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Bronte Express the Incorporating Tamarama, Charing Cross and Clovelly by Duncan Horscroft 0413 217 490 February 2008 Young Guns Blazing In Pro Junior Ranks by Duncan Horscroft


surfer Laura Enever among the Australian competitors it shows the depth of the Pro Junior circuit and also shows that even the top performers are vulnerable.


Wylie Moyes stamped his authority on some of the best juniors in the world with a standout round one showing...


That was the case with Cul- burra’s Fitzgibbons, losing in the semis to overall winner Lee Ann Curren from France - daughter of three-time world champion Tom. The winner of the men’s divi- sion was Stuart Kennedy from Lennox.


Another surfer climbing through the ranks is Maroubra’s Max Ayshford, who did not com- pete at Bells.


hile the Eastern Suburbs beaches are proud to have three professional surfers on the ASP World Tour some of the juniors are now standing up and being recognised.


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At the first Pro Junior event for the year, the $35,000 Kustom Jetty Surf Pro at Bells Beach, five young local surfers proved they could mix it with the best and hopefully use the junior circuit to launch in to the big time, like their professional peers Tom Whitaker, Jessi Miley-Dyer and Nicola Atherton.


The best performer was 60 • the Beast


Bronte’s Caleb Reid, who bowed out in round five, while Bondi’s Perth Standlick made it through to the fourth round.


Wylie Moyes stamped his authority on some of the best juniors in the world with a stand- out round one showing, before making a round two exit. And it’s not just the boys mak- ing their mark with Phoebe and Olivia Miley-Dyer - Jessi’s twin sisters - also putting in formidable performances.


With the likes of recently- crowned world junior champion Sally Fitzgibbons and Sydney


But the youngster won the Under 16 division of the presti- gious Quiksilver Grommet titles in South Australia late last year to become No.1 seed for the Under 16 division of the Quiksilver ISA World Junior Championships to be held in France in May. The big guns will be back in action from February 23 on the Gold Coast for the Quiksilver and Roxy Pros, with Whitaker looking to improve on his 13th spot in the 2007 rankings and Jessi Miley- Dyer keen to better her year-end 8th spot, while Atherton is hoping to excel in her rookie year on the pro tour. Good luck to all.


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