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2016-07-14 06:00
Jordy Maree from Kalk Bay in Cape Town won the premier u.18 division of the inaugural Quiksilver JBay Junior Pro held at Magnatubes in Jeffreys Bay on July 8 - 10.                                          Photo: ERNST OHLHOFF/SURFSPOT

Jordy Maree from Kalk Bay in Cape Town won the premier u.18 division of the inaugural Quiksilver JBay Junior Pro held at Magnatubes in Jeffreys Bay on July 8 - 10. Photo: ERNST OHLHOFF/SURFSPOT

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CRYSTAL Hulett from St Francis Bay won the premier u.18 girls’ division of the inaugural Quiksilver and Roxy JBay Junior Pro held at Magnatubes in Jeffreys Bay on July 8 - 10.

The event, which catered for boys and girls surfing under the age of eighteen, formed part of the 2016 JBay WinterFest which runs until July 17 offering a number of sporting and cultural events - including the JBay Open of Surfing.

Hulett pulled out all the stops late on in the heat to narrowly edge out an on-form Zoe McDougall from Hawaii.

Taking out the main boys division, the under 18 division, at the inaugural event this year was Cape Town’s Jordy Maree (Kalk Bay). Maree was on top form the whole event posting numerous scores in the excellent range and was unstoppable in the final. His lethal backhand attack was appreciated by the spectators and judges alike.

Quiksilver’s Sales and Marketing Mana-ger, Dane Patterson, says, “We really enjoyed being able to put this event on during the WinterFest this year, it is the best time to be in Jeffreys Bay.

“The juniors were stoked to be surfing good waves here and also being able to watch the world’s best out at Supertubes for the JBay Open.”

  • The Quiksilver and Roxy JBay Junior Pro was a 3A PST-rated Surfing South Africa event with total prize money of R22 000.

RESULTS

Boys u.18

1. Jordy Maree from Kalk Bay

2. Beavn Willis from Salt Rock

3. Adin Masencamp from Strant

4. Luke Sljpen from Llandudno

Girls u.18

1. Crystal Hulett from St Francis Bay

2. Zoë McDougall from Hawaii

3. Kai Woolf from Jeffreys Bay

4. Danica Stockigt from East London

Boys u.16

1. Sebastian Williams from Durban

2. Angelo Faulkner from Jeffreys Bay

3. Luke Sljpen from Llandudno

4. Saxton Randall from Durban

Girls u.16

1. Zoë McDougall from Hawaii

2. Kai Woolf from Jeffreys Bay

3. Kirsty McGillivray from Jeffreys Bay

4. Snenhlanhlana Makhubu from Durban

Boys u.14

1. Mitch du Preez from East London

2. Aya Gericke from Wilderness

3. Mano Robb from Kommetjie

4. Reilly Mare from East London

Girls u.14

1. Gabi Lailvaux from Westbrook

2. Kayla Nogueira from Durban

3. Kelly Fenton from Jeffreys Bay

4. Snenhlanhlana Makhubu from Durban

Boys u.12

1. Daniel Emslie from East London

2. Christian Venter from Melkbosstrand

3. Alex Townsend from Kommetjie

4. Brad Scott from Hout Bay

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