Ja­cobs en­joys swell ride

Southern Telegraph - - News - El­lie Honey­bone

Se­cret Har­bour Surf Beach Board­rid­ers held their sixth com­pe­ti­tion event last Sun­day with off­shore 1m-high waves pro­vid­ing a chal­lenge for the young club mem­bers.

Stand­outs in­cluded Bella Rut­ter, Camp­bell For­rest and April and Maiko McPher­son.

Mur­ray Ja­cobs took out the open men’s event and is the cur­rent leader for the sea­son, with Craig Hop­kins and Steve Bar­ton also win­ning their di­vi­sions. The next com­pe­ti­tion will be held on Oc­to­ber 18 and will be one of the last for the year.

Club media of­fi­cer Doug Kitch­ing­man said a sin­gle-fin retro day was planned for Novem­ber, fol­lowed by a sea­son wrap-up and an awards pre­sen­ta­tion.

“It has been a pretty or­di­nary year as far as con­di­tions go but we man­aged to plan seven events and our riders have done re­ally well,” he said.

The com­pe­ti­tion at­tracted a good turnout and club mem­bers ar­rived early to help set up and get the event un­der way.

RE­SULTS

Open Men’s: Mur­ray Ja­cobs, Dal­ron Long, Cam McColl, Keith Bowen.

Se­nior’s: Dal­ron Long, Steve Bar­ton, Alex Shep­pard, Keith Bowen.

Over 45s: Craig Hop­kins, Guy Ben­nett, Ian For­rest, Paul Cum­mins.

Grom­met Girls’: Bella Rut­ter, Kali Grayson, Paige O’Dwyer, So­phie Turner.

Grom­met Boys’: Camp­bell For­rest, Quinn McColl, Brock Laun­ders, Josh O’Dwyer.

Ju­nior Girls’: April McPher­son, Oli Mit­ton, Am­ily Pugh, Kyra Rut­ter.

Ju­nior Boys’: Maiko McPher­son, Jay­men Legg, De­clon Weirsma, Ben Maxwell.

Open Mal­ibu’s: Steve Bar­ton, Bryce Pugh, Ja­cob Shep­pard, Alex Shep­pard.

Over 45 Mal­ibu’s: Frank Gray, Paul Cum­mins.

Cadet Girls’: April McPher­son, Oli Mit­ton, Am­ily Pugh, Kyra Rut­ter.

Cadet Boys’: Maiko McPher­son, Jay­men Legg, Con­ner Griger, De­clan Weirsma.

Pic­ture: Michael Parr

Mur­ray Ja­cobs was im­pres­sive as he surfed his way to vic­tory in the Se­cret Har­bour Surf Beach Board­rid­ers open men’s event at the week­end.

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