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Fantastic Volunteer Opportunities currently available, all that’s missing is YOU!

Wednesday, July 1st, 2020

The fol­low­ing Gen­er­al Man­ag­er and Man­ag­er posi­tions are vacant for the upcom­ing sea­son:-

  • Gen­er­al Man­ag­er Devel­op­ment – To over­see our largest groups being Nip­pers, Youth and Mem­ber­ship
  • Gen­er­al Man­ag­er Facil­i­ties – To over­see our build­ing, bar and lounge
  • Gen­er­al Man­ag­er Surf Sports – Enthu­si­as­tic sports ori­en­tat­ed mem­ber to shape and mold the clubs activ­i­ties in the Surf Sports are­na going into the future. The require­ments of the posi­tion are a pas­sion for surf sports and a com­mit­ment to the won­der­ful com­peti­tors of Mul­laloo SLSC
  • Man­ag­er Coach­ing – Ensur­ing all our com­peti­tors have suit­able coach­es and our coach­es are sup­port­ed
  • Man­ag­er Events – Lead­ing with the coor­di­na­tion for any beach events at the Club
  • Man­ag­er Facil­i­ties – To assist the GM Facil­i­ties
  • Man­ag­er Wood­side Nip­pers – Act­ing as the cen­tral point for all things Nip­pers
  • Man­ag­er Spon­sor­ship – Liais­ing with our spon­sors and find­ing new ones
  • Water Safe­ty Coor­di­na­tor – That all-impor­tant role on a Sun­day morn­ing, coor­di­nat­ing water safe­ty to ensure our Nip­pers are safe
  • Man­ag­er Youth – To guide our Youth activ­i­ties
  • Man­ag­er Com­mu­ni­ca­tions – to keep our mem­bers informed

None of these roles need to be oner­ous and the Man­ag­er posi­tions can be achieved as a job share.

Please com­plete the form below before Fri­day 17 July.

  • Please pro­vide a brief descrip­tion of your back­ground and expe­ri­ence rel­e­vant to this posi­tion.
  • This field is for val­i­da­tion pur­pos­es and should be left unchanged.

2020 Annual Club Awards

Wednesday, May 20th, 2020

The Nominees are.….….

Award Club Per­son of the Year Nip­per Activ­i­ties Vol­un­teer
of the Year
Train­er of the Year Asses­sor of the Year IRB Life­saver of the Year
Pam Bubzy­c­ki
Pen­ny Fort­mann
Mark Hills
Tanya Hon­or
Julie Rap­ley
Car­lo Tenaglia
Paul Brier­ley
Louis Cheese­man
Luke Eliot
Pen­ny Fort­mann
Julie Rap­ley
Todd Bar­tle
Bernie Flint
Simon Gid­ley
Sandy Clarke
Mark Hills
Jacqui McGre­gor
Todd Bar­tle
Roger Greg­son
Jacqui McGre­gor
Car­lo Tenaglia


Award Life­saver of the Year Young Life­saver of the Year Young Achiev­er of the Year Coach of the Year
Nick Iel­lamo
Lau­rie de Mamiel
Car­lo Tenaglia
Jen­ni Wood
Mol­ly Bean
Ellie Black
Ava Bush­by
Will Ket­ter­ing­ham
Ava Bush­by
Corey Bar­tle
Soraya Lee
Anni­ka Ras­mussen
Max Smith
Paul Brier­ley
Mark Don­nel­ly
Pen­ny Fort­mann
Nick Kane
Carl Mills
Cameron Rap­ley

Oth­er Awards to be Pre­sent­ed include:

  • President/Board Award
  • Offi­cial of the Year
  • Team of the Year — IRB Dri­ver
  • Team of the Year — IRB Crew
  • Top 5 Patrol Hours
  • Patrol of the Year
  • Young Train­er of the Year
  • Admin­is­tra­tor of the Year
  • Young Ath­lete of the Year
  • Ath­lete of the Year
  • Pool Res­cue Team

Strategic Plan Launch

Wednesday, May 13th, 2020

The Club’s Board of Direc­tors are pleased to launch the Club’s new Strate­gic Plan 2020 to 2024.

