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November 16, 2018
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WANDA NIPPER RED FINS

The Red Fins are now 6 Strong with another one hopefully joining soon. Over the last 5 weeks you may have seen us running alongside the mainstream age groups in our distinctive Red Caps with Blue stripes – Sort of looks like a reverse of the Wanda Competition Cap!

Like most of the younger age groups, with some challenging surf conditions it’s been a slow start to the season, so we’ve been focusing on beach activities and education, however with the great conditions last weekend, our kids were able to get in the water and catch some waves with some of the Senior Girls from Patrol 1.

Coming up on Sunday 25th of November, during the 4-Way carnival, the Bate Bay clubs with special needs programs will be running our first combined event – The Bate Bay Fins 4-Way Fun Day Carnival. We will be running a series of Nipper events, focused on participation and fun, followed by a BBQ and Medal Presentation for the kids. The Bate Bay Fins groups are the Cronulla Blue Fins, the Elouera Yellow Fins & the Wanda Red Fins and collectively we have approximately 25 kids with various challenges including Autism, Physical \ Intellectual Disabilities and Vision \ Hearing impairments.

If you’re not competing in the 4-Way we’d love for you to come down and cheer on All the Bate Bay Fins or get involved – Water Safety Volunteers would be appreciated!

Schedule –

Start Time

Primary Event

Alternate Event

9am

1K Run

0.5k & 0.25k Run

9.15am

Beach Sprints

N/A

9.30am

Relay Race

N/A

9.45am

Beach Flags

Marching \ March Past

10.00am

Wade Race

Shallow Wade

10.15am

Surf Race

Bucket Race

10.30am

Board Race

Bogie Boarding

10.45am

Obstacle Course

Sand Castle Building

Also, SLS Sydney Branch has advised us that further opportunities have been created for competitors with a disability to participate in Branch events including –

So expect to see us out there a carnivals showing our Wanda Colours!

The Red Fins would like to thank our sponsor Dale Caterson Electrical, with whose help, we’ve been able to purchase 4 x G-Boards, which are better suited to our kids.


November 14, 2018
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WANDA TAKES ON THE WORLD!

Wanda SLSC competitors will take on the world at the 2018 Lifesaving World Championships, kicking off in Adelaide on Friday 16th.

Wanda will be represented by a 53 person strong team at the event, which attracts some of the world’s best lifesaving athletes.

Wanda SLSC Surf Sports Director Greg Pierce says the Championships are a great event, involving competitors from U/16 through to Masters in a range of surf lifesaving disciplines.

“We’re proud to be sending such a large team to the Championships. We have a very strong Masters Team that includes former Australian Ironman Champion Greg Allum and Former Olympian and Australian Decathlon Champion Peter Hadfield.

“Our Opens Mens Beach Relay Team will be hoping to defend their World title, achieved in Holland in 2016.

“Wanda’s 2K Beach Run Team, coached by Jock Campbell, is extremely talented and should do very well, led by Australian Champions Chloe Gentle, Ali Najem and Kai Hammond. The beach team is also poised to do well in the 2km beach relay event, newly added to the Championships program.”

The Lifesaving World Championships will run from 16 November to 2 December 2018. Conducted every 2 years, it showcases excellence in lifesaving sports and rescue; attracting the most talented and skilled lifesaving athletes to compete for the title of World’s best.

Event details http://www.lifesaving2018.com/


November 14, 2018
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At approximately 10:35am on Sunday Morning (11/11/2018) the Wanda Patrol (Patrol 1) was alerted to an unresponsive child on the beach near Track 15, halfway between the Wanda and Elouera Clubhouses. The Wanda Patrol Captain dispatched the patrol’s ART accredited Lifesaver and another Lifesaver (Bronze Medallion) to the incident with the Oxy Viva\AED and the First Aid kits. On the way to the scene, the Patrol received assistance from a member of the Wanda Nipper IRB crew getting the equipment to the patient as quickly as possible.

