Admin - Tuesday 17th March 2015, 05:35pm

Lifesaving in a Strong State

As a free, non-profit service, Dial Before You Dig NSW/ACT is a major supporter of surf lifesaving.

The NSW Surf Life Saving Championships are the largest event on the 2014/15 surf lifesaving calendar to be held in this State.

The 2015 NSW Surf Life Saving Championships were co-hosted by Ocean Beach and Umina Surf Lifesaving Clubs.

The State’s premier surf event has been held at this location for the last three years. It attracts more than 7000 competitors from all over NSW, along with 600 volunteer officials and up to 15,000 family and spectators.

It was a stellar event for Dial Before You Dig crews, with seven crews making the semi finals and six reaching the final in their respective divisions.

Crews from Cudgen Headland, Bondi, Moruya and Mona Vale featured.

Special attention also goes to the Austinmer crews who raced in their Dial Before You Dig livery from the Ocean Thunder Pro Surfboat series.

The Australian surf lifesaving championships on the Gold Coast in April will mark the end of the season.

Best of luck to all Dial Before You Dig crews at the Australian titles.

Honour Roll - 2015 NSW Surf Life Saving Championships

Open Women
Bondi - semi finalists
Austinmer - finalists (second)

Open Men
Austinmer - finalists (second)
Moruya - finalists (third)
Mona Vale - finalists (fourth)

Reserves Men
Mona Vale - finalists (fourth)

U19 Men
Austinmer - finalists (third)
Moruya - finalists (fifth)
Cudgen Headland - finalists (sixth)

U23 Women
Austinmer - finalists (first)

U23 Men
Mona Vale - finalists (fourth)

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Above: Moruya (left) and Bondi (right) in their Dial Before You Dig Surfboat Crew jackets

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Above: The Cudgen Headland U19 crew had a superb carnival, making the final. Sadly they couldn't cap it off with a win.

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Above: Moruya launched their new Dial Before You Dig boat a few weeks ago, and it served them well at the State titles.

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