Schuch, Lindeman and Tucker lead Moore Park to supremacy



BRADEN Schuch, Chris Lindeman and Lana Tucker starred in a robust team performance as Moore Park won the Warren Massey Handicap Shield in the North Australian Surf Lifesaving Championships at Mackay.

It was business as usual for branch representatives Lindeman and Tucker, with the former continuing his outstanding beach form by claiming the open men's and under-19 sprint double.

He also picked up silver in the open and under-19 flags.

Tucker also snared gold in the open women's flags events and added dual bronze in the open women's sprint and board races.

But Schuch was the biggest surprise packet, powering to the under-11 male age champion trophy with gold in the board and silver in the ironman.

He also teamed with Bradon McMonigal for another silver in the under-11 board rescue.

Their under-12 beach relay team of Ainsleigh Coates, Tayla Stummer, Ben Davis and Stuart McKenzie also won bronze.

Moore Park's masters competitors were not to be outdone, with John McKenzie winning 45-49yr men's flags gold and sprint silver.

Julie Davis collected 40-44yr women's sprint and board silver and ironwoman bronze, while Calvin Boon grabbed 35-39yr male sprint bronze and silver in board rescue with Warren Ramsey.

Their masters beach relay team narrowly missed bronze after their anchorman John Davis still led with only 20m to go.



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