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Plenty of smoke on the water for the final Lennox Longboarders event of 2019.

Crystal Cylinders

Lennox Longboarders final club round for 2019 was a perfect spring day with off-shore winds, good longboarding waves and a mid-morning high tide. 

All the elements came together to provide a great November round but with smoke filled skies there was a purplish brown haze over the ocean. 

Winner of the voucher from Lennox Surf went to Jake Ryan.

Results

Firsts: Aaron Smith, Jackson Cochrane, Eleanor Robertson, Wayne Booth, Rob Rye, Brendan Cahill.

Seconds: James Foster, Jemma Osbourne, Lee Middleton, Matt Durkin, Gary Alford, Greg Gover.

Thirds: Tom Steele, Taylor Hessian, Tasman Cahill, Fiona Duncan, Una Fahey, Toby Ryan.

Fourths: Terry Kay, Meg Smith, Veronica Silver, Peter Regan, Kate Ashdown, Will Petrie.

Fifths: Jake Ryan, Grant Ryan, Lachlan Jones, Steve Fosterling, Liz Petterson, Damian Anderson.

Sixths: Andrew Smith, Emily Simmonds, Nick Mitchell, Jim Baker, Gabby Alford, Jane Birch.


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