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HEADING FOR SHORE: Waikanae's Christy Tate on course for a win in the open female ski race final of the Ralph Morse Shield Gisborne Tairawhiti senior surf lifesaving championships at Waikanae Beach over the weekend. Waikanae retained the shield with Midway second and Wainui third. Story on back page. Pictures by Paul Rickard
flying the wainui flag: Wainui's contingent may have been small but they gave it plenty, including Hannah Webb in the under-15 female ski race.
victory in sight: Midway's Jayha Egan won the under-17 female ski final.
PADDLE POWER: Midway's Tyron Evans gives it his all in the under-17 male ski final. He was second to clubmate Jack Lepper.
RIDING THE WAVE: Midway's Yahni Brown powers his way back to the beach to win the the under-15 male ski title.
jack be quick: Waikanae's Jack Keepa was a standout over the Gisborne Tairawhiti senior surf lifesaving champs including victories in the under-19 and open male ironman events.
ANOTHER WAIKANAE WIN: Georgie Pitkethley added more points to Waikanae's coffers with a win in the open female board final.
best on the board: Waikanae's Lachie Falloon won the open male board race final.
SURF RACE WINNER: Lauren Pickett - Waikanae runs through the shallows and towards the finish line and first place in the open female surf race.