As was report­ed in the 2018/19 Annu­al Report, the Plan has under­gone sig­nif­i­cant review and con­sul­ta­tion over the last 12 months, includ­ing a club mem­bers sur­vey, sam­ple inter­views, advice from Life Mem­bers and input from man­agers.  The Board would like to acknowl­edge the efforts of Vic­ki Ras­mussen and Andy Jones with the sup­port of con­sul­tant Tanya Hund­loe of Social Mon­ey Solu­tions in draft­ing the Plan.

The new Strate­gic Plan:
• Builds on the work of pre­vi­ous Boards
• Con­sid­ered the chang­ing envi­ron­ment, espe­cial­ly the Club’s finan­cial mod­el
• Tracked progress towards the ‘One Club’ theme, Dri­ving Sus­tain­able Oper­a­tions, Finan­cial Via­bil­i­ty, Grow­ing Rela­tion­ships and Deliv­er­ing Ser­vices

The result of this review is a new five-year Strate­gic Plan, which acknowl­edges that the Club’s core busi­ness is life­sav­ing ser­vices on the beach with a goal of ‘no loss of life’. Accord­ing­ly, the Plan out­lines the devel­op­ment and sup­port of mul­ti­ple aspects of the Club that con­tribute to life­sav­ing.

The new Strate­gic Plan address­es our ‘One Club’ goal by aim­ing to enhance the mem­ber expe­ri­ence. It also aims to improve life­sav­ing ser­vices by devel­op­ing the skills and edu­cat­ing our life­savers, through a strong and sus­tain­able organ­i­sa­tion. This Strate­gic Plan includes ongo­ing and new pri­or­i­ties in line with the Club’s cur­rent and fore­cast­ed posi­tion, as well as sug­gest­ed objec­tives, actions, tar­gets and mea­sures. It acknowl­edges Surf Life Sav­ing Aus­tralia and Surf Life Sav­ing WA’s cur­rent strate­gic plans and will be reviewed against these dur­ing the peri­od 2019 – 2024.

Click here for the Sum­ma­ry ver­sion of the Strate­gic Plan. A full ver­sion of the Strate­gic Plan will be avail­able through your SLSA Mem­bers Area soon.

Westfield Local Heroes — Dara Mills Nominated!

Wednesday, May 13th, 2020

I am sure you will all be proud to know that Dara Mills has been nom­i­nat­ed as a West­field Local Hero for her tire­less work with the Surf Club as a life­saver and her inte­gral part in help­ing to make sure that every­one has fair access to the beach.

Fol­low­ing a per­son­al expe­ri­ence with a local man who had been involved in a car acci­dent and was now wheel­chair bound, and could no longer swim as he often used to do because of lack of access, she was deter­mined to get a path­way to the ocean so every­one could come to the beach, when­ev­er they liked. The pure joy of see­ing some­one being able to expe­ri­ence the nat­ur­al won­ders of the beach again pushed Dara to make sure the club could get fund­ing for the Beach Access Mat.

Dara set off on a jour­ney of sem­i­nars, research, count­less emails, phone con­ver­sa­tions and meet­ing the most amaz­ing, inspi­ra­tional peo­ple. Peo­ple who faced adver­si­ties every day, in doing things that we take for grant­ed.

The path­way has been a huge suc­cess and the feed­back from the com­mu­ni­ty has been amaz­ing. The path­way is for every­one, young, old, of all vary­ing degrees of mobil­i­ty and rep­re­sents what true inclu­siv­i­ty in our com­mu­ni­ty means.

We are proud of every­thing you have achieved Dara and wish you well in the selec­tion process.

As soon as the vot­ing opens, we will let you know!

Message from the President

Tuesday, April 7th, 2020

Dear Mem­bers,

Nor­mal­ly at this time of year we would have fin­ished all the State Cham­pi­onships, be cel­e­brat­ing our vic­to­ries, and be get­ting ready for Aussies. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, that hasn’t been the case and our lives have become so dif­fer­ent to what we’ve been used to.

To our Wood­side Nip­pers, what an amaz­ing bunch you are, and I real­ly hope you had a great deal of fun, learn­ing new skills on our beach this sea­son. We have decid­ed to put on hold what we had in mind for an end of sea­son event and will aim to do it at the start of next sea­son. Have a well-earned break over win­ter and we look for­ward to wel­com­ing you back for anoth­er year in Octo­ber!

