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Stanwell Park Carnival
Saturday 2nd November Helensburgh Stanwell Park SLSC hosted
a very successful junior and senior carnival.
of the day went to Luke Taylor from the Helensburgh Stanwell
Park Club. Whilst coming 3rd last in the board leg of the
U/11 Ironman he paddled onto a monster. Luke described the
moment "I could hear my age manager Chris Crilley scream,
we always have big waves at our beach and I was so excited
to catch a big one. Everyone on the beach was cheering"
Go Luke! The wave carried Luke straight through to 2nd place
at the end of the board leg. He finished the event a proud
4th place. Well done Luke.
above shows Luke Taylor running up the beach to the cheers
Saver Appeal Day was held on November 9. Surf Life Saving
Clubs in the Illawarra raised over $40,000.
Island Ski & Surf Boat Marathon
the 10th of November saw the inaugural running of the Toothbrush
Island Ski and Surf Boat Marathon. Corrimal SLSC did a great
job of organising the event. Jeff Venning co-ordinated the
widespread water safety and whale watch operation. The open
section was won by Bulli crew:Fred Smeaton, Anthony Meades,
Aaron Davis, Lachlan W. and Paul Jones. Corrimal's womens
crew of Belinda Dunn, Alicia Dunn, Nicola Dunn, Kellie Maitland
and Tony Cartwright carved up their opposition and the only
U19 crew in the event Coledale did a commendable job in completing
NSW Car Raffle
Hagan from Sandon Point SLSC purchased the winning ticket.
He intends giving the car to his daughter.
Editions of Life Saving News
No.1 , No.2 , No.3
news and information can be found at our website www.illawarrasurf.com
Bowls South Coast Boat Series
hosted the first round at Thirroul beach and Illawarra boat
crews performed well.
division winners at each carnival receive cash prizes of $200
for the Opens and $100 for all other divisions. Their is a
lucky draw prize of a sweep oar and Bermagui took it home
this time. The series has 85 crews entered so far with a number
of crews coming in later in the season. Organisers are extremely
greatful for the job done by Les Nichols and Don Allan in
laying the course, dragging the crews out of the break all
day and then packing the course up in the afternoon while
everyone else went off to Beaches for the presentation.
above put in a mighty performance to finish 2nd behind Austinmer
Blue in the opens. Corrimal won the reserves ahead of Bulli
Maroon and Coledale. Batemans Bay won the womens ahead of
Corrimal Black with Moruya taking out the U/21s and Broulee
Surfers the U/19s. The next round is at Mollymook on Sat 7th
U/23 Team to Europe
Freeman, Kristie Lee Ogilvie and Geraldine Miller (Coach)
departed on the 16th November for Europe for the German Cup.
They will be away competing for Australia for 2 weeks and
we wish them all the best.
Bowling at Northern Bowl Friday 6th December 7.30pm
Rookie Camp 18th & 19th January. Details coming.
3. First Aid competition Sat 15th February at Corrimal SLSC.
4. Day at Cataract Park Sat 5th April.
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meeting 7.15 p.m. Friday 29th November
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