Currumbin Beach Vikings SLSC have managed to secure a sizeable lead of 75 points at the close of day two of competition at the 2018 National Pool Rescue Championships in Adelaide.
Following in the Gold Coast clubs’ wakes is Maroochydore SLSC on 180 points, Sydney’s Newport SLSC on 145 points, NSW Central Coast clubs Terrigal and Umina sit respectively in fourth and fifth place with WA’s Trigg island following in at sixth.
In the Masters, it is currently a neck and neck battle between South Australia’s West Beach SLSC and Queensland’s Tweed Heads & Coolangatta SLSC.
Completion will resume tomorrow morning at 08:30 am with the Pool Lifesaver relays, 100 Mannikin Carry, 50m Swims with Fins and Rescue Medley with all points accruing towards the champion Surf Life Saving Club and the Champion State.
Please find current standings below
|Current Standings 2018 National Pool Rescue Championships|
|1||Currumbin Beach =Vikings SLSC||255|
|6||Trigg Island SLSC||59|
|13||Avoca Beach SLSC||23|
|14||Port Noarlunga SLSC||19|
|15||City of Perth SLSC||17|
|16||Half Moon Bay SLSC||15|
|17||BMD Northcliffe SLSC||10|
|19||West Beach SLSC||8|
|Current Standings 2018 Pool Rescue Championships Masters|
|1||West Beach SLSC||117|
|2||Tweed Heads & Coolangatta SLSC||113|
|5||North Cottesloe SLSC||29|