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SLSWA Announce Awards of Excellence Finalists!

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On Thursday 25th of May, Surf Lifesaving WA announced the 2023 Awards of Excellence finalists, which will be held at the Crown Towers on July 1st. Across 20 categories of awards, Trigg Island SLSC has 20 individuals and teams recognized as finalists.
It’s been a stellar season for our club after our Open and Masters competitive groups finished as State Champions, and National representatives last year’s Lifesaving World Championships. Additionally, we had an increase in our community participation through programs provided, such as the Silver Salties initiative, and education programs to schools around Water Safety at the beach.
Below is a full list of Finalists representing Trigg Island SLSC at this year’s Awards:

Age Manager of the Year:

– Renae Liddell

Athlete of the Year:

– Harrison Hynes

– Jake Smith

– Jazmin Shipway-Carr

Coach of the Year:

– Andrew Mosel

Community Education Program of the Year:

– Trigg Island Silver Salties

Surf Sports Team of the Year:

– Trigg Island SLSC Pool Rescue Male Relay
(Callan Smith, Harrison Hynes, Jake Smith, Kelton Rothnie)

– Trigg Island SLSC U23 March Past
(Annika Negus, Arielle Butler, Danielle Bordin, Femke Negus, Georgia Moar, Indiah Reidy, Marley Johansson, Olivia Moar, Olivia Shiels, Paige Stegmann, Samantha Brigden, Zoe Moore)

Woodside Nippers Program Coordinator of the Year:

– Kevin Duguid

Woodside Nippers Program Volunteer of the Year:

– Kevin Duguid

Youth Athlete of the Year:

– Annika Negus

– Femke Negus

– Phoebe Ashworth

– Samantha Brigden

– Zoe Moore

Youth Surf Lifesaver of the Year:

– Ally Gilmore

Young Volunteer of the Year:

– Sophie Lawson

Trigg Island SLSC would like to congratulate the above members for their finalist recognitions, and also to congratulate all other nominees within the awards categories.
Good luck, we’re very proud of the achievements and contributions you’ve all made this season!

Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club acknowledges the traditional owners, the Whadjuk People of the Noongar Nation, of the beach on which we work and play. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and are grateful for their continuing connection to the land, sea and sky.