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May 27, 20200

Tune in on Saturday 30th May from 4pm to watch the “Virtual” presentation of the 2020 Sydney Branch Awards of Excellence.

Cheer on our amazing 26 Wanda finalists with your hugs, likes and comments on the SLSS Facebook and/or Youtube pages.

Go WANDA!

Lifesaver of the year – Mikaela Sutherland
Volunteer of the year – Natalie Buckley
Youth Volunteer of the year – Ben Sutton
Community Education program of the year – Wanda Beach Safety Community talks
Youth Surf Lifesaver of the year – Lachlan Black
U/15 Surf Lifesaver of the year – Ben Sutton
Patrol Captain of the year – Natalie Buckley
Patrol 10 – Patrol of the year
Support Operations Member of the year – Michael Bonnici
RWC Member of the year – Denny Rowlands
Services Team of the year – Wanda IRB team
Trainer of the year – Gerard Cafe
Assessor of the year – Gerard Cafe
Coach of the year – Nathan Smith
Athlete of the year – Britney Pierce
Masters Athlete of the year – Greer Calabro
Youth Athlete of the year – Noah Steiner
U/15 Athlete of the year – Zara Lammers
Surf Sports Team of the year – U/17 Taplin and Board relay team
Surf Sports Official of the year – Jeff (Charlie) Brown
JD Athlete of the year 13-14 Female – Keira Vincent
JD Athlete of the year 13-14 Male – Fletcher Warn
JD Athlete of the year 11-12 Female – Charlotte Bowmer
JD Athlete of the year 11-12 Male – Dane Sutton
JD Athlete of the year 9-10 Female – Zara Zammit-Mayer
JD Athlete of the year 9-10 Male – Max Bowmer
JD Team of the year – U/12 Boys Board relay team
JD Age Manager of the Year – Michael Georgaris


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April 27, 2020

Please check our Covid-19 page for updates and resources – notice to members 20/05/20

Dear Member,

Tomorrow Wanda SLSC will release a statement about the Tradies 2020 Sutherland 2 Surf. The S2S Committee and the Board of Management have been keeping up-to-date with the COVID-19 Pandemic and concurrently building event scenarios as Government restrictions on gatherings were released. Scenarios have included – stage, delay or cancel the event.

With the information available, and in consultation with sponsors and stakeholders, it has sadly been decided that staging the 2020 S2S is not a viable option and the event will be cancelled.

As a Wanda member you know the importance of this event and the role it plays funding our lifesaving operations. With the loss of this income we will need to pull together as a club and seek out other avenues of fundraising. I know you will support the Committee and the Board of Management in taking this decision, and when the time comes I encourage you to get behind the Club’s alternate fundraising efforts with the same energy that you would have for the Sutherland 2 Surf.

As always, please feel free to contact me through the Wanda office should you wish to discuss the S2S, or if you have any feedback on alternate funding opportunities for Wanda.

Kind regards,

Nathan Spinner
President (Acting)
Wanda SLSC Club Inc

Phone 9523 4343 – Email clubhouse@wandaslsc.com.au


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March 30, 2020

Congratulations to Wanda’s Club Captain Michael Bonnici who was presented with the Tom Harvey Award for Citizenship at Parliament House by NSW Governor Margaret Beazley from the Australia Youth Trust for his volunteer work including as a Sydney surf life-saver.

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March 13, 2020

2020 MASTERS STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

WANDA SLSC 2nd at 2020 NSW SURF LIFE SAVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Wanda SLSC has finished second overall at the 2020 NSW Surf Life Saving Championships. Wanda’s top 6 results

Wanda (387 points) finished behind last years’ winner and powerhouse club Newport SLSC (568 points), and ahead of third place North Cronulla (187).

Rounding out the top ten clubs were Manly (186), Elouera (180), North Bondi (162), Swansea Belmont (155), Cronulla (137), Coogee (136) and Umina (122).

Wanda SLSC Director Surf Sports Greg Pierce couldn’t be happier with the result.

“It was a huge team effort, from every competitor and section. You simply don’t get the pointscore we did without that.”

“We’re pleased to have increased our points on last year, but more than that, it was great to see competitors who have trained hard all year rewarded for their efforts.

“We thank club sponsor The Tradies for their support of our state team, along with the many coaches, volunteers and helpers in takes to do well at our sports’ premier NSW event.

