Chill Pro Junior

Owen Wright has done what we all expected and won the Chill Pro Junior in W.A with an 8.90 and a 9.50. There is only one job on this kid's mind - win the Pro Junior series and qualify for the WCT in the same year. Go Owen !!!

Bay Action Pro

The Bay Action Pro set to rock the Byron shire this weekend with $3,500 up for grabs ($3,000 for Opens and $500 for cadets). All the press releases are saying that the Far North Coast surfers had better look out for the southern attack. They don't realise that we don't even care about their Sydney circuit and our local boys will clean 'em up regardless of their ratings points. So get into 'em boys !

Shannon Mackie had a tough first round heat and did not progress. Niki Hoskin made it into the quarters and finished in 13th place.

Fantastic Noodles Far North Coast Regional Junior Surfing Titles

Round two of the Fantastic Noodles Far North Coast Regional Junior Surfing Titles was surfed over the weekend at Broken Head, with perfect conditions for the region’s best.
Well done Tom Snellgrove who finished 4th in the Under 16 Boys. Little bro went 2 better with Jake finishing 2nd in the Under 14 boys.


Ev gets a smoking pit at 2:50 check it out

O'neill Cold Water Classic

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The O'neill Cold Water Classic WQS 6-Star Prime at Thurso Scotland runs from April 29 - May 6. Adam Melling and Owen Wright surf in the round of 96. The fellahs are heading into the coldest water on the tour , good luck and rug up.

Mello came second in his round of 96 heat and then second in his round of 48 heat to progress thru to the final 24. Owen Wright won his opening heat and is up next in heat 12 round of 48.

UPDATE May 4.5
Unfortunately for Owen Wright he couldn't find the waves and exits the event in 25th place but with 1225 valuable QS points.

Mello showed everyone that he is there for business and won his way thru to the final 16. One wave scored a 9.17 and from there you would want to be Slater to catch him. Adam surfs next in the round of 16 against Marc Lacomare.

Adam Melling has won the O'neill Coldwater Classic Scotland defeating Luke Munro in the final. "I was freezing and really tired during that heat but I managed to get a couple of good waves early enough and managed to hold Luke back until the end. I had a great event and was feeling good the whole time. I am just so happy, and very cold." Mello gets the maximum 3500 QS points and is back to No.1 in the ratings.

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