Yallingup groms hit big waves

Therese ColmanAugusta Margaret River Times

Yallingup Boardriders Club held their first junior competition for the year on Sunday, with more than 200 spectators cheering competitors on.

Groms surfed Shallows break, which offered contestable waves all day.

The club saw a record number of junior members compete across six divisions, making use of the perfect conditions.

Kade Martin, Cruz Uroz, Cameron Spencer and Noah Bryce took out the top four spots in the novice under-10 division.

The 12-and-under Junior Girls division was held for the first time, with great reception from club members.

Ruby Eastaugh placed first, followed by Mia Martin and Demi Buxcey in second and third respectively.

Yallingup Boardriders vice president Shane Smith said he was impressed with all elements of the day.

“It was great to see so many groms at the first comp,” he said.

“We couldn’t have asked for a better day to open up the season. I was blown away with the talent on display from all division.”

The Yallingup Boardrider groms are training for a State round on Saturday, March 10 in Margaret River.


Novice Under-10

1st Kade Martin

2nd Cruz Uros

3rd Cameron Spencer

4th Noah Bryce


1st Mav Wilson

2nd Remy North

3rd Bede Chandler

4th Rhys Antonio

12&U Junior Girls

1st Ruby Eastaugh

2nd Mia Martin

3rd Demi Buxcey


1st Otis North

2nd Lachie Phillips

3rd Phoenix Wilson

4th Josh Redman


1st Dylan Vernon

2nd Jay Robinson

3rd Ash Spencer

4th Reilley Smith

17&U Senior Girls

1st Misti Campbell

2nd Alix Ness

3rd Evie Campbell

4th Neve Ness

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