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Coolum under-9 nippers, back row, Jett Callard, Riley Modini, Matti Graham, Joel Cavell, Dylan Carolan, Josh Thompson and, front row, Abbey Charlton, Lattisha Malic, Jade Degioia and Isabella Considine.
Coolum under-9 nippers, back row, Jett Callard, Riley Modini, Matti Graham, Joel Cavell, Dylan Carolan, Josh Thompson and, front row, Abbey Charlton, Lattisha Malic, Jade Degioia and Isabella Considine.

This week saw another marvellous effort from the under-11 and under-12 nippers at the Mooloolaba Carnival held last Saturday and Sunday.

Great fun was had by all and those who participated really made the club proud.

Once again, many thanks to those who volunteered to help at the carnival with organisation, transportation, officials, water safety and team managers.

Meanwhile, back on Coolum Beach, a fantastic day was had by those nippers who attended. The weather and water were beautiful.

The nippers enjoyed practicing flags, sprints and spent a lot of time in the water, swimming, using boards and wading.

It was great to see so many smiling faces. Thanks go to the Coolum cadets and our new bronzeys for their support with water safety.

Good luck to the under-8 to under-10 nippers attending this Saturday’s Redcliffe carnival.

There will be nipper activities for all ages on Coolum Beach this Sunday. For more information, phone Paul Hampson on 0428 181 766.

- Mick Robinson


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