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January 19, 20230

GEORGE BASS MARATHON 22/23

They did it! Congratulations to our 2 Wanda crews who successfully completed the 2023 George Bass Surf Marathon- rowing 190km along the NSW south coast over the past 7 days. Such a great achievement and show of grit & strength. Awesome

Photos: here


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November 27, 2022

Wanda SLSC Tradies One Club surf carnival

Saturday, 26 November 2022

Over 1,250 competitors hit the beach on Saturday for the annual Wanda SLSC Tradies One Club surf carnival, with the carnival also hosting the 5,000 Summer of Surf tour for 2022/2023. Due to conditions, this years carnival saw racing spread across the Bate Bay beaches, with racing at Wanda, Cronulla and North Cronulla beaches.

Leading athletes, masters and nippers from clubs across the greater Sydney region took part in the Wanda SLSC event, now in its seventh year.

Overall carnival honours went to the home club Wanda SLSC, winning the Tradies Trophy for highest pointscore, followed by South Maroubra, North Cronulla, Coogee and Cronulla rounding out the top five.

“Our carnival brings together competitors of all ages, gender and ability” said Nathan Spinner, Wanda SLSC Club President.

“It’s all about young and older generations participating together, enjoying a great day out and putting their lifesaving skills on display,” said Mr Spinner.

First event for the day was the Open 2km beach run, with Ludovic Lew Maroubra SLSC and Wanda’s own Emma Blanch crossing the line first in the testing event.

The bigger surf conditions and limited beach space saw the relocation of younger water competitors to Cronulla beach, while the older athletes relished in the waves. Wanda’s Britney Pierce took out the open women’s iron race, while her sister, Elyssa, navigated the difficult surf breaks to win the ski race. Lizzie Welborn Newport SLSC took out the board race, and Georgia Singleton from Manly won the open swim.

In the open men’s water events, the Bate Bay clubs showed their talent with Wanda’s Noah Steiner winning the swim, North Cronulla’s Cruz McKee taking out the board and Jay Furniss from Cronulla securing the win in the iron race. Open ski honours went to Luke Morrison of Newport SLSC.

Cronulla SLSC Max Geronimo edged out North Cronulla SLSC Kobe Sorensen to win the Brooks Marc Leabeater Memorial Trophy in the Opens Men’s Sprint, the trophy presented by Marc’s parents Larry and Tania.

In the beach events at North Cronulla, Cronulla’s Nicole Jones won the open women’s sprint, with Newport’s Bailee Radford placing second. Cronulla SLSC Josh Tattam battled hard to win the open men’s beach flags, with Bailee Radford taking out the women’s event.

Hundreds of u9-u14 nippers also took part in the carnival. Competition was fierce amongst Bate Bay clubs, but also a range of other clubs including North Bondi, Maroubra and North Curl Curl and further afield from Cooks Hill, Redhead, Gerringong, and Warilla Barrack Point.

“Carnivals like ours cannot happen without lots of support. We particularly thank our sister clubs Cronulla SLSC and North Cronulla SLSC for their willingness to help with the use of their beaches and resources, as well as the Sutherland Shire Council and Lifeguard team for all their assistance. A big thank you also to all the officials and volunteers who made the day possible, and the ongoing support from our key sponsor Tradies”, said Mr Spinner.

See PHOTOS here


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August 30, 2022

WANDA’S 75 YEAR CELEBRATION LUNCH

Wanda’s 75 years in the making were finally (after two rescheduled dates) celebrated on Saturday 13 August.

Members and invited guests came together to celebrate the 75 year milestone and enjoyed the many stories from the past, reminisced about the good old days and gained an insight into how the Club and the surf lifesaving movement has progressed over the years. Thank you to our MC, Michael Bonnici, and Interview Panel, Nathan Smith as MC, Mick Brannock OAM, Elyssa Pierce, Wendy Sandstrom and Michael Bonnici – who were truly entertaining and inspiring.

It was also a great honour to have our Senior Vice Patrons – The Hon. Scott Morrison MHR, The Hon. Mark Speakman M.L.A and Carmelo Pesce – Mayor pay tribute and acknowledge our club and our members on the day.

Special thank you to our 75 Year Committee; Mick Brannock OAM, Donna Brown, Mal Dickey, Alan Kentwell, Todd Lester and Mark Sargeant (Convenor) and the workforce team for making it happen.

Downloads: Program  || Early Days Movie Files (youtube)

Photos: here


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August 30, 2022

SWIM BROTHERS BRONZE RECRUITS

Congratulations to Wanda’s 7 new graduates from the Swim Brothers group who recently completed their Bronze Medallion to become surf lifesavers. They were the first to take on the ground-breaking, culturally sensitive lifesaver training program and were looking forward to seeing more members of culturally and linguistically diverse communities become surf lifesavers.

