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Merewether chasing finals success

RIGHT BEHIND YOU: Merewether Surfboard Club star Ryan Callinan races up the beach in vain to the change-over area during the teams section of the Australian Boardriders Battle national final at Newcastle last year. Picture: Max Mason-HubersJACKSON Baker believes a simple approach will be best when MerewetherSurfboard Club shoot for redemption at the Australian Boardriders Battle national final at Newcastle this weekend.
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Merewether will carry Hunter hopes, along with the winner of Saturday morning’s host wildcard trials, into the annual Surfing Australia clubs event.

Third, sixthandthird in the first three national finals held at Cronulla, Merewether narrowly missed the teams decider last year when the contest debuted at Newcastle.

Merewether fell a countback short of making the decisive teams section grand final in 2017 after a time penalty in the quarter-finals proved costly.Final surfer RyanCallinan was left limited time to chase a score to ensure atop-two finish and was late returning to the change-over area.

Avoca, featuring championship tour surfers Matt Wilkinson and Adrian Buchan and 2018 addition Wade Carmichael, went on to win the crown.

Callinanstarred in the skins section last yearandspearheads a strong 2018 line-up for Merewether, who won their regional qualifying event.

Baker, Travis Lynch, Philippa Anderson, junior Madison Poole and Mitchel Ross are also in the 2018 squad, which hasLuke Egan as coach. Thereserves are Jackson Brent, Gus Nicholson, Amelie Burke and Marc Adam.

This year, Merewether meet Tasmanian club South Arm, Sydney’sElouera and Culburra, who include Tyler, Owen and Mikey Wright, in the teams and women’s rounds. In the knockout skinssection, they face Culburra andBurleigh Heads.

Baker, who has been in top form with back-to-back titles on the World Surf League qualifying series, believed Merewether just had to keep a simple game plan.

“We’ve got a good little team this year but we can’t get caught up in that we’re the local team and we have theadvantage of the crowd,” Baker said.

“We’ve just got to surf. I think everyone has just got to get fives and you pretty much win.

“It’s not hard, but we’ve done it before and thought about it way too much.”

Huge north-east swell is predicted for the event and Anderson, who will take on world champion Tyler Wright in the women’s, hoped local knowledge would pay off.

“Hopefully we can get it together,” Anderson said.

“We’ve got a pretty solid team and all of us have surfed Newcastle quite a bit so if it gets bigger, hopefully we’ll be able to handle it and just have some fun.

“It’s always a good event.It’s just the grassroots of surfingand, as a kid, probably the first events that you do are boardriders.

“I know all the groms from Merewether are always down there cheering at club events, hoping that once they get older, they can compete in the team one day. So it’s just a really good vibe.”

​Twenty-four clubs, manyfeaturingcurrent and former championship toursurfers, will compete.

The Australian Boardriders Battle final will be shown live on Channel 9’s GO! channel onSunday from1pm. Fox Sports More (Channel 507) will broadcast the entire weekend live from8am to 6pmdaily.

The qualifiers are:

BURLEIGH HEADS BOARDRIDERS CLUB (QLD)

SNAPPER ROCKS SURFRIDERS CLUB (QLD)

NORTH SHORE BOARDRIDERS CLUB (QLD)

POINT LOOKOUT BOARDRIDERS CLUB (QLD)

SCARBOROUGH BOARDRIDERS CLUB (NSW)

ULLADULLA BOARDRIDERS (NSW)

MAROUBRA UNITED BOARDRIDERS (NSW)

MEREWETHER SURFBOARD CLUB (NSW)

AVOCA BOARDRIDERS (NSW)

NORTH STEYNE BOARDRIDERS (NSW)

BYRON BAY BOARDRIDERS (NSW)

LE-BA BOARDRIDERS (NSW)

COFFS HARBOUR BOARDRIDERS (NSW)

MARGARET RIVER BOARDRIDERS CLUB (WA)

SOUTH COAST BOARDRIDERS (SA)

PHILLIP ISLAND BOARDRIDERS CLUB (VIC)

SOUTH ARM BOARDRIDERS (TAS)

CULBURRA BEACH BOARDRIDERS CLUB (NSW)

ELOUERA BOARDRIDERS CLUB (NSW)

NORTH NARRABEEN BOARDRIDERS CLUB (NSW)

BONDI BOARDRIDERS (NSW)

NORTH SHELLY BOