Round 2 of the Victorian Longboard Titles Completed Over the Weekend at Thirteenth Beach

Published on 23/05/2022

Round 2 of the Victorian Longboard Titles was completed over the weekend at Thirteenth Beach, with highly contestable waves on offer for both days of competition. 

Waves were in the 2-3foot range for the entirety of the competition, with offshore winds becoming cross-shore on Sunday for finals day. A left and right peak was on offer for the finals, which saw everyone rip in and post excellent scores.

Standout performer throughout both days of competition was Bea Conroy, who in her Open Women Logger final posted a combined heat total of 18.77 (out of a possible ten), posting one of the highest scores from both days of competition ( 9.77 out of a possible ten) – leaving the other competitors in a combination situation. 

“The waves were fun out there today” Conroy said

Will Cousins took out the Open Mens Longboards divisions, making the most of the near perfect conditions on offer. 

Cousins posted a combined heat total of 14.53 (out of a possible ten). 

Cousins displayed some impressive manoeuvres, and left the others in his heat chasing excellent scores. 

“It was a great day down at thirteenth, it was good to get waves” Cousins said.

Not only were winners announced across 15 divisions today, but state champs were also decided.

Longboard & Loggers Results

Open Men Longboards

Will Cousins 14.53
Tasman Dunton 12.74
Sam Dunton 12.50
Bailey German 11.70

Open Women Longboards

Bea Conroy 15.50
Eglantine Balland 10.33
Samantha Suendermann 9.64
Cookie Robinson 9.10

Open Men Loggers

Bailey German 14.63
Matthew Shay 11.59
Ted Conroy 6.60
Dylan Candy 4.72

Over 40 Men Longboards

Greg Brown 12.77
Chris McSween 8.70
Michael Pinney 8.40
Mark Miccoli 5.40

Over 40 Women Longboards

Jacquie Chambers 12.67
Natalie Van Der Heyden 8.67
Penelope Andrews 5.80
Carolyn Lalor 3.10

Over 50 Men Longboards

Greg Brown 17.00
Brian Kuit 10.40
Grant Hutchins 9.43
Brett Lalor 8.50

Over 60 Men Longboards

Clint Wall 13.16
Andrew Lidsey 9.64
John Lane 9.50
Brian Kuit 9.10

Over 70 Men Longboard

Robert Smith 13.90
Wayne Yates 9.67
Jack Tricep 0.50

U18 Boys Longboards

Tate Russell 11.57
Ted Conroy 9.56

Over 40 Men Loggers

Chris McSween 11.30
Liam Mccafferty 10.90
Larry Hayes 8.40
Luke Edwards 6.44

Open Women Logger

Bea Conroy 18.77
Jaz Felsinger 8.24
Eglatine Balland 6.47
Sacha Guggenheimer 5.64

U18 Girls Longboards

Niamh Moore 8.56
Cookie Robinson 8.23
Charlotte Kerrison 6.83

Over 40 Women Logger

Kate Sullivan 11.40
Jacquie Chambers 10.64
Penelope Andrews 5.26

Over 50 Women Longboard

Anne Stephenson 9.60
Kate Sullivan 6.94
Carolyn Lalor 4.86

Junior Logger

Ted Conroy 14.57
Tate Russell 11.90
Cookie Robinson 8.94
Charlotte Kerrison 6.74

Longboard State Champions

U18 Boys
Tate Russell
Ted Conroy

U18 Girls
Niamh Moore
Cookie Robinson

O40 Women
Jacquie Chambers
Natalie Van Der Heyden

O40 Men
Greg Brown
Michael Pinney

O50 Women
Carolyn Lalor
Anne Stephenson

O50 Men
Greg Brown
Brian Kuit

O60 Men
John Lane
Clint Wall

O60 Women
Kate Sullivan

O70 Men
Wayne Yates
Bob Smith

Open Women
Bea Conroy
Eglantine Balland

Open Men
Tasman Dunton
Will Cousins

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