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Placegetters in the boys South Coast Primary Schools Sports Association (SCPSSA) annual
surfing contest are pictured. They are, from left, Noah Goldsbury, fourth (Cowes PS), Eden
Goldsbury, third (Newhaven College), Ravi Fostin, second (Newhaven Primary) and Blake
Green, first (Newhaven Primary).
THE South Coast Primary Schools Sports
Association (SCPSSA) annual surfing con-
test was held recently, with 32 local primary
school students and many of their parents
and friends attending the District Surfing
Contest held at YCW beach, on Phillip Island.
Students were greeted with optimal surf
conditions with light offshore winds for most
of the day and two foot of swell running.
The students competed on two banks, with
the boys surfing the right hand break and the
girls surfing the left.
The standard of surfing was very high and
all competitors impressed with their sports-
manship and positive attitude.
SCPSSA would like to thank Wonthaggi
Secondary College for supplying all the con-
test equipment and Brennon Reusch and
the WSC Year 10 VET Surfing students and
Year 12 Sport and Recreation students who
helped coordinate the event.
SCPSSA would also like to thank Vortex
Surf, Skate and Snow store in Wonthaggi
for supplying prizes and to parents Amber
Goldsbury and Glyndon Ringrose for their
support on the day.
1st Blake Green (Newhaven Primary)
2nd Ravi Fostin (Newhaven Primary)
3rd Eden Goldsbury (Newhaven College)
4th Noah Goldsbury (Cowes Primary)
1st Poppy Corbett (Newhaven College)
2nd Willamina Donohue (Newhaven Col-
3rd Yasmine Crozier (Newhaven College)
4th Ivy Hunter (Newhaven College)
1st Newhaven College
2nd Newhaven Primary
3rd Cowes Primary
4th Inverloch Primary
5th San Remo Primary
6th Wonthaggi Primary
7th St Joseph’s Primary
South Coast Primary Schools Sports Association (SCPSSA) annual surfing contest place-
getters in the girls’ competition are pictured.
From left they are Ivy Hunter, fourth (Newhaven College), Willamina Donohue, second
(Newhaven College), Yasmine Crozier, second (Newhaven College) and Poppy Corbett, first
After the first round of the club teams cham-
pionship the Kuiper team (Jack Kuiper, Dina
Drury, John Farr and Shirley Stewart) are lead-
The Thresher team (Pam Thresher, Leng
Leng Haggith, and Don and Trish Stewart-
Uden) are second and the Sund team (Bronwyn
Sund, Neville Chapman, and Bob and Shirley
Weaver) are third.
With 10 teams competing there is some seri-
ous competition taking place.
Next week will be the final round and then it
will be back to regular duplicate days the first
Monday in November.
On Wednesday, October 19 the first week of
the Mid-week Pairs was played.
Greg Nicholson and Jean Barbour are lead-
ing from Jack Kuiper and Debby Anglim.
Moya Crowley and Mike Dooley are equal
with Bob and Shirley Weaver for third place.
Any players are welcome to join in to play this
But to have been eligible to win the Mid-week
Pairs you need to have played both weeks with
the same partner.
Anyone interested in learning more about
this absorbing game or looking for a partner is
invited to call the club mobile 0400 815 353.
Phillip Island bridge
Island shines in Round
3 Korrine tennis
PHILLIP Island Section 5 played at home
to Wonthaggi Blue in Round 3 of the Korrine
District Junior Tennis Association on Satur-
With heavy rain the night before, the home
courts weren’t in great condition but both
sides were keen to play.
All the players rallied through intermittent
showers of rain and were able to complete all
but one close match.
Phillip Island’s Gabe Smith, Karter Kosena
and James Lone all had convincing singles
wins 4-1, while Lucas White was unable to
finish his match against Julia Gatto due to a
The Phillip Island team won three out of
four doubles matches displaying great im-
provement in their rallies against a persistent
Final score Phillip Island 6 sets 30 games to
Wonthaggi 1/15 games. Well done Section 5.
Phillip Island Section 4 travelled to Wont-
haggi where once again the team put in anoth-
er fantastic effort against a strong undefeated
Poppy Marshall and Jonah Keys made ex-
cellent doubles partners winning 6-4 against
Rhys Brusamarello and Lucy Griffiths.
The Wonthaggi team continued to show
their strength winning all their singles match-
Doubles partners Astro Evans and Lucy
Dean fought a hard match with many close
rallies against Will Brusamarello and Macy
Peterson but were unable to convert their
points to games, 3-6.
Final score Wonthaggi 7/46 games to Phillip
Island 1/18 games, a win to Wonthaggi.
Section 3 had a bye this week.
Next week: Round 4 matches are; Section 3
play at home against Inverloch Blue, Section
4 play at home against Inverloch Purple and
Section 5 play away against Inverloch Gold.
Good luck to all players.
Jonah Keys and Astro Evans battled hard
against strong Wonthaggi opponents in Sat-
urday’s KDTA Section 4 matches.
Eight South Coast athletes participated in round two of shield competition at Casey Fields
Events included the 100m sprint, 1500m, javelin and long jump.
Tevuro, Piper, Naomi and Aliesha are pictured at Casey Fields during the meet.
Boggy start for Little Athletics
This week was the first
regular meeting of Wonthaggi
Little Athletics where ath-
letes are awarded points for
their times and distances.
As such, all participants re -
corded initial results which
they can aim to better in the
Results can be accessed
through the Timing Solu-
Athletes who have not yet
registered will not have their
results available until regis-
tration has been completed.
through the Little Athletics
Unfortunately the track
was still very boggy so the
program had to be modi-
fied substantially. Hopefully
the track will dry out over
the next month so the track
events can be run properly.
If the weather looks un-
favourable, parents need to
check Team App or the Won-
thaggi Little Athletics Face -
book page for information
Kiara Brusamarello in action in the Girls Under 12 triple
jump at last Saturday’s Wonthaggi Little Athletics meet.
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