Nippers are back on the beach

The first Nipper training day for the 2008-09 season was held on Sunday, and what a beauty!

The surf and beach conditions were ideal. Everyone is hoping the remainder of the season is the same.

Publicity officer Mick Robinson once said that the Coolum Nippers looked like hundreds of solider crabs on the beach.

Well, we’re back and the tourists must have wondered where all our Nippers came from.

Nipper training for all ages this Sunday will be at the Groin at Noosa at 8am.

It is best to arrive early to secure a parking spot.

The Met Caloundra Teams Carnival under 11s to under 14s will be being held on Saturday, November 1. Nominations close on Sunday, October 5.

All nominations are to be made to Pauline Burrows at the Nipper assembly area.

— For further inquiries phone Paul Hampson on 0428 181 766.

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