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Ted Scott Marathon – All of Club

Wednesday, December 11th, 2019

The beach will be set up for var­i­ous swim and run legs for all our mem­bers from lit­tle Nip­pers through to Mas­ters.

Shhh… the big man in red may even make an appear­ance!

7.30 am – Reg­is­tra­tions from (youth, seniors and mas­ters)
8.45 am – Com­peti­tor brief­ing
9.00 am – Youth/Senior/Masters wave start (u14+)
9.15 am – u13 wave starts
9.22 am – u12 wave starts

There­after each remain­ing age group from u11s to u6s will start at 7 min incre­ments.

The marathon was intro­duced by the Clubs sec­ond pres­i­dent, Ted Scott in 1969 to chal­lenge the life­savers of the day to be able to save lives from any part of Mullaloo’s patrolling coast­line. Mul­laloo cur­rent­ly patrols from Whit­fords point to Ocean Reef mari­na, a dis­tance of 4.5 km’s. He cre­at­ed a marathon event which includ­ed a num­ber of run­ning and swim­ming sec­tions along the patrolling coast­line. Today the event has var­i­ous mod­i­fied dis­tances to cater for all our mem­bers from Nip­pers through to Mas­ters.

July Volunteers of the Month

Monday, August 5th, 2019

For July’s Vol­un­teer of the Month, spon­sored by ECU – School of Busi­ness & Law we recog­nise the efforts of Lau­rie de Mamiel, Enda Farn­ham and Nick Kane.

Lau­rie de Mamiel – pro­vid­ed team man­age­ment for each of the IRB car­ni­vals and also trav­elled with the team to IRB Aussies at his own cost to do the same. I know he organ­ised his work around each of these car­ni­vals to allow him to be there each time, his work was invalu­able to the team and their suc­cess.

Enda Farn­ham – is the silent man in the back­ground. He has done some amaz­ing handy­man work for the club over the recent months includ­ing putting up all the shelv­ing in the surf shop and stor­age areas and oth­er odds and ends required.

Nick Kane – has been coach­ing Ski Train­ing on a Tues­day morn­ing from 5:15am to 6:30am at Hillarys Mari­na. Nick has not missed 1 ses­sion this win­ter and is always there before the rest of us and is encour­ag­ing to all that attend. It’s dark, cold (once it was only 4 degrees) and wet, but ever-reli­able Nick is there with a pro­gram ready and at the end, all atten­dees feel as though it was all worth­while. Nick is a great Ski coach and relates real­ly well with the youth. Because of this, there is always a great turn out, usu­al­ly 8 to 10 pad­dlers. Thank you Nick.

Cancer Council Family Fundraiser

Tuesday, June 25th, 2019

It was absolute­ly fab­u­lous to see the Lounge so full of hap­py peo­ple on Fri­day night for the Can­cer Coun­cil Fam­i­ly Fundrais­er. Thank you to every­one who sup­port­ed this in any way, it made my role as organ­is­er so much eas­i­er.

The room looked great thanks to the set­up gang of Jack­ie Mar­tin, Chrissie Payne, Tanya Hon­or, Janine Cronk, Simone and Sarah Truter, Pen­ny Fort­mann, Julie Rap­ley and hope­ful­ly I’ve not missed any names.

The colour scheme may have seemed an inter­est­ing choice how­ev­er, it was based on the rib­bon colours that recog­nise dif­fer­ent can­cers. Around the walls were the images of the rib­bons with the laven­der bal­loon rep­re­sent­ing all can­cers and the plum bal­loon rep­re­sent­ing the car­ers, who play a vital role in sup­port­ing any­one going through any form of can­cer treat­ment.

The kids looked great with their faces paint­ed, thanks to Zara Mar­tin, Leah Mar­tin and Ava Bush­by. Amy Hon­or and Anni­ka Ras­mussen did a great job work­ing the room with jars of lol­lies and a sloth who went to a new home with the name M and M! Great to see our youth help­ing out.

Julie Rap­ley did a good job with pro­mot­ing the ‘rolling the coins at the bot­tles’ and mak­ing it a great spec­ta­tor sport!

Thank you to the chefs and to Tanya Hon­or, Simone Truter, Cindy de Bom­ford and Jack­ie Mar­tin for man­ag­ing the Dessert Bar – those affogatos were amaz­ing and the ice cream bar a bit of a hit!

