Two bronze medals great way to end season

IT has been a busy end to the season for the Kiama Surf Life Saving Club Kingfishers.

Nic Wingrove finished third in the under-14 male beach flags at the NSW Surf Life Saving Age Championships at Umina, matching his performance in last year's flags.

At the NSW Surf Life Saving Open Championships, also at Umina, Kate Lewis won a bronze medal in the under-15 female beach flags and finished fifth in the beach sprint.

Steve Lewis competed in the NSW Surf Life Saving Masters Championships and finished fifth in the 50-54 male beach flags, a great result at his first state titles.

Nic and Kate's results are a great way to finish the year.

The Kingfishers' season has also finished and their presentation day was held to recognise a range of members.

Nic Wingrove and Kayla Duncan were awarded the Kingfisher champion male and female respectively.

The most improved Kingisher award went to Nathan Duncan and the Kingfisher encouragement award to Evie Booth.

Congratulations to all members who received awards, whether it was for carnival competitors, point-score champions, encouragement awards or 100 per cent attendance records.

The club hopes everyone had a great season on the beach and in the water and looks forward to next season.

A reminder that the Kiama SLSC Presentation Day will take place on Sunday, May 18, at noon at the Kiama Surf Club.

By moving it to lunchtime they are hoping that more members will be able to come along and celebrate a great season of patrols and competition.

Cost is $25 per person which includes main meal, dessert and entertainment, while the bar will be open.

For catering purposes please RSVP to secretary@kiamaslsc.com.au by May 12.

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