Grommets show class

Pete CawoodAugusta Margaret River Times
Ry Dempsey received an encouragement award for his display in the under-16 boys division.
Camera IconRy Dempsey received an encouragement award for his display in the under-16 boys division. Credit: Supplied, John Erhardt, Amped Photography

Cowaramup Bay Boardriders’ second club competition of the year was held at Gracetown’s North Point on Sunday, March 25.

The event followed February’s successful round 1 event.

Pulsing 4ft-6ft waves and clean offshore conditions were a result of cyclone Marcus in WA’s north.

Stand-out performances came from brothers Jed and Ben Gradisen, Rhy Dempsey, George Simpson and Harper George.

In the girls’ competition, Maddie Cawood and Mia Scott shone against their peers.

The under-12 and novice divisions were held across the bay at Huzzas, where Sid Englert and Ruby Berry stood out and won their divisions.

The Cowaramup Bay Boardriders thanked the surf community for allowing free line-up on the day.

Results:

Under-18 Boys First Ben Gradisen; Second Seth Van Haeften; Third Finn Cox; Fourth Aiden Flynn

Under-16 Boys First Jed Gradisen; Second George Simpson; Third Danny Benedetti; Fourth Ry Dempsey

Under-16 Girls First Maddie Cawood; Second Zali Hewson; Third Mia Scott; Fourth Willow Hardy

Under-14 Boys First Harper George; Second Brock Launders; Third Jake Ghiretti; Fouth Tom Scott

Under-12 Boys First Sid Englert; Second Okie Fraser; Third Cruz Sheridan; Fourth Finn Sunderland

Under-12 Girls First Ruby Berry; Second Kaleshia Launders; Third Willow Hines; Fourth CJ Sheahan

Novice First Max Ghiretti; Second Leila Fraser; Third Kye Launders; Fourth Olive Hardy

Encouragement Awards Sam Cawood; Ry Dempsey; Mia Scott; Tom Scott; Cruz Sheridan; Willow Hines; Leila Fraser.

Aiden Flynn placed fourth in the under-18 boys.
Camera IconAiden Flynn placed fourth in the under-18 boys. Credit: Supplied, John Erhardt, Amped Photography
Jed Gradisen came first in the under-16 boys.
Camera IconJed Gradisen came first in the under-16 boys. Credit: John Erhardt, Amped Photography

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