They?re masters of the surf

EMU Park and Yeppoon surf lifesaving clubs are strongly represented in the Wide Bay Capricorn branch squad which was announced at Tannum Sands on Saturday.

Yeppoon's successful competitors were Clint Jarvis, William Robertson, Amber Olde, Lynda Baartz, Matthew and Alesha Hotz.

The Emu Park contingent includes Clancy Auriac, Daniel Rye, Stephen Dendle, Jake Simpson, Casey Lee, Jenna Deane-Freeman, Kirsty Welsh, Lucy Blanchard and the club's boat crew.

They earned their squad call-ups after round one of the Wide Bay Capricorn Branch Premiership Series at Tannum Sands beach.

Cumming won his open men's swim and board races in both rounds while Baartz made a successful return to the Yeppoon club winning the open women's sprint, flag and board races.

Yeppoon's masters competitors (40-49 years division) to win events were Robertson and Geoff Cocker.

In the under-19 women's division Olde claimed the sprint and flags.

Yeppoon's Miranda Bell won her under-15 swims while Tessa Power could not be passed in the under-15 sprints.

Emu Park's Daniel Rye has continued his beach form winning the senior male beach flags while fellow club member Paul Urquhart won his masters 50 years and over male board race, ski, flags and beach sprint while John Auriac won his 4049 years masters male ski race.

The branch team, to contest the North Australian Championships in Mackay starting on November 25, will be finalised at Agnes Water on November 12.

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