The Mar­ket­ing team of Chrissie Payne and Simone Truter did an awe­some job of get­ting local busi­ness­es to donate raf­fle prizes, mem­bers were also very gen­er­ous with their dona­tions – who­ev­er thought that raf­fles could be such fun and gen­er­ate so much enthu­si­asm for buy­ing tick­ets! The Silent Auc­tion gave a sub­stan­tial boost to the funds, so thank you to those gen­er­ous bid­ders! A list of any­one who donat­ed any­thing will be dis­played by the bar. Janine Cronk, Deb Swan, Rosanne Ryan and Sandy Clarke had a busy time sell­ing all those tick­ets.

Trevor Bul­ley did a ster­ling job at the bar ably assist­ed by a num­ber of mem­bers who jumped in to help out, Trevor did his shift as a vol­un­teer as a con­tri­bu­tion to the event.

The music from Clau­dia and Chelsea was instru­men­tal in gen­er­at­ing the pos­i­tive vibe to the room and we are look­ing for­ward to hav­ing them back to play for us again in the future.

It was about rais­ing mon­ey for the Can­cer Coun­cil, how­ev­er, the night proved to be more than that. It was a great exam­ple of how well we pull togeth­er as a Club and have a great time in the process!

I would like to acknowl­edge an extreme­ly gen­er­ous anony­mous club mem­ber who has donat­ed to this cause.

We are proud to announce, that thanks to everyone’s generosity a total of $4,130 has been raised.

Dawn Jones

SLSWA Awards of Excellence 2019

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

Huge congratulations to our Club of which all of you, our members, have contributed for this amazing achievement – not a first place – but an admirable 2nd place in the LAVAN Club of the Year Award!

Congratulations to our winners:

  • Lyn Brosens, our Mem­ber­ship Man­ag­er who took out the Admin­is­tra­tor of the Year award;
  • Tony Green­field, our GM Oper­a­tions who won Sup­port Oper­a­tions Vol­un­teer of the Year award;
  • Sandy Clarke, our Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Man­ag­er, win­ner of SLSWA Offi­cial of the Year.

Thanks also to our youth mem­bers, Sophie Mills and Will Ket­ter­ing­ham for their assis­tance with pre­sent­ing the tro­phies on the night.

We also con­grat­u­late our final­ists, who on the night may not have been win­ners, but tru­ly deserve the recog­ni­tion and appre­ci­a­tion in their respec­tive cat­e­gories.

  • AGL Life­saver of the Year – Josh Bull and Car­lo Tenaglia
  • Asses­sor of the Year – Mark Hills
  • Bernie Kel­ly Medal – Soraya Lee
  • Offi­cial of the Year – Aman­da Lee and Vic­ki Ras­mussen
  • Youth Vol­un­teer of the Year – Corey Bar­tle and Anni­ka Ras­mussen
  • Patrol Club of the Year – Mul­laloo SLSC

For a full list of win­ners click here.

Aussies 2020 Assault — Fundraising

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

Aussies 2020 Assault – Fundraising Working Group…

Are look­ing for inter­est­ing, fun, engag­ing and enjoy­able input and ideas on fundrais­ing activ­i­ties.

Large or small, indoor or out­door, active or pas­sive, cul­tur­al and arty or down­right Aussie, we will take them all and see how they can be built into the fundrais­ing dri­ve for The Aussies 2020.

We have the usu­al favourites on the list but write them down first and then dig deep into the grey mat­ter for the dif­fer­ent ideas you have been involved with or have expe­ri­enced. Every idea will be tabled!

Who do you know that we could approach to help us in rais­ing funds, sup­port­ing these efforts with prod­ucts or ser­vices?

Only a small win­dow to get your ideas in and seen by the Work­ing Group, please email them by Mon­day 17 June.

AAA Education and Surf Sports Awards Wrap

Wednesday, May 29th, 2019

We have had an awe­some sea­son. The AAA (Attain, Achieve and Acknowl­edge) and Surf Sports Award evening was a great suc­cess and recog­nised the true ded­i­ca­tion of its mem­bers. The evening cel­e­brat­ed all things edu­ca­tion­al acknowl­edg­ing the great work that the train­ers and asses­sors have achieved over the last sea­son. Our newest Bronzies were in atten­dance tak­ing our new Bronze Medal­lion mem­bers for the 2018/19 sea­son to 73. Gle­nis Pear­son has to be recog­nised as Mullaloo’s old­est recip­i­ent of the award. At 67 years young Gle­nis has set the stan­dard for us all!!!

The evening was also a per­fect oppor­tu­ni­ty to acknowl­edge those mem­bers who have patrolled for many years. The ded­i­ca­tion our mem­bers have to patrolling our beach and keep­ing it safe was recog­nised.

