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October 27, 2021

Local women surfers impressive in good conditions

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The All Girl Surfriders had ‘an absolute ripper of a round’ held in beautiful, autumn sunshine and a glassy swell up to 1.2 metres.

‘There were some absolute bomb sets coming throughout the back, testing the skills of those brave enough to take them on. As well as plenty of steady reforms on the inside sections for our beginner and intermediate surfers,’ the club’s Renee Adamson said.

‘All in all, another great round of surfing from all divisions, leaving plenty of big smiles, surf stoke, and even a few surprise results at the end. Congratulations to all of our competitors,’ she said.

The next club round is at Arrawarra for the campout.

Results

Opens: Kahlila Marshall, Mia Baker, Amy Hsieh and Lilian Beadham.
Longboard: Mel Mott, Helen Sherman, Maz Pentecost and Nat Edminston.
Junior Beginner: Mika Cruden, Miliani Tighe, Isabelle McRae, Sienna Johnson.
Junior Intermediate: Cinta Hamilton, Coco Gallagher, Lani Ferwerda, Ruby Campbell.
Senior Intermediate: Marika Ilic, Deb Stokes, Renee Adamson, Berenice Roberts.
Senior Beginner: Erin Baker, Laura Woolcott, Tara McGready, Danielle Boal.
Wahine Masters: Jane Collins, Serena Adams, Danah Benson, Nat Edminston.


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