Pumping waves for 30th Werri Slash

BALANCE: Tully Robinson claimed fourth in the open men's. Photo: Nick McLaren

BALANCE: Tully Robinson claimed fourth in the open men's. Photo: Nick McLaren

THE 30th edition of the Werri Autumn Slash was staged at the weekend, in great conditions that tested the athletes and produced strong scores.

The open men’s section was taken out by Elliott Binkins, ahead of Dean Bowen, Justin Arnold and Tully Robinson.

Sarah Baum claimed first in the open women’s event, edging out Skye Burgess, Holly Wishart and Christie Arthur.

In the senior men, Regan Barnes was first, in front of Dru Parkinson, Lee Miller and Justin McMahon.

Young star Darcy DeClouett took out the under 18s division, with Harry Phillips, Finn McLaren and Bailey Fleming rounding our the top four.

Culburra Beach’s Beau Buckpitt won the under 16s, ahead of Harry Phillips, Finn McLaren and Jed Ashton.

Kasey Hargreaves won under 16 girls event edging out Summer Simon, Charli Hurst and Anna Chamberlain, while Kallum Whyte won the under 14s boys, ahead of Taj Simon, Will Clarke and Aiden Chamberlain.

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