“There are so many highlights when you have a big team at State Championships and it’s absolutely impossible to single out a few.

“Our water section, coached by Nathan Smith, performed exceptionally well in all areas, individually and especially in team events like the surf teams, taplins, belt race and ski relay.

“On International Women’s Day it was so good to see three Wanda women’s teams in the Open Female Taplin final, taking out 2nd, 4th and 5th placings. It doesn’t get much better than that.

“The beach runners, led by Jock Campbell, really dominated their events and our beach sprinters and flaggers, some coached by Wayne Owens, were also strong.

“Our very reliable R&R teams did well and it was terrific to see our March Past team rewarded with a bronze in the handicap event, for their improvement in the past year.

“We had 12 boat crews at State 2020, including several women’s crews on debut and a young u19 team, who all performed well,” said Mr Pierce.

The NSW State Surf Life Saving Championships are the state’s premier surf life saving event, involving over 6000 competitors from clubs across NSW.

Wanda will now prepare for the Australian Surf Life Saving titles, ‘Aussies’, to be held on the Gold Coast in late April 2020.

Click here for Wanda’s Top 6 Opens Results and Photos.

 

 


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March 5, 2020

2020 MASTERS STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Well done to our team on their big results!

Medalists:

Gold
Mick Georgaris Jnr 35-39 ski
Joel Bolewski 35-39 board
Greer Calabro 35-39 beach sprint

Silver
Joel Bolewski 35-39 iron
Donna Cox 55-59 beach sprint
Dee McCarthy 50-54 2km run
Donna Cox 55-59 2km run
140yrs sprint relay (Greer Calabro, Lauren Campbell, Casey Hadfield, Dee McCarthy)

Bronze
110yrs Male Board Relay (Joel Bolewski, Mick Georgaris Jnr, Ben Harris)
David Jones 40-44 2km Run
Sue Fox 35-39 ski
Casey Hadfield 30-34 beach sprint
Lauren Campbell 35-39 beach sprint
160yrs Male Surf Boats, Team A (David Chapman, Wesley Dredge, Boden Dredge, Andrew Lawson, Nathan Spinner (S))

Congrats to all.

Click here for Wanda Master’s Results

NSW State Championships – 2020


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March 3, 2020

WANDA 5th AT SURF LIFE SAVING STATE AGE TITLES

Wanda SLSCs 140 strong nipper team has taken home 23 medals, including six state titles, at the 2020 NSW Surf Life Saving State Age Championships.

Wanda finished 5th overall, behind North Curl Curl SLSC (1st), Coogee (2nd), Cooks Hill (3rd) and Swansea (4th). South Maroubra (6th), North Cronulla (7th), North Bondi (8th), Elouera (9th) and Newport (10th) rounded out the top ten clubs.

The Championships were held at Swansea Belmont SLSC over the weekend. Over 2,700 nippers, aged u9-u14, competed in near perfect weather and surf conditions across all surf life saving disciplines including water events, beach, R&R and march past.

“It was a great weekend for Wanda, we’re so proud of all our nippers. State is a fantastic event, very competitive with the best-of-the-best from around NSW, but it’s also fun, a great chance for the nippers to test themselves and meet nippers from around the state.

“Our team won 6 state championships, 23 podium finishes and many top 6 placings. Most of all, our nippers were all out there giving it a go and hopefully enjoying the experience.

“There were many highlights, it’s impossible to single out a few.

“Keira Vincent once again showed she’s absolute champion, winning the state title in the u13 flags and then silver in u13 beach sprint. This double is a feat she has achieved in previous years.”

“In their first state titles, our u9 age group were outstanding in the water events, winning multiple medals in individual and team events, showing they’ll be a very competitive age group in years to come.

“It was fantastic to have our first ever Wanda nippers participants in the Inclusive events, Cooper and Dalton Rowlands. The inclusive events were inspiring to watch and it was great to see Wanda parents down there supporting them.

“Overall we had excellent team performances across the board. A large portion of our points came on teams day, heywith many teams medalling. It was super exciting to see the kids celebrating team success.

“A huge thanks to all our coaches, volunteers, water safety, IRB, officials and families for making our State Championship such a success,” said Mrs Sutton.

