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February 13, 2020

Sydney Branch have just launched the 2020 Best Patrol Photo Competition and Wanda invites you to get some photos showcasing your Patrol team.

These photos can also be used Wanda’s annual report and on our Social media platforms.

The winning club will receive a Water Safety Accessories Pack, including 1 helmet, 2 life jackets and 3 wet packs.

Please set your camera to 4:3 ratio (landscape or portrait) and to medium or high resolution so we get the best quality photos.

All photos should highlight your patrol,all members are to be in patrol uniform and not be breaching any SLSNSW or SLSS policies.

Photos can be sent to captain@wandaslsc.com.au or the office clubhouse@wandaslsc.com.au

Competition ends 9am Monday 27 April 2020.

Happy snappin!

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February 12, 2020

Thanks to Jackson Towns (Lifesaving Manager & Duty Officer) from Surf Life Saving Sydney for visiting Patrol 10 last weekend. Jackson gave some of our members an insight into the role of a Duty Officer and the role of Surf Life Saving in patrolling areas outside the red and yellow flags. Thanks Jackson!


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February 11, 2020

Congratulations to our Director of Lifesaving, Mikaela Sutherland who represented Wanda SLSC at the Surf Life Saving Australia National Leadership College. Mikaela joined a group of elite leaders in our organisation who will lead us into the future. The NLC provides an exciting opportunity for members within the movement to further develop their leadership skills and continue to positively contribute to the success of SLS. This is an extremely rare opportunity for members and is highly selective. You can find out more about the NLC here.


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February 11, 2020

Congrats also to Wanda’s previous JLOTY Riley Porteous (with Sophie Burns – Elouera) on a great presentation to the U11’s at their Development Camp last week – presenting A life in Surf Lifesaving – and what a life it can be .. ! Well done Riley!


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February 5, 2020

WANDA’S 4TH ANNUAL TRADIES ONE CLUB CARNIVAL
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In perfect summer conditions, over 900 competitors hit Wanda beach on Saturday for the annual Wanda SLSC Tradies One Club surf carnival.

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

The Wanda SLSC Tradies One Club carnival provided an important hit out for competitors in the lead up to the Branch and State Championships in coming weeks, and the Australian Surf Life Saving Titles, to be held on the Gold Coast in April.

Overall carnival honours went to home club Wanda SLSC, winning the Tradies Trophy for highest club pointscore, followed by North Cronulla, Cronulla, Elouera, South Maroubra and North Bondi.

Wanda SLSC took out the coveted Gerard Malouf and Partners Mixed Ocean Lifesaver relay, the last event of the day involving athletes across all disciplines.

“Our carnival brings together competitors of all ages, gender and ability” said Greg Allum OAM, carnival organiser.
“It’s all about young and older generations participating together, enjoying a great day out and putting their lifesaving skills on display.

“A real highlight for me was the competitor with disability events. They’ve been an important addition to our surf sports carnivals, and it was fantastic to see the young competitors taking part in many different events today.

“Carnivals like ours cannot happen without support and we particularly thank sponsors the Tradies, Audi Sutherland, Brooks, Channel 9, Fitness First, Gerard Malouf and Partners and Southside Animal Hospital, as well as the stall holders who assisted create a wonderful festival atmosphere” said Mr Allum.

Wanda SLSCs’ star ironwoman Britney Pierce took part in the carnival, fresh from her debut season in the NutriGrain Ironwoman series.

“Today has been such a great day, I love seeing all the nippers out here giving it a go.

“I’ve been involved in surf club since I was 5 years old. I hope all these nippers can keep participating and get as much out of it as I have,” said Britney.

Winners of the major Open age events included:

– Hayden Allum (Wanda) and Britney Pierce (Wanda), took out the Tradies Open Ironman and Ironwoman races
– Charlie Berko (North Bondi) and Taihna Woodger (North Cronulla) won the Fitness First Open 2km Beach Runs
– Carla Papac (Wanda) and Noah Havard (North Bondi), finished first in the Tradies 2km Ski Challenges
– Michael Hannah (Elouera) won the Brooks Marc Leabeater Open Men’s Beach Sprint
– Leah Rampoldi (North Cronulla), Tradies Open Women’s Beach Sprint
– Harry Came (Elouera) and Britney Pierce (Wanda), were successful in the Southside Animal Hospital Open Surf Races
– Will Budd (North Cronulla) and Britney Pierce (Wanda), won the Audi Sutherland Open Board Races

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December 22, 2019

A big congratulations today to Wanda member, Jon Dimitriou, for receiving a Cook Community Award from our PM, Scott Morrison, at the Cook Community Awards held at Wanda Surf Club. Jon is into his 20th year of ‘100%’ patrols at Wanda SLSC – a massive achievement! Jon is Patrol Captain on Patrol 4 and even had to head off to patrol after the awards ceremony. Congratulations Jon and well deserved.


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December 22, 2019

Congrats to Wanda’s Georgia Sinclair who has had a successful start to Olympic sprint kayaking finishing fourth at this year’s ICF U23 Ocean racing world championships contested her first kayaking regatta and finished second in the women’s K1 1000 and sixth in women’s K2 500. Well done Georgia!

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