Ewing And Enright Take Out Subway Surf Series At Avoca

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Ethan Ewing Winning the Subway Surf Series Avoca : Surfing NSW/Smith[/caption] Heazlewood, although coming within seconds of taking top honours was still positive with his second place finish. “It was so inconsistent and I couldn’t see one coming so I was confident I was going to win,“ Heazlewood said.  “Ethan surfed that last wave really well so he definitely deserved to win. I’m really happy with second.” Enright kept busy in the final against Alyssa Lock (Tweed Heads, NSW), taking off on a number of waves, finding two that opened up enough for her to complete a number of manoeuvres, a hard feat in small conditions. For her efforts she was scored a heat total of 14.10 by the judges, which was enough to take her first Pro Junior win of the 2016 Subway Surf Series. “After getting knocked in the first round at the last contest I was stoked to make a few heats, but am over the moon to take the win,” Enright said. “It’s always hard coming up against a good friend from home especially when its small and tough conditions like this. I wanted to catch as many waves as possible because you never knew which one was going to run or offer a wall so once I got a good one I felt I was on a bit of a role. Hopefully I can keep this form in the next few contests.” [caption id="attachment_18015" align="aligncenter" width="1600"]Kobie Enright Winning the Subway Surf Series Avoca : Surfing NSW/Smith Kobie Enright Winning the Subway Surf Series Avoca : Surfing NSW/Smith[/caption] Lock surfed an amazing event but was unable to match it with Enright in the final. This second place is Lock’s best result so far in 2016. “I’m really happy to make the final,” Lock said. “I tried so hard all of last year, but it’s so hard with the level of talent at these events. It was a bit of a game of chance out there, if you were in the right spot you could get a score, but it was hard to find where those waves would be. Surfing with Kobie out there was like a freesurf, I’m really happy for her to take the win.” Competitors now shift their focus to the next event on the Subway Surf Series at Phillip Island which will run from March 5 to 6. For more information on this event go to www.worldsurfleague.com or check the WSL App. The WSL sanctioned Subway® Pro Junior events, next heads in NSW with Avoca set to play host to the third event of the 2016 series. The Subway® Surf Series form part of the 2016 WSL Australasian Junior Qualifying Series (JQS), providing the winning athletes with an opportunity to win a coveted world title, at the WSL World Junior Championships in early 2017. The Subway® Surf Series is proudly supported by WSL, Surfing Australia and Billabong. RESULTS Boys 1 – Ethan Ewing (Point Lookout, Qld) 2 – Reef Heazlewood (Moffatt Beach, Qld) Girls 1 – Kobie Enright (Tweed Heads, NSW) 2 – Alysssa Lock (Tweed Heads, NSW) SUBWAY® SURF SERIES EVENT CALENDAR – 2016: SUBWAY® PRO JUNIORS Gold Coast, QLD – January 19-20, 2016 Margaret River, WA – February 6, 2016 Avoca, NSW – February 13-14, 2016 Philip Island, VIC – March 5-6, 2016 Fleurieu Peninsula, SA – March 19-20, 2016 Kiama, NSW – April 9-10, 2016 Cronulla, NSW – April 30 – 1st May, 2016]]>

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