Later this week, Masters and Open athletes will compete in their respective State Championships at Swansea SLSC, with Wanda again expected to compete strongly. Stay up to date with details on live coverage, programs and results here.

Photos & Wanda’s Top 6 Results

WANDA SLSC RESULTS – 2020 STATE AGE CHAMPIONSHIPS

GOLD
Keira Vincent, u13 female flags
u9 male surf team A – Max Bowmer, Kobi Mead, James Seidel, Blake Spaul
u9 male board relay A – Max Bowmer, Kobi Mead, James Seidel
u11 female surf team – Charlotte Bowmer, Tia Hale, Sienna Mead, Emily-Summer Nguyen
u12 male board rescue – Dane Sutton, Ziggy Lester
u12 male board relay – Dane Sutton, Joe Doran, Ziggy Lester

SILVER
Liesl Spinner, u9 female board race
Max Bowmer, u9 male surf race
Zara Zammit-Mayer, u10 female surf race
Charlotte Bowmer, u11 ironwoman
Austin Martinus, u11 male 1km beach run
Kyle Mason, u12 male 1km beach run
Keira Vincent, u13 female beach sprint
Jade Tattam, u14 female flags
u9 female board relay – Elody Lawson, Andie Smith, Liesl Spinner
u11 female board relay – Charlotte Bowmer, Sienna Mead, Jade Siedel
Inclusive swim – Cooper Rowlands
Inclusive senior wade – Cooper Rowlands
Inclusive junior wade – Dalton Rowlands

BRONZE
Benjamin Hibbs, u9 male surf race
Zed Lester, u9 male board race
Sienna Alderson, u13 female 1km beach run
u9 male board relay B – Zed Lester, Jarrah Martinus, Blake Spaul
u10 female surf team – Isabel Adams, Kiana Johnson, Zahri Lester, Zara Zammit-Mayer
u13 2 person R&R – Harper Constantoulas, Amelia Dann
u14 female board rescue – Tahli Christensen, India Hulbert
Inclusive board – Cooper Rowlands

4th
Emily-Summer Nguyen, u11 female surf race
Emily-Summer Nguyen, u11 ironwoman
Milla Coles, u12 female beach sprint
u9 male surf team B – Toby Lawson, Zed Lester, Jarrah Martinus, Harrison Towle
u13 female surf team – Alexandra Hyasatt, Waverly Martinus, Sienna Spaul, Jayda Zammit-Mayer
u13 female board relay – Waverly Martinus, Sienna Spaul, Jayda Zammit-Mayer
u14 female board relay – Tahli Christensen, India Hulbert, Chelsea Sutton

5th
Dane Sutton, u12 male board race
Waverly Martinus, u13 ironwoman
u10 mixed beach relay – Isable Adams, Kyah Gallen, Liam Lakomy, Curren Taper
u11 female board rescue – Charlotte Bowmer, Sienna Mead
u11 mixed cameron relay – Charlotte Bowmer, Caitlin Cranney, Austin Martinus, Declan Noonan
u12 male surf team – Joe Doran, Otis Jessop, Ziggy Lester, Dane Sutton
u13 mixed cameron relay – Waverly Martinus, Will Steiner, Kai Thatcher, Keira Vincent
u14 female surf team – Tahli Christensen, Isabelle Cox, India Hulbert, Chelsea Sutton

6th
Elody Lawson, u9 female surf race
Gabriella Edwards, u9 female flags
Milla Coles, u12 female flags
India Hulbert u14 female ironwoman
u10 male surf team – Max Christensen, Josh Dan, Reef Lewis, Cooper Sutton
u10 female board relay – Isabel Adams, Zahri Lester, Zara Zammit-Mayer
u11 female sprint – Caitlin Cranney, Zara De Carvalho, Isla New, Charlotte Olliver
u13 female sprint – Hollie Adams, Sienna Alderson, Isobel Poulos-Burns, Keira Vincent

Photos & Wanda’s Top 6 Results

NSW State Championships – 2020


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February 19, 2020

Congratulations to Chelsea Sutton and Fletcher Warn who were announced as a finalists for the Surf Life Saving Sydney Junior Lifesaver of the year. Chelsea and Fletcher are great role models for all Junior Lifesavers and Nippers and always acts in the highest regard. We are extremely proud of what you have achieved.