Club has fun making Waves

Jock Tatterson has some fun. 160774

THE Surfside Waves celebrated its inaugural season in the new pavilion in style.
For the club’s record-breaking 15 Miniroos teams – from under-7s to under-11s – they had a wonderful day of minisports.
All the players had a fantastic time from tug-of-war and cricket and a heap of other sports organised by Miniroos co-ordinator Kirsten Royle.
The food was fantastic, organised by Andy and Petty from the Ocean Grove Hotel, with parents treated to roasts with salads and the kids with snags and drinks and other treats. Each team was presented with medals and the club thanked the coaches and other volunteers.
The club’s juniors this year were treated with bubble soccer. The weather turned out for the day and all seven teams had the chance to play bubble soccer before each team was presented with their medals.
Hot dogs, drinks and other treats were served and many players stayed and continued to have a game of soccer in the bright warm sunshine.
The Waves were very appreciative of all coaches and parent helpers on the pavilion board of management.