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Inverloch SLC celebrates season

INVERLOCH Surf Life Saving Club held its annual presentation night and acknowledged and celebrated the efforts of its 195 volunteer patrol members and recognised those who have excelled.
Patroller of the Year was awarded to Zoe Younger who was joint Junior Club Captain for the season and won the Vela Nine Patroller of the Month in February.
Zoe was Vice Captain of her patrol, was a water safety member during the Nippers program and her efforts on patrol and contributions to the club during the season were outstanding.
The Outstanding Active Award winner was Max Leonard who had a stellar year completing his first season as Patrol Captain, First Aid Officer, being actively involved in training within the club and the youngest member of the Westpac Chopper crew.
The youngest winners were Madeleine Birrell and Jordan Patterson who took the Female and Male Nipper of the Year Award.
They were each presented with Perpetual Cups, individual trophies and a Bendigo Bank account for $50.
Inductees to the Club’s Eagles recognition program were Trevor Dando, Angela Malan, Tarryn Thom, Rob O’Neill and Teagan Thom.
Each was awarded with an Eagles pin, vest, certificate and will join the Eagles Patrol which patrols the surf beach each year on Good Friday.
Award recipients for the season included:
Rookie of the Year, Ben Turner and Xavier Hughes.
Most Improved, Henry Rushford.
Chief Instructor’s Award, Maxine Lockie.
President’s Award, Fiona Hughes and Nicole Harman.
Patrol of the Year, Patrol 5.
Female Athlete of the Year, Issy Tomas.
Male Athlete of the Year, Nick Leman.

Eagles: from left, Chris Malan, Rob O’Neill, Nick Leman, Jake Lurati, Angela Malan, Luke Foster, Tarryn Thom, Nat Jowett and Teagan Thom. New inductees to the exclusive group, wearing orange vests and bearing their certificates were joined by existing Eagles.

Eagles: from left, Chris Malan, Rob O’Neill, Nick Leman, Jake Lurati, Angela Malan, Luke Foster, Tarryn Thom, Nat Jowett and Teagan Thom. New inductees to the exclusive group, wearing orange vests and bearing their certificates were joined by existing Eagles.

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