Surf Sports GM, Neil Forbes recog­nised the healthy pas­sion and ded­i­ca­tion our mem­bers have towards com­pe­ti­tion. Tro­phies were award­ed to Club Cham­pi­ons, Best at States 2019 (indi­vid­ual and teams) and most improved. Over­all the evening was a suc­cess and a great oppor­tu­ni­ty for our mem­bers to come togeth­er and cel­e­brate.

Any mem­bers who have gained an award in the 2017/18 and 2018/19 sea­son and not col­lect­ed their award please con­tact the office. Your cer­tifi­cate and in some cas­es medal­lions are wait­ing for col­lec­tion.

2019 Club Annual Dinner and Awards Night

Wednesday, May 15th, 2019

What a fan­tas­tic night the Club cel­e­brat­ed on Sat­ur­day 11 May. Huge Thank you to Dawn Jones and the socialites group along with a host of mem­bers who helped with the prepa­ra­tion in the lead-up to the event, set up and pack up.

We thank all our Life Mem­bers who attend­ed the evening – Dave Cronk, Mark Hills, Aman­da Lee, Ali­son Ger­ard, Mark Cleary and Jeff David­son, whom all wel­comed in our newest Life Mem­ber Kevin Fettes (pic­tured right).

Thank you Hon Albert and Cecylia Jacob, Coun­cil­lor Nige Jones and wife Sharon, Coun­cil­lor Philip­pa Tay­lor, Ms Emi­ly Hamil­ton and David Hig­gin­both­am and Ian Good­e­nough for attend­ing our event.

Thank you to all our Spon­sors – City of Joon­dalup, Edith Cow­an Uni­ver­si­ty School of Busi­ness and Law, Chan­nel Nine, Lot­tery­West, Boost Juice Bars Whit­ford City, Greg Kelle­her Homes, Finz, Lloyds Reg­is­ter and Fresh Fron­tier Co for all your sup­port over the 2018/19 sea­son.

Thanks to our part­ner Swell Mul­laloo Beach, with Olivi­er and his team for the scrump­tious buf­fet meal we enjoyed on the night.

Thanks to Jeff David­son for man­ning the mic on the night and sus­pi­cial­ly on time!! Thanks to Julie Rap­ley for pro­vid­ing the sup­port with tro­phies along with the prepa­ra­tions for the event. Great table bou­quets set up by Pen­ny Fort­mann. The bal­loon dis­plays were the per­fect touch of colour, thanks Tanya Hon­or of Sun­shine Bal­loons. Thanks to our vol­un­teer bar staff for the evening, Jacqui and Rob McGre­gor, Cal McCabe, Mandy Brooks and Trevor Bul­ley. Thanks to Nathan Pieters from Liquor Barons Ocean Reef for the gen­er­ous dona­tion of sparkling wel­come drink and red and white wines for each table.



(view the PDF pre­sen­ta­tion for all nom­i­nees as well as recip­i­ents):

Life Mem­ber­ship: Kevin Fettes

20 Year Nation­al Patrol Ser­vice: Kay Smith
20 Year Nation­al Patrol Ser­vice: Nick Iel­lamo

20 Year Assess­ing Ser­vice: Mark Hills
25 Year Assess­ing Ser­vice: Anne-Marie Wider­man­s­ki

Nip­per Activ­i­ties Vol­un­teer of the Year: Nik­ki Brown
Admin­is­tra­tor of the Year: Lyn Brosens

Train­er of the Year: Jude Har­low
Asses­sor of the Year: Mark Hills
IRB Per­son of the Year: Todd Bar­tle

Com­pe­ti­tion Offi­cial of the Year: Dawn Jones
Coach of the Year: Carl Mills
Team of the Year: IRB Female Mass Res­cue, Ash­lyn Bul­ley and Sien­na Lip­scombe

Aussies Final­ists: Aaron Gigney, Ash­lyn Bul­ley, Ayden Bar­tle, Caleb Mills, Cameron Rap­ley, Edie Bush­by, Josh Cook, Michael Hall, Neve MacLeod, Rochelle Villemin, Sien­na Lip­scombe, Sophie Mills, Soraya Lee, Todd Bar­tle and Tyler Nuku.

