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Sophie Fletcher (Phillip Island) was placed second at the Subway Surf Series held at Jan Juc. Photo: Liam Robertson
Local surfers on a roll
in Subway Surf series
INDIA Robinson (Jan Juc) dominated
the Subway Surf Series at Jan Juc last
weekend claiming both the 16 and Un-
der and 18 and Under Girls divisions.
Xavier Huxtable (Jan Juc,) took out
the 18 and Under Boys whilst Jett Dick-
inson (St Andrews Beach) claimed the
16 and Under Boys title.
With onshore winds prevailing all day,
surf conditions were testing for the elite
group of junior surfers.
However some incredible performanc-
es shone through in the three foot waves.
"I'm really happy to get the two wins in
each division and get the chance to go to
the Surfing Australia HPC!" said an ex-
cited India Robinson.
"The conditions were really bad out
there, but that's just part of competi-
Placing in second was Bella Wilson
(Jan Juc) on 8.80 points. Sophie Fletch-
er (Phillip Island) finished in third with
Angelique Kefalas (Point Lonsdale) in
The 16 and Under Final for Robin-
son went more to plan with the power-
ful natural footer locking in the highest
wave score of the day, a 9.17-point ride
to claim a heat total of 15.84 points.
Placing in second was Sophie Fletcher
(Phillip Island) on 8.63 points. Bella Wil-
son (Jan Juc) finished in third with Sage
Goldsbury (Phillip Island) in fourth.
Xavier Huxtable (Jan Juc) surfed well
above his age of 13 years in the 18 and
Under boys to take the win.
Winning the Subway Expression ses-
sion was Daisy Corbett (Phillip Island)
and Kiron Ludwig (Freshwater, NSW)
who both claimed a Billabong Prize
Phillip Island's Sage Goldsbury was placed fourth in the Subway Surf Series
at Jan Juc on the weekend. Photo: Liam Robertson
A Grade Cricket
THE Phillip Island A Grade boys head-
ed over to Wonthaggi this week ready to
start the two-dayer against Club.
With the turf not getting up, the game
was moved to McMahons Reserve which
suited the team's big hitters.
The boys were also extra excited with
the arrival of new recruit TK fresh off the
plane on Thursday.
Skipper Cleeland kept his good form
with the toss and elected to have a bat.
Johnston and Cleeland went about
their business as per usual looking for
quick singles and frustrating the opposi-
They got through a tough patch of
Workers bowling and just when things
looked to get a bit easier, Johnston
clipped one down the leg side for 20.
New player TK got thrown straight in
but the jet lag took over with him mak-
ing one of the best looking ducks you will
This brought Mary-Kate Olsen a.k.a
Jack Keating to join twin sister Ashley
Olsen a.k.a Cleeland at the crease to re
build the innings.
Clearly the bond these twins have was
obvious with both players knuckling
down and setting themselves for a long
The boys got to tea at 2-92 with Clee-
land and Keating cruising.
Unfortunately the break in their con-
centration came at a cost with Keating
spooning one up three balls after the
Black joined his skipper and looked to
continue the good run.
A half century to Cleeland was ap-
plauded by his team mates but a full
toss brought his undoing not long after
Insall played his signature leave, un-
fortunately it was on the stumps and he
had to depart for 0.
The collapse continued with Black
edged off for 13 and the score 6-104.
Cox and The Yak came together and
put on a very timely partnership.
With an emphasis on batting the full
overs neither batsmen gave anything
away to the bowlers.
Continued Page 27
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