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Surf City Squash Club prizegiving a chance to celebrate

TROPHIES were presented to club champions when the Surf City Squash Club held its annual prizegiving this month.

Club championships were held last month when, for the first time in 13 years, every grade was contested.

The turnout reflected the club's efforts to rebuild the player base, and members said it was great to see competitive squash at all levels.

Prizes awarded —

Men's Open: Rios Moleta.

Women's Open: Kandyce Bevan.

Men's B Grade: Rios Moleta.

Women's B Grade: Kandyce Bevan.

Men's C Grade: Jonny Hardie.

Women's C Grade: Casey Miller.

Men's D Grade: Jereme Taylor.

Women's D Grade: Kiri Collier.

Men's E Grade: Kavagn Wanoa.

Women's E Grade: Demi Moleta

Men's F Grade: Reuben Hansman.

Women's F Grade: Rose Reiri.

Ungraded men's competition: Mika Steinmetz.

Ungraded women's competition: Laura Urquhart.

Junior Boys' Open: Ky Bartlett.

Junior Girls' Open: Maia Hogarth.

Secondary schoolboys: Ky Bartlett.

Secondary schoolgirls: Maia Hogarth.

Under-17 boys: Ky Bartlett.

Under-17 girls: Maia Hogarth.

Under-15 boys: Akira Makiri.

Under-15 girls: Lane Bartlett.

Intermediate boys: Fred Riddell.

Intermediate girls: Honor Phillips.

Under-13 boys: Fred Riddell.

Under-13 girls: Honor Phillips.

Primary boys: Hugo Phillips.

Primary girls: Millyela Lewis-Mouterde.

Most Improved Boy: Connor Starck.

Most Improved Girl: Honor Phillips.

TROPHY WINNERS: Surf City Squash Club members celebrated a successful year when they held their annual prizegiving this month. Among the trophy winners were, back (from left): Akira Makiri, Ky Bartlett and Lane Bartlett. Middle: Kavagn 'King' Wanoa, Kiri Collier, Casey Miller, Rose Reiri and Kandyce Bevan. Front: Jereme Taylor, Hugo Phillips and Honor Phillips. Picture supplied