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More info at bit.ly/3zItESz

Photos: here


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August 30, 2022

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
10 July 2022 

Thanks to all who attended our 76th Annual General Meeting on 10 July. It was great to see so many members supporting our club and also a great surprise to have Prime Minister Scott Morrison join us and commend us on our service to the lifesaving movement. The 2019/20 annual report was received and is available from the office or you can download a digital version here.

Thank you to all our members and distinguished guests who attended Wanda Surf Life Saving Club’s 76th Annual General Meeting on Sunday 10 July. We had the pleasure of acknowledging our 25, 50, 60 and 70 Year Service members, welcomed our committee for the 22/23 season and wrapped up the meeting with a pre 90th birthday celebration for Club Patron Ernest “Solly” Stephens OAM.

Photos: here


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August 30, 2022

Congratulations to all our nominees and finalists for the 2021/22 Major Awards Presentation Night held at The Founders Room on 18 June.

The complete list of our major award winners can be downloaded here.

Club Captain Denny Rowlands won the very prestigious C.V. Forshaw Trophy for Most Consistent Member.

It was great to see everyone celebrating together after a fantastic season and we thank our special guests for joining us for our end of season celebrations.

Photos: here


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August 30, 2022

WANDA AT THE AUSSIES 2022

Wanda SLSC has finished 7th overall at the Australian Surf Life Saving Titles.

The Championships were held on the Gold Coast last week, with youth, masters and open competitions.

“It has been a challenging year, so it was fantastic to see our club succeed and enjoy Aussies,” said Nathan Spinner, Wanda SLSC President.

“As always, it was a true team effort. Our touring team competed in all disciplines – water, beach, distance swimming and running, surf boats, surfboard riding, lifesaving, R&R and march past”.

“Special mention and thanks to our coaches, managers and volunteers.  With so much disruption this year, they’ve had to be adaptable and positive. The entire club values their dedication and hard work, we wouldn’t be here without them.

“We crowned 10 new Australian champions, won 11 silver medals, 14 bronze and had many top 10 performances. These are incredible results against Australia’s best, proud memories that will last a lifetime.

“It’s certainly not all about winning though. There were hundreds of personal bests and achievements within our squad. Our members come to Aussies with different goals and everyone is to be commended on their effort representing Wanda,” said Mr Spinner.

Full story + more photos: here


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March 28, 2022

Wanda SLSC was proud to launch two new surf craft in honour of dedicated club volunteers on Saturday 26 March, in front of a large crowd of members and supporters. Speeches and tributes were followed by the maiden voyage of both vessels.

These surf craft are vital to Wanda and, in club tradition, have been named after members who stand out. The craft were kindly donated by Lloyds Supa IGA Cronulla & Hurstville (IRB) and Gerard Malouf & Partners (surf boat).

The new surf boat was named in honour of Rod ‘Stick’ Holdsworth, a Wanda SLSC member for 40 years. Rod has contributed widely to our club for decades, in particular the boat section. He was a rower, sweep, coach and mentor. His coaching helped us win our first Australian junior title, and his determined approach guided many crews and junior rowers. It’s a fitting tribute to name a surf boat in his honour, a boat that will be valued by Wanda crews for years to come.

The new IRB was named in honour of hard working club members Adam “Bucks” Buckley and Mark Lloyd. As leading IRB section members, they have spent countless voluntary hours on rescue efforts, supporting nippers and at surf carnivals. Both Mark and Adam are a driving force behind the professional response of our IRB team, and wholly deserve this honour.

Congratulations.

Full story + more photos: here


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March 28, 2022

Wanda SLSC was proud to launch two new surf craft in honour of dedicated club volunteers on Saturday 26 March, in front of a large crowd of members and supporters. Speeches and tributes were followed by the maiden voyage of both vessels.

These surf craft are vital to Wanda and, in club tradition, have been named after members who stand out. The craft were kindly donated by Lloyds Supa IGA Cronulla & Hurstville (IRB) and Gerard Malouf & Partners (surf boat).

The new surf boat was named in honour of Rod ‘Stick’ Holdsworth, a Wanda SLSC member for 40 years. Rod has contributed widely to our club for decades, in particular the boat section. He was a rower, sweep, coach and mentor. His coaching helped us win our first Australian junior title, and his determined approach guided many crews and junior rowers. It’s a fitting tribute to name a surf boat in his honour, a boat that will be valued by Wanda crews for years to come.

The new IRB was named in honour of hard working club members Adam “Bucks” Buckley and Mark Lloyd. As leading IRB section members, they have spent countless voluntary hours on rescue efforts, supporting nippers and at surf carnivals. Both Mark and Adam are a driving force behind the professional response of our IRB team, and wholly deserve this honour.

Congratulations.

Full story + more photos: here