STRONGER AS ONE: The nippers team from the Mollymook SLSC, which finished in second in the overall point score, behind hosts Warilla-Barrack Point SLSCA STRONG team of athletes have starred forMollymook Surf Life Saving Club at the recentSouth Coast Branch Surf Life Saving Championships, held at the Warilla-Barrick Point SLSC.
Of the team, 46 of them were Nippers athletes and the top results in the u8s includeSonny Coote(second in beach sprint), Darcy Greenhalgh (second in beach flags) andHarry Walsh (first in run and wade), while the beach relay team (Sonny Coote, Harry Walsh, Darcy Greenhalgh and Hayle Bedford) finished second and the R and W relay (Harry Walsh, Max Butson, Cameron Campbell and Hayle Bedford) also claimed silver.
Stars in u9s wereSaige Williams(second beach in flags and third in beach sprint),Sebastian Diver(third in beach sprint) and the beach relay team (Beau Alderman, Sebastian Diver, Saige Williams and Jessica Barr) claimed bronze.
The u10s were best served by Logan Coote (third in beach flags),Maisie Butson(fourth in board), Jacob Jones(fourth swim and flags) and Hailey D’Ombrain (fourth in beach flags).
The top u11s were Nash Burton(second in board, second in beach flags andthird in beach sprint), Olivia Greenhalgh (first in beach sprint and second in beach flags),Kara Hoyer(second in swim),Estella Campbell(third in Ironwoman and fourth swim) and the swim relay (Kara Hoyer, Estella Campbell, Amarli Williams and Zoe Cowled) placed third.
In the u12s, stars were Blake D’Ombrain(first in beach flags and third in beach sprint),Stirling Norwood(second in beach flags and beach sprint),Karla Jones(first in beach flags and beach sprint),Tiffany Coote(third in beach flags) and Archie Skinner(fourth in swim), as the beach relay (Stirling Norwood, Blake D’Ombrain, Karla Jones and Tiffany Coote) claimed gold and the swim relay (Karla Jones, Blake D’Ombrain, Summer Lindberg and Archie Skinner) silver.
Best in the u13s were Maddy D’Ombrain(first in beach flags, second boardand fourth in Ironwoman),Arnae McKillop (second in beach flags and second in beach sprint),Julia Armstrong(second in Ironwoman and third surf race) andMaddie Healey(second in surf race and third in Ironwoman).
Also in the u13s,beach relay team (Maddy D’Ombrain, Arnae McKillop, Julia Armstrong and Maddie Healey) finished third. Finally, in the u14s, top results were Jack Skinner(first in swim, board, Ironman, beach sprint and second in beach flags), Ben Crockett(third beach sprint),Dani Holt(first in Ironwoman,swim and board),Eilish Norwood(second in beach flags and beach sprint),Shallan Burton(third in beach sprint),Jamie Scott(fourth in board), as the beach relay (Jack Skinner, Ben Crockett, Eilish Norwood and Shallan Burton), swim team (Jack Skinner, Dani Holt, Jamie Scott and Ben Crockett) and board team (Dani Holt, Jamie Scott and Ben Crockett) all claimed first.
On top of all this success, Mollymook’s all age relayclaimed the gold medal, while theirmarch past team got silver. In the seniors, the 30+ mixed board relay team claimed gold, the all age relay three-person taplin secured bronze, the open board relay finished with the silver and u15s female board relay claimed silver.
Individually, medals went toAnthony Ireland (gold in 30-39 years board, gold in 30-39 ski and gold in 30-39 surf), Cheryl Garin (golf in 40-49 2km beach run), Simone Scott (gold in 40-49 flags, goid in 40-49 beach sprint and gold in 40-49 board) and Paul Burton (silver in 40-49 flags, silver in 40-49 board and gold in 40-49 ski). Others medals included Brett Crocket (bronze in 40-49 board and silver in 40-49 surf), Robert Scott (silver in 40-49 ski), Kevin Whitford (silver in 50+ beach sprint), Laveneder Gardam (bronze in openflags, bronze in u17s 2km beach run andgold in u17s flags), Adam Newey (gold in open flags, silver in open beach sprint, silver in u17s flags and gold in u17s beach sprint), Brock Scrivener (silver in open flags, bronze in open beach sprint, gold in u17s flags and silver in u17s beach sprint), Timothy Burgmann (silver in open flags and gold in open beach sprint), Lewis Betts (bronze in open surf), Eilish Norwood (gold in u15s beach sprint), Eadan Burton (gold in u15s board and bronze in u15s surf), Kyla Wall (silver in u15s board and bronze in u15s ironwoman), Chloe Scott (silver in u15s ironwoman and silver in u15s surf), Sam Zustovich (gold in u15s flags and silver in u15s beach sprint), Keeghan Norwood (gold in u15s beach sprint), Noah Hill (silver in u15s beach flags), Jordan Karakousis (bronze in u15s flags and bronze in u15s beach sprint), Brent Manning (bronze in u17s flags and bronze in u17s beach sprint).
Olivia Greenhalgh, Jacob Jones, Karla Jones, Callula Norwood,Stirlingand Eilish Norwoodhead to Swansea Belmontfor theNSWchamps this weekend.
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