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Dimity Stoyle claims the All Girls Surf Showdown...

Open pro winners : photo

All Girls Surf Showdown

Surfing Australia
Ballina Shire Far North Coast, NSW
12 - 14 June 2010 

Sunshine Coast’s Dimity Stoyle wins the All Girls Surf Showdown at Lennox Head

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 13 June, 2010 : - - Lennox Head, NSW -- The 18th annual and All Girls Surf Showdown enjoyed great waves at Lennox Head today for the 18th annual and biggest All Girl event in Australia.

The blue ribbon Southern Cross Credit Union Open Pro division saw a high quality field attack the final and the result went right down to the final two minutes when Sunshine Coast Queensland surfer Dimity Stoyle found the days highest scoring ride posting an outstanding 9.0 score to take a narrow victory over Cabarita’s Airini Mason (NSW).

“I knew I required a great score on that final ride and the wave lined up really well and I sort of threw caution to the wind, went for some big moves and stuck them – I felt good when I finished the ride and even better when I realized that wave won the final for me” said an elated Stoyle after her win.

Stoyle picked up a handy $1000 for her win and she’ll shortly resume her competitive season travelling to South Australia for the Fantastic Noodles Pro Junior in July. “ It’s a fantastic event here at Lennox Head, the waves have been great and the standard of girls surfing all weekend has been amazing” added Stoyle.

The two other Pro divisions saw wins to 18 year old Newcastle surfer Phillipa Anderson  who defeated Kirby Wright in the Freeform Junior Pro  while local Ballina surfer Melissa Combo surfed with superb style and confidence to win the All Girls Surfriders Club Longboard Pro final defeating Kirsty Webster (Banora Point).


Dimity Stoyle : photo


Results – 1st to 4th across all divisions

Southern Cross Credit Union Open Pro – Dimity Stoyle (Sunshine Coast), Airini Mason (Cabarita), Tyler Wright (Lennox Head), Kirby Wright (Lennox Head).
All Girls Surfriders Club  Longboard Pro – Melissa Combo (Ballina NSW) , Kirsty Webster, Mel Mott, Sharon Jackson.
Freeform Board Junior Pro – Phillipa Anderson (Newcastle/NSW), Kirby Wright, Dimity Stoyle, Kirsten Ogden.
All Girls Surfriders Over 40’s – Sandra English, Michel Blinkhorn, Sharon Jackson, Mel Mott.
Hive Swimwear Open B -  Ashlee Spence, Kimberly Hassel, Jenny Arnold, Eleanor Robertson.
Inner Beauty 14 and under – Kiani Dobbyn, Lucy Callister, Kobie Enwright, Olivia Wheeler.
Inner Beauty 16 and under – Letarcia Hurt, Kirsten Ogden, Bridget McCulloch, Stephanie Single.
All Girls Surfriders Club Over 28 – Jenny Boggis, Michel Blinkhorn, Sandra English, Melissa Sheringham.

A huge array of great sponsors joined to make this years All Girls Surf Showdown a success and they include -  Platinum  -Lennox Point Hotel, Southern Cross Credit Union, All Girls Surfriders Club, Inner Beauty, Freeform Board, Northern Star, Ballina Shire Council, Southern Cross Ten

Gold - Hive Swimwear, Lennox Head Newsagency, Triple X Wetsuits, Creatures of Leisure, Lois Buckett Real Estate, Lennox Head Beachfront Apartments, Elders Lennox Head, Eyereflect Photography, Bluesphere Photography, Ramada Hotel Ballina, Mark Waller Artist, Anna Niblic Heggie Artist, Deb Tinker Designs, John Derrey Byron Images, Jake Baker Adventure Flights, Air T&G Helicopter Flights, Byron Bay Dive, Hoopuku Surfing Byron Bay

Silver -  Lennox Pharmacy, Lennox Head Physiotherapy, Lennox head Dental, Florentina Flowers, Koala Tea, Subway Lennox Head, Riley Burnett, All Above Board, Mi Thai Restaurant, Lennox Pizza and Pasta, Quatro Restaurant, Pancho Villa Mexican Restaurant, Fishy Fishy Lennox Head, Byron Bay Longboarders, Byron Bay Cookie Company, Mullet Hair Lennox Head, Jordans Farm Fruit Shop, Lennox Point Bakery, Bay Action , Speed Surf, Jenny Boggis Surf Coaching, Sounds Good Weddings and Functions, Byron Fresh Seafood and Lennox Head Osteopathic and Chiropractic Centre! – Apologies if we missed a sponsor here. 

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