Surf Life Saving Sydney Triple Crown Series Begins | County Chief of St George and Sutherland


Surf Life Saving Australia (SLSA) held its first post-COVID-19 carnival at the North Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) on Saturday, November 6.

The Surf Life Saving Sydney (SLSS) Triple Crown Series First Round is a fast-paced carnival.

William Budd of North Cronulla competes in the first round of the Surf Life Saving Sydney Triple Crown Series. Photo: John Veage.

It offers three board, swimming and ski races, in two age groups; Young people (under 14 and under 15) and seniors (under 17, under 19 and Open), men and women.

Plus, Open Ski Relays for three and Ski Dash to Shore for the first ski focused tour.

Wanda SLSC had a very successful day as she had the top scorer in three of the four age groups, while Cronulla and North Cronulla also had good performances with competitors scoring high points in all areas.

Waverly Martinus and Elyssa Redrup each scored 34 points to lead the young women’s group.

Dane Sutton and Jackson Middleton, also of Wanda, finished the first and second round in the young men’s group, scoring 34 and 29 points.

Wanda’s Elyssa Pierce scored 43 points to beat Zoe Duchet-Catherine of Cronulla (41) in the senior women’s group.

Logan Galea (38) and India Hulbert (37), both from Wanda, were third and fourth.

The Senior Males group saw the Bate Bay club take the top six places.

Cody Gaddes of Cronulla and Jake Moses of North Cronulla finish in front with 40 points, while William Budd (North Cronulla) has 37, Jack Robertson (Cronulla) 34, Callum Redrup (Wanda) 30 and Ryan McGrath (North Cronulla) 29.

The second round of the SLSS Triple Crown Series will take place on January 15, 2022.

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