World Final­ists: 4th – 180s Female Surf Boat Crew, Sandy Clarke, Rachel Greene, Rachel Kre­mer,  Tama­ra Yujnovich, Stu­art Clarke (sweep)

World Medal­lists: BRONZE – 200s Male Surf Boat Crew, Mar­tin Fisk, Stu­art Clarke, Tim Buy­tels, Edgar Coel­lo, Steve Part (sweep)

Young Ath­lete of the Year: Leah Mar­tin
Ath­lete of the Year: Soraya Lee

Young Life­saver of the Year: Carter Smith
Life­saver of the Year: Josh Bull

Patrol of the Year:

Patrol Cap­tain – Phill Dee
Vice Cap­tain – Ava Bush­by
Vice Cap­tain – Helen O’Brien
IRB Dri­ver – Todd Bar­tle
IRB Crew – Sefton Upton
IRB Crew – Mar­tin Kennedy
ART – Joe McGuin­ness
ART – Ross Thorne
First Aid – Chris Stone
Drone Oper­a­tor – Gor­don McCabe
Bronze Medal­lion – Simon Gid­ley
Bronze Medal­lion – Carter Smith
Bronze Medal­lion – Anni­ka Ras­mussen
Bronze Medal­lion – Chris Wheel­er
Surf Res­cue Cert. – Edie Bush­by
Surf Res­cue Cert. – Lachy MacLeod
Surf Res­cue Cert. – Tony O’Brien
Surf Res­cue Cert. – Jack Prideux

Top 5 Patrol Hours of the Year:

Includes water safe­ty hours
188.25  Nat God­win
94.75    Carter Smith
89.27    Phill Dee
78.97    Jacque­line McGre­gor
76.5      Will Ket­ter­ing­ham
Excludes water safe­ty hours
160.25  Nat God­win
94.75    Carter Smith
89.27    Phill Dee
67.5      Jacque­line McGre­gor
65.75    Alex Upston

Young Achiev­er of the Year: Anni­ka Ras­mussen
President’s Award: Chrissie Payne
Club Per­son of the Year: Cameron Rap­ley

Youth Survivor Wind Up

Sunday, April 14th, 2019

Our ‘tribes’ had to make up a tribe name using the 17 let­ters of MULLALOOSLSCYOUTH, then paint their flag and don their war paint ready for chal­lenges such as: “I’m Hun­gry” dis­gust­ing food chal­lenge where they were asked to eat Ana­con­das Eye­balls and oth­er fun treats; “Slip­pery when wet” fill­ing up a con­tain­er using just a spoon; “Don’t Bug Me” fish­ing bugs out of jel­ly with their feet and oth­er excit­ing stuff!

Thanks to the par­ents who helped with the burg­er prepa­ra­tion to feed our starv­ing sur­vivors. Well done to our tribes!

Shout out to Aman­da Lee for organ­is­ing our Youth Sur­vivor Wind Up!

NEW — The Mullaloo TIDES

Thursday, November 29th, 2018

New Activity Session on Offer

“The Mullaloo T.I.D.E.S.”

Thirty’s & over Into Doing Everything Surf

Free for All Mem­bers Old & New

Come work on your own fit­ness, meet new and old friends, laugh at your­self and with oth­ers. Have a go at surf Club based activ­i­ties – swim run pad­dle – in a fun envi­ron­ment.

When:    Sun­days: before Club Day: (Points Days exclud­ed).

START:  7.30 am

FINISH:  after a drink & clear­ing away of gear we fin­ish with the club swim

Stay on if you can:

Join in with Senior Club Day activ­i­ties or a spe­cial swim devel­op­ment ses­sion.

Where: On beach in front of white buoys

What to bring:

  • A Smile and a have a go atti­tude;
  • Bathers, cap, gog­gles, some­thing to pad­dle – boo­gie board, surf-ski, board, SUP …

Toss a coin to choose who comes to “T.I.D.E.S.” each week and who gets to bring the kids down for Club day.

Spread the fun and enjoy­ment around so more of us can have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to give it a go at surf club and not just let the kids have all the fun!

Dave Wilson Kahuna success!

Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

Last year saw the sad pass­ing of a friend to all and Life Mem­ber of the Club, Dave (Wil­low) Wil­son. To hon­our Dave and to share his love of the fun and friend­ship that was the hall­mark of his expe­ri­ence of surf life sav­ing, the ‘Dave Wil­son Kahu­na’ was cre­at­ed. The event on Sat­ur­day 10 Novem­ber was the 2nd time the event was held.

The event is designed as non-com­pet­i­tive, fun and friend­ly and was again enjoyed by a large num­ber of par­tic­i­pants from the U15’s thru to mas­ters. Thank you to Dave’s wife, Yvonne, who attend­ed the event.

Shout out to every­one who assist­ed and allow for The spir­it of fun, friend­ship and par­tic­i­pa­tion to live on…”

The course!

DWK Competition Map

Check out some of the action in our Smug­Mug image port­fo­lio HERE!