Peninsula Surf Clubs represent in Champion events at State

Masters and Open competitors from Umina and Ocean Beach SLSC competed in the Lifesaving weekend at the recent NSW championships. The event was held over three days at Swansea’s Blacksmiths beach. Umina SLSC showed its strength in the Champion Lifesaver event. Umina’s Kerry Armstrong once again took out the female masters 40+ title with teammate Christine Bishop bringing home bronze

Fortunity and SLSCC partner in finance workshops for Central Coast Clubs

Club Administrators, Finance Directors and Club Treasurers met at the SLSCC office last week to take part in the first of four Finance and Administration workshops to be run across the year. Advisors from Fortunity presented during the workshop, covering tropics around preparing end of year accounts, auditing requirements and giving advice on what clubs did well and where there

Lifesavers Showcase Emergency Response Skills in Branch Championships

Lifesavers showcased their emergency response capabilities across a number of scenarios at the regional championships over the past three weekends. Competitors aged from Under 14’s through to Opens were tested on their lifesaving skills and knowledge, working in teams to respond to simulated emergencies involving live patients and manikins. Surf Club members across the coast compete in three lifesaving events

Young Lifesavers Battle Fierce Conditions at Regional Championships

Young lifesavers battle fierce conditions at the Regional championships last weekend. Copacabana SLSC hosted the Newcastle Permanent’s Junior Branch Championships, where nippers from all 15 Central Coast clubs fought it out on the sand and in big challenging surf to see who took out the championship titles. “With over 1,000 nippers participating, the skills on display were exceptional. Being able