To our Com­peti­tors; you trained hard all year and put your­selves in the best place pos­si­ble to demon­strate your skills at the final events of the year. This was not wast­ed, you showed what you are capa­ble of. Keep train­ing, set your goals high­er for next year and push your­self to exceed them.

I’d like to extend a heart­felt thank you to all our mem­bers who have lis­tened to and accept­ed some very harsh and rapid changes to our Club. To those still spend­ing time around the Club, exer­cis­ing, or per­form­ing patrol duties, thank you, as well for keep­ing our spir­it alive. The Board, Exec­u­tive and Man­age­ment Teams are still work­ing, albeit vir­tu­al­ly, to ensure the Club keeps tick­ing along, and of course Karen and Jen are still avail­able to answer queries.

Next month we had our Annu­al Din­ner sched­uled along with our AAA Awards night which have both had to be post­poned. Nev­er­the­less, we are still tak­ing nom­i­na­tions for some of the awards (please nom­i­nate mem­bers for their out­stand­ing achieve­ments) that would have been hand­ed out that night as we still want to recog­nise those who have done won­der­ful things for the Club. How we present those awards and the process we will fol­low is yet to be decid­ed, but we will ensure the team behind the scenes con­tin­ues work­ing to achieve some­thing.

As you may have seen and as detailed in the newslet­ter, Nick our Man­ag­er of Life­sav­ing has made the dif­fi­cult deci­sion to cease Club patrols for the East­er week­end onwards. Over the course of the sea­son we have pro­duced some incred­i­ble sta­tis­tics and that is thanks to all those patrolling and pro­vid­ing water safe­ty – you kept our beach safe!

We have made the deci­sion to leave the com­pe­ti­tion shed open to mem­bers for the time being to access their equip­ment. We expect mem­bers to fol­low social dis­tanc­ing prac­tices and to ensure these areas are not used as a chang­ing area or for com­mu­nal gath­er­ings. If it is report­ed these restric­tions are not being adhered to, we will be forced to revoke access.

We move into unknown ter­ri­to­ries, but we should not let that get us down. One day soon we will be back at the Club as a fam­i­ly, enjoy­ing our won­der­ful beach and adja­cent facil­i­ties. We’ll con­tin­ue to serve the com­mu­ni­ty with our out­stand­ing patrol ser­vices, and we’ll pro­vide life­long skills to you, our amaz­ing mem­bers.

I hope you all enjoy a fan­tas­tic East­er week­end with your fam­i­lies, hope­ful­ly in a more recon­nect­ing way. I’m sure I’ll see some of you at the beach, but please ensure you fol­low the social dis­tanc­ing guide­lines – the last thing we’d want is for our beach­es to be closed!

Take care, look out for your­selves and each oth­er, stay safe and see you soon.

Alis­tair Cook
Pres­i­dent, Mul­laloo SLSC

Wrap up of St Patrick’s Day

Tuesday, March 17th, 2020

WOW.… What an INCREDIBLE night we had on Fri­day, cel­e­brat­ing St Patrick’s Day!

We had a night jam packed full of enter­tain­ment for all our club mem­bers. Face­paint­ing, Tat­toos, Green Hair­spray, Braid­ing, Colour­ing, Irish Dancers & an awe­some Live Irish Band, Cra­ic n On!

We were all very excit­ed to be get­ting our Irish on and don­ning the icon­ic green cloth­ing to cel­e­brate.

Cindy & Jack­ie spent most of the day cook­ing a hearty Irish Stew which sold out very quick­ly. A huge thank you to Fresh Fron­tier who spon­sored the event and pro­vid­ed all the veg­eta­bles for the Mash, Cab­bage and Stew. We even had the Love­ly Emma vol­un­teer to bake 2 loaves of Irish Bread to go with the stew.

The Irish Dancers were AMAZING, every­one was mes­merised with their rou­tines, espe­cial­ly the wood­en board one which ampli­fied the sound of the Irish step dance.

We had one of our best raf­fles yet, with some fan­tas­tic prizes includ­ing a Pad­dy Box, and a $50 vouch­er for The Gal­way Hook­er, an Irish Pub in Scar­bor­ough.

The night cer­tain­ly got into full swing (maybe the Gui­ness was kick­ing in!)  as the last 2 hours of the night saw some inter­ac­tive danc­ing with the WHOLE club. Every man, woman and child was on the dance­floor hav­ing the best time ever.