On arriving at the scene, the team found the unresponsive child being managed by an Off Duty Sutherland Lifeguard, assisted by a member of the Wanda Nippers Water Safety team keeping the patients airway opened. The Lifeguard informed the Lifesavers that the patient was a 3 year old male, which had collapsed on the beach from a seizure. The Wanda team took control of the child’s head / airway as Denny Rowlands administered oxygen therapy assisting Council Lifeguards until the Ambulance arrived shortly after. The child maintained breathing and later regained consciousness. He was transported to hospital shortly after.

Luke Cusack, Kaylene Walker, Rob Rybanic, Denny Rowlands, Hayden Berry, Brayden Gossling, Natalie Buckley, Brett Porteous and Kenneth Smith should all be extremely proud of the way that they conducted themselves throughout this process. Whether directly administering the Oxygen, keeping the crowds away, directing the ambulance to the patient or effecting constructive radio communications to Surfcom all involved acted extremely professional from which the Wanda Surf Life Saving Club is very proud.

Surf Lifesaving Sydney Duty Officers were also tasked to the scene.


November 5, 2018
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Congratulations to the 15 Wanda SLSC competitors selected in the SLS Sydney Interbranch Team.

U/12 Female – Waverly Martinus, Keira Vincent
U/13 Male – Fletcher Warn
U/13 Female – India Hulbert
U/14 Male – Sam Hulbert
U/14 Female – Zara Lammers
U/15 Male – Jasper McCullagh
U/17 Male – Noah Steiner, Riley Dixon, Nathan Jay
U/17 Female – Kaimana Fittock, Kiera Warn
Open Female – Emily Eaves, Elyssa Pierce, Britney Pierce

Congratulations also to Elyssa Pierce, again named Female Captain!

Well done all, the Club is extremely proud!

Full team listing visit Circular 17 – 2018 Interbranch Team Announcement_Reissued


October 30, 2018
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Congratulations to you all on successfully completing your Bronze Medallion Course! We can’t wait to see you proudly wearing Red and Yellow patrolling Wanda Beach.

Want to become a Lifesaver? Wanda is still recruiting and has spots available for the next Bronze Medallion course starting on 14th November at Wanda. Contact clubhouse@wandaslsc.com.au or Club Captain, Michael Bonnici for more information.

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October 24, 2018
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On behalf of the Club Captain, Wanda Surf Club is calling for members to nominate for the new sub-committee, being the Youth Executive Committee (YEC).

What is YEC?

This new committee is established to encourage Young people of WANDA SLSC to get involved with the Board of Directors (reports directly to the Club Captain) about potential changes, proposed upcoming projects, pressing issues and improving standards.

This committee will encourage young people within the club to have a say on specific matters, and play a role in shaping the club moving into the future. This is a great opportunity for those looking to have a say and make a tangible difference to the way the Club operates and/or key projects that the Club is working on.
When and Where will YEC be held?

The location for YEC will be at the Surf Club (either in the office or upstairs depending on what is available). The meetings/workshops will be held on the last Thursday of every month at the Surf Club starting at 6:00PM.

Click here to check out further details.


October 23, 2018
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2018 / 2019 OCEAN6 SERIES

Well done to our Wanda competitors for their achievements in Round 1 of the Ocean6 Series at Queenscliff.

Here’s some of Wanda’s highlights:

Womens Double Ski
1st – Abbey Schott and Georgia Sinclair

U/17 Ski
2nd – 2nd Kaimana Fittock

U/15 Surf Race
3rd – Henri Carrera

U/17 Surf Race
5th – Rachel Sothern

Open Sprint
5th – Jamee Smith
8th – Josh Fernandes

Mens Run/Swim/Run
7th – Nathan Jay

Womens Run/Swim/Run
14th – Kaimana Fittock

Open Ski
10th – Britney Pierce
15th – Georgia Sinclair

Open Board
12th – Emily Eaves
18th – Britney Pierce
19th – Elyssa Pierce
20th – Mia Ross

TEAMS

Women Open Board
3rd – Wanda A
7th – Wanda B

Women Open Ski Relay
9th – Wanda B

Women Open Taplin
10th – Wanda B
11th – Wanda C