• Junior Surf Prizegiving (13/04/2016)

    WHOOP WHOOP - after 4 carnivals MARANUI SLSC is 1st Overall. MARANUI - 1756 points, Lyall Bay - 690points, Titahi Bay - 573 points, Worser Bay - 517 points, Otaki - 332 points, Paekakariki - 313 points, Foxton - 77 points, Levin-Waitarere - 68 points, Palmerston North - 19 points, Riversdale - 8 points. Congratulations Maranui Clubbies on taking out top Wellington Junior Club again! Well done everyone, that's an awesome result.  Go Maranui!

    A HUGE THANKS you to all the athletes, coaches, managers, officials, marshalls, lifeguards, sponsors, parents and supporters for making it another fantastic season and successful season. You ALL Rock!

    Our last junior surf session on Sunday 13 March was followed by Prizegiving, Shared BBQ, Lolly Scramble and loads of FUN.

    Congratulations to the following Maranui Surf Members who received awards at the Junior Prizegiving.

    RESULTS:

    U8
    Male – Jackson Hill
    Female – Neve Dunlop

    U9
    Male – Quinn Kirk
    Female – Ella Strang

    U10
    Male – Will Tahau
    Female – Olive Tahau

    U11
    Male – Luka Kirk
    Female – Asha Pulepule

    U12
    Male – Sam Brown
    Female – Tamrah Titcombe

    U13
    Male – Lucas Raimbault
    Female – Sophie Irving

    U14
    Male - Che Pulepule
    Female - Mollie Dewar

    Most Improved U10
    Male – Harry Irving
    Female – Sarah Hay

    Most Improved U14
    Male – Kano Hill

    Female – Jessica Sutherland

    Academy
    Male – Henry Murdoch
    Female - Maeve O’Regan - Smith


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  • OCEANS'16 (14/03/2016)

    Maranui's team of 44 athletes had a brillant 4 days competing at Under-14 New Zealand Surf Life Saving Championship in Mt Maunganui. We entered a total of 475 individual and team events. Thia year 896 athletes from 45 clubs competed at Oceans'16.
    What a great four days, lots of fun and a great team spirit. Go MARANUI! Well done to all our team of 44 athletes who have been achieved great results - you guys are legends.

    RESULTS:
    12 medals in total were won by Maranui - WOOHOO!

    INDIVIDUAL MEDAL WINNERS
    GOLD, U12 Mens Surf Race - Sam Brown
    GOLD, U13 Womens Run Swim Run - Sophie Irving
    SILVER, U13 Womens Beach Sprints - Taika Davis
    BRONZE, U12 Womens Run Swim Run - Tamrah Titcombe
    BRONZE, U12 Mens Diamond - Sam Brown
    BRONZE, U13 Womens Run Swim Run - Lucy Reid
    BRONZE U14 Mens Surf Race - Che Pulepule

    TEAM MEDAL WINNERS
    GOLD, U12 Womens Board Relay - Tamrah Titcombe, Anna Tirikatene, Holly Reynolds
    SILVER, U12 Mixed Grand Cameron - Tamrah Titcombe, Logan Brown, Sam Brown, Anna Tirikatene, Hugo Blackwood, Holly Reynolds
    SILVER, U12 Mens Tube Rescue - Sam Brown, Logan Philp
    SILVER, U13 Womens Tube Rescue - Sophie Irving, Lucy Reid
    BRONZE, U12 Mens Board Relay - Sam Brown, Logan Philp, Hugo Blackwood

     L-R Logan Philp, Hugo Blackwood, Sam Brown, Che Pulepule, Chris Mark (Head Coach), Sophie Irving, Taika Davis, Lucy Reid, Anna Tirikatene, Tamrah Titcombe, Holly Reynolds.

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  • WAITANGI WEEKEND (07/02/2016)

    JUNIOR SURF is on this Sunday 7 February.

    6-9 year olds (U7 - U10), 10am - 11am
    10-13 year olds (U11 - U14), 11.30am - 12.30pm
    See you all this Sunday.