The live Irish Band, Cra­ic n On had cer­tain­ly cre­at­ed an elec­tric atmos­phere and one of the best nights the club has had in a long time.

I can’t wait for St Patricks Day next year 😉

A mas­sive thank you as always to the social events team who always give up so much of their time to help out and make these events a FANTASTIC suc­cess:

Jack­ie, Cindy, Pen­ny, Pat­ty, Kay, Mandy, Marni, Don­na, Helen & Simone. 

And our younger team mem­bers:

Zara, Danielle, Aimee, Sophie, Leah, Jen, Sarah & Amber. 

*  The group of girls per­formed for our club for free with the hope of hav­ing a whip around at the end to help fundraise for a high per­for­mance coach to help  them train at an elite lev­el.   Sad­ly at the time of their per­for­mance, num­bers were low , so they did not raise much mon­ey. If you would like to make a con­tri­bu­tion then please let Tanya know by email to 

Tanya Hon­or

Little Nippers Champs

Wednesday, March 11th, 2020

U8 girls flags — Gold Medal­ist and State Champ — Han­nah Wol­marans had a lit­tle bit of luck in the 3rd semi and then smashed them to take the gold, it was amaz­ing to watch.

U8 girls sprints — Dar­cie Ben­nett made the final

U8 girls swim — Rebekah Hendy made the final

U8 girls board — Jas­mine Thomp­son 4th, Ada Heaton 7th and Sky­lar White­head 9th

All our girls made it through the first round with a lot pro­gress­ing through to the semi finals in every event. With more than 100 girls com­pet­ing, this is such a fan­tas­tic effort.


U8 boys flags — Nathaniel Leeks was our best com­peti­tor mak­ing the top 8, falling just short of mak­ing the finals. James Lee made the top 16

U8 boys sprints — James Fair­head took out 5th place against some real­ly quick com­peti­tors.

U8 boys swim — Ryan Cavanagh placed 13th

U8 boys board — Ryan Cavanagh 7th and James Lee 13th

Again there were 96 com­peti­tors in the boys and it was such a mas­sive achieve­ment for all of them.

For all our nip­pers it was a huge day and such a great car­ni­val, some absolute­ly out­stand­ing sin­gle achieve­ments and the sup­port shown for each oth­er was a great rep­re­sen­ta­tion of our club.

Spe­cial men­tion to Jack Colan­ge­lo who showed a nev­er give up atti­tude in the flags after miss­ing the start and almost fought his way back into mak­ing the next round, well done Jack you are a win­ner in my eyes.

UNDER  9’s

The Under 9’s had an awe­some day at Sor­ren­to for the state cham­pi­onships on Sun­day! We had some real­ly great results and the Mul­laloo com­radery was absolute­ly won­der­ful to see with all the kids cheer­ing on the kids who had pro­gressed to the next heats.

Mov­ing for­ward next year we will need to get some­one to record the detailed results, because as AGM I’m always too busy rac­ing around like a head­less chook with boards and loads of kids etc. Please feel free to let me know more results, but from mem­o­ry Zariya Yearn got 7th in the final of sprints, Ben Chad­der­ton got 8th in the final for boards with Liam Bar­row­clough get­ting a Bronze Medal, he was about 3 board lengths ahead in his semi final of the sec­ond place pad­dler but he got blocked out at the cans in his final and almost snuck around to snatch 2nd. He killed it in the swim and is the under 9 State Cham­pi­on with a Gold Medal.

All the kids did so well and we are all super proud of their efforts. This was the first car­ni­val this year where heats and semi­fi­nals were run so kids had to com­pete 2, 3 or 4 times in each event to make it to the final. As the kids move up to under 10’s next year, this is how all our car­ni­vals will run.

Ryan Stephen­son (U8 AGM) & James Breed (U9 AGM)

Click here for SLSWA’s wrap.
Click here for more pho­tos

Congrats to our ECU February Volunteers of the Month

Sunday, March 8th, 2020

Con­grat­u­la­tions to our Feb­ru­ary Vol­un­teers of the Month:

Eva Opiela and her amaz­ing fam­i­ly of Antho­ny, Amelia and Ben­jamin Rowe for run­ning the sausage siz­zle every week. They are at the Club every Sun­day by 6:30am and then don’t leave till after 12 noon mak­ing sure every­thing is set up, runs smooth­ly and then packed up at the end. Eva also is the one that man­ages and places all the orders for every­thing that is required and picks it all up and deliv­ers it to the club.

