The Surf Life Saving WA Nipper & Youth Awards presented by the Scottish Masonic Charitable Foundation of Western Australia are a way to recognise and celebrate the outstanding achievements of our Nipper and youth members across Western Australia.
Now in it’s third year, we are delighted to recognise the hard work of the finalists and award recipients, who have been nominated for their contributions across a range of areas and will be recognised at the event ceremony to be held in Saturday, 8 October 2022.
Categories to be awarded will include the U15 Lifesaver, Youth Official, Surf Sports Champions and the Nipper and Youth of the Year
We also extend our thanks to the Scottish Masonic Charitable Foundation of Western Australia for their ongoing support of these awards and our youth programs.
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