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  • IRB training grows (07/06/2015)

    IRB training has had an increase in candidates this year. Our number has swelled to a massive 15 candidates.

    IRB training runsfrom the end of the season to the beginning of the next. In that time IRB Instructors Marc Pulepule and Kieran O'Sullivan teach and subject candidates to a wide range of IRB techniques and conditions. Our instructional team has been boosted by having IRB operators John Tuia, Matthew Davies and Anna McDonnell getting involved both on land and in the sea.

    Obstacles that face IRB candidates being considered for IRB qualifications have been gaining their pre-requisites.

    Following the IRB pathway, pre-requisites that IRB candidates must gain are First Aid and VHF qualifications. Maranui Chief Instructor Marc Pulepule has provided an environment where all candidates have access to gaining these qualifications through our in-house training programme. Maranui will provide First Aid and now VHF in-house.

    Recently Geoff McDonnell has been certified to deliver the VHF programme. Congrats Geoff on becoming Maranui first VHF Instructor of late.

    IRB (Buzzy I.R.Bees) Class of 2014-2015 

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    Front row: (from left to right) Marc Pulepule (IRB Instructor, IRB Operator), Georgia Ford, Georgia Brown, Olivia Wood, Rachael Wilson

    Back row: (from left to right) FinnO'Neill, Liam Brown, John Tuia (IRB Operator), Geoff McDonnell (VHF Instructor), Michael Stuart, Caroline Lyons, Saffron Nemet-Sargent 

    Absentees: Kieran O'Sullivan (IRB Instructor, IRB Operator), Anna McDonnell (IRB Operator), Matthew Davies (IRB Operator), Finn Gaupset, Ishmael Perkins, Ben Tuesse, Mia Faiumu

  • Maranui Senior Prize Giving (18/04/2015)

    Our senior prize giving was held upstairs in the Cafe. Over 40 members turned out to celebrate the achievements of the senior part of the Club.

    This season Maranui sent a surf team to Centrals and Nationals. One of our competitiors (Ishmael Perkins) has flown the flag for Maranui in Australia competing in the Aussie Nationals. Lifeguards continue to train, improving our capability and maintaining a high standard. This season lifeguarding service recorded over 1000 hours at Oriental Bay, attended 19 First Aid incidents and made 3 rescues.

     

    Congratulations to the following recipients:

    Sportswoman of the Year

    Rachael Wilson

    Sportsman of the Year

    Ishmael Perkins

    Sportsperson of the Year

    Ishmael Perkins

    Sports Leadership Cup

    Liam Brown

    Rookie of the Year

    Georgia Brown

    Surf Official of the Year

    Nat Perkins

    Coach of the Year

    Anne Ferriss

    Surf Instructor of the Year

    Marc Pulepule

    Club Member of the Year

    Jason Reid

    Lifeguard of the Year

    Anna McDonnell

    Rescue(s) of the Year

    John Tuia

    Anna McDonnell

    Matthew Wood

    Quintin Tahau

    A big thank you to members/ personnel from behind the scene who helped make this event possible; Frances Russell (QSM, LM), Vanessa Proctor and Woodstock Florist, Sascha Nemet, Pascal Raimbault (photographer), Patricia Kelly, Bronwyn Kelly and Maranui Cafe, the Sports Committee, the Lifeguarding Committee.

    Our Celebration ended with a special presentation to one of our life members; the late Ron Simpson. Ron's legacy lives on through our Nipper programme with money he bequeathed. We heard from George Gallagher (Patron) about all his good work, his love for the junior juniors (as it was known back then in the 1940-50's). This money brought over 20 boards which have contributed to our success at Oceans breaking into the top 10 Clubs in the country. 

    A plaque was presented to the Simpson family; this is to be erected downstairs in the boatshed to mark Ron's generosity and love for Nippers (Junior Juniors).

    We thank him for all he has done for the Club. He will be remembered. 

     

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