Jacqui McGre­gor who as well as giv­ing up her very lit­tle free time for Mul­laloo she is heav­i­ly involved with the train­ing of Yanchep SLSC mem­bers. Her work around Mul­laloo events, patrols and Sun­day club day setups are leg­end sta­tus.

Chae­nae Brookes and Court­ney Fyfe have tak­en the under 13 boys for the last few sea­sons, and they give up their Sun­day morn­ings and some­times Sat­ur­days as well to try to reign in this row­dy group of old­er boys and deal with their par­ents! They turn up to car­ni­vals after cel­e­brat­ing their own 21st birth­days the night before even! Not many 21 year-olds would be giv­ing our 12-year-old boys that much of their time and ener­gy.

Tracey Cox for her pas­sion and ener­gy and great sup­port to the Fundrais­ing team and the Social Com­mit­tee. Tracey has worked tire­less­ly with Tanya Hon­or to ensure that the recent social events at the club have been the suc­cess they have been. She was relent­less in track­ing down fan­tas­tic dona­tions to help sup­port the Bush­fire Appeal — allow­ing us to raise the amaz­ing $14K we did!

Hazel Foley recog­nised for her amaz­ing inia­tive mak­ing bracelets rep­re­sent­ing each of the surf clubs attend­ing the State Nip­per Qual­i­fiers, rais­ing a fan­tas­tic $208 for the Club.


Small Contingent of Fearless Masters yield Awesome Results

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

Con­grat­u­la­tions to our Mighty Mul­laloo Mas­ters who fin­ished an over­all 2nd at the 2020 Sun­smart WA Mas­ters Cham­pi­onships at Den­mark. Sea­soned com­peti­tors encour­aged first timers in a spir­it of fun and cama­raderie. In the words of chief Mas­ters organ­is­er Jen­ny Orme “Con­grat­u­la­tions to our vir­gin Mas­ters who gave it a go and came away with a medal and a grin on their face.”

Spe­cial thanks to Jen­ny Orme who effi­cient­ly organ­ised com­peti­tors and teams with the invalu­able assis­tance of the expe­ri­enced and dili­gent Dawn Jones. Heart­felt thanks to team pho­tog­ra­ph­er Julia Greg­son – who cap­tured some incred­i­ble action shots.

Thanks also to Team Man­agers – Richard Orme, Jeff and Ali Bak­er and the amaz­ing offi­cials Jes­per and Anni­ka Ras­mussen, Corey Bar­tle and Sandy Clarke. Many thanks to the “Trail­er Boys” Bren­ton Rose and Troy Baird – who towed the gear trail­er and erect­ed tents before their com­pe­ti­tion. Also many thanks to rep­re­sen­ta­tives from the IRB crew – Julie and Cameron Rap­leyTodd and Glynne Bar­tle, Edgar Coel­lo, Clay Miller, Josh Bull and Aron Cook for help with set up.

Final­ly Jen­ny Orme wish­es to express her thanks to “coach of elite ath­letes – Nick Kane” and  sin­cere thanks to all our oth­er club coach­es.

Now to recap the incred­i­ble results……

Start­ing with the Women’s Indi­vid­ual Results:

Kay Smith 70+ 1 km beach run Gold
  70+ Beach Flags Bronze
Jen­ny Orme 60 – 64 sin­gle ski Gold
  60–64 board race Gold
  60–64 surf race Gold
  55–59Iironwoman Sil­ver
  60–64 1km beach race Sil­ver
Sarah Greg­son 50–54 Iron­woman Bronze
  50–54 Sin­gle Ski Sil­ver
Pam Bubrzy­c­ki 50–54 Iron­woman Sil­ver
  50–54 Sin­gle Ski Gold
Aman­da Davies 50–54 Beach Flags Sil­ver
  50–54 2km Beach Run Sil­ver
  50–54    Beach Sprints Bronze
Tanya Hon­or 40–44 Beach Flags Sil­ver
Helen Gigney 55–59 Beach Flags Bronze
  55–59 2km Beach Run Gold
  55–59 Beach Sprint Gold

Sarah Gregson’s high­light was the indi­vid­ual ski race where Pam fin­ished with Gold and Sarah with Sil­ver. Sarah said “waves were humungous and the fin­ish was absolute car­nage but Pam and I remem­bered our train­ing and retrieved our skis to fin­ish through the fin­ish line in con­trol of our craft”.

Women’s Team Events yield­ed more impres­sive results:

Pam Bubrzy­c­ki, Sarah Greg­son & Jen­ny Orme 150 min Taplin Relay (Dream Team) Gold
Pam Bubrzy­c­ki & Jen­ny Orme Female Dou­ble Ski Gold
Pam Bubrzy­c­ki, Jen­ny Orme & Sarah Greg­son 150+ Ski Relay Sil­ver
Aman­da Davies, Helen Gigney, Tanya Hon­or & Kay Smith 200 min Beach Relay Sil­ver

Equal­ly impres­sive Men’s Indi­vid­ual Results

Mike Bubrzy­c­ki 55–59 Surf Race Sil­ver
Paul Ben­nett 65–69 Sin­gle Ski Bronze
  1km Beach Run Sil­ver
Conan Mil­lar 35–39 Beach Flags Sil­ver
  35–39 Beach Sprints Sil­ver
Alis­tair Cook 45–49 Beach Flags Sil­ver
  45–49 Beach Sprint Gold
Todd Bar­tle 45–49 Beach Flags Gold
  45–49 Beach Sprint Bronze
Troy Baird 40–44 Surf Race Bronze
  40–44 Iron­man Sil­ver

 Men’s Team Event Results:

Troy Baird, Paul Brier­ley & Bren­ton Rose 110 Male Board Relay Bronze
Troy Baird, Paul Brier­ley, Bren­ton Rose 130 Sin­gle Ski Relay Sil­ver
Troy Baird Paul Brier­ley & Bren­ton Rose 110 Surf Race Sil­ver
Troy Baird, Paul Brier­ley, & Bren­ton Rose 130 Taplin Race Bronze
Robert Bar­ton, Paul Ben­nett & Mike Bubrzy­c­ki 170 min Ski Relay Bronze
Troy Baird & Bren­ton Rose 40–44 Board Res­cue Gold
Troy Barid & Bren­ton  Rose 40–44 Dou­ble Ski Sil­ver
Todd Bar­tle, Alis­tair Cook Conan Mil­lar & Paul Brier­ley 170 min Beach Relay Sil­ver

Final­ly last but def­i­nite­ly not least the fear­less Boat­ies Results:

Sun­day in the words of Sarah Greg­son brought with it “hor­ren­dous seas and surf con­di­tions and the Boat­ies com­pe­ti­tion was moved to Albany”. Unfor­tu­nate­ly the Bub­ble Wraps 180 male team of Stu­art Clarke, Mar­tin Fisk, Dun­can Com­mell, Trevor War­land and Sweep Stephen Part were knocked out of com­pe­ti­tion by cru­el seas and a mas­sive spill. All are bat­tered and bruised but ready to bat­tle Moth­er Nature anoth­er day.

Thank­ful­ly Moth­er Nature was kinder to the Women’s crew:

180 Female Surf Boat Team – Mul­laloo Mar­lins                                                                      Sil­ver

                                                  Sandy Clarke, Jude Har­low, Rachel Greene, Rachel Kre­mer               

Con­grat­u­la­tions to all involved. Whilst num­bers were few – enthu­si­asm and tenac­i­ty was bound­less!

Check out some of the action here!

Click here for full result list

Kat­ri­na West

Well done to our Belt Race teams

Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

Thanks to Car­lo Tenaglia for putting togeth­er 3 crews for the reels for the Life­sav­ing State Cham­pi­onships in Belt Rac­ing. It’s a quick off the beach and out to the cans kind of rac­ing that is excit­ing to watch.

Mul­laloo had rep­re­sen­ta­tives in all age cat­e­gories, with some great results. Soraya Lee suc­cess­ful­ly defend­ed her Cham­pi­on title, Har­ry Jones fin­ished 4th in his heat to make the Open final. Katie Wad­dell, Neve Macleod, Mitch Lee, Ryan Hewlett, Jake Bat­tle,  Ayden Bat­tle and Rob Amos all had straight finals and did them­selves and our club proud.

Click here for results.