideable for all. 


Junior beginner – Layla Ross, Josie Morison, Tully Fraser, Sienna Johnson. 

Senior beginner – Laura Woolcott, Nat Fraser, Silja  Hauser, Colleen Barton.

Junior intermediate – Mia Baker, Poppy Morison, Sasha Oxland, Amelia Walker.

Senior intermediate – Pru Smallhorn, Lou Webster, Sylvie Horau, Cory Whitney.

Wahine masters – Leilani Morgan, Kerene Bienke, Melissa Cook, Nat Edminston.

Opens – Nyxie Ryan, Sarah Morison, Kerene Bienke, Tamika Hudson.

Longboards – Melissa Cook.

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