Final Standings 2015

And there you have it folks. Our 31st season done and dusted! Congrats to all the 2015 Champions & perpetual trophy winners

Micro Boys – Mateus Bersot
Micro Girls – Sara Buick
Cadet Girls – Baylei McGuigan
Cadet Boys – Tye Koolis
Jnr Boys – Max McGuigan
Open Women – Emma McGuigan
A Grade Mens – Max McGuigan
B Grade – Andy Athineos
Grand Master – Wayne O’Neill

Clubman of the Year – Craig Lawrence
Junior Clubman of the Year – Tye Koolis
Most Improved surfer – Lucas Elfman
Junior Club Champion – Zac Michaels
Fish Buchan Open Club Champion – Jordan Gilbert

For the complete 2015 standings for each division Click here –> Final 15
Past Champions board has also been updated Click here -> Past Champions 1985 – 2015

Thank you to all competitors and their families for making the 2015 season the biggest and most successful yet. I would also like to thank the generosity of all our sponsors. Without the help of these terrific companies and people we would not be able to make the club what it is. So please support these wonderful people / organisations if you can.

Sands Hotel Maroubra
Maroubra Surf & Skate
Travellers Autobarn
Walsh’s Pharmacy
Michael Bros Automotive
South Eastern Carpentry
Eastern Tiling
Let’s Go Surfing
Randwick City Council

New President for 2015 -16

The Southend AGM is done and dusted for another year. Congratulations to Mathew Lawson (Hickey) who was elected President of Southend for the 2015 & 2016 seasons. Matt becomes just the 6th ever president in our 31 year history behind Mark Windon, Brett Raby, Kyle Stevens, Wez Moore and takes over the reins from Jason Platts.

A big thank you to outgoing prez Plattsy for his outstanding contribution over the past 2 years as the president and his 30 years as a surfer with the club. Platts was the original super grom back when the club formed in 85 and within a few years was the A grade champ and one of the best surfers on the beach. Platts recently moved to the Gold Coast with his lovely family to meet up with a heap of old Southend boys who now call the Goldy home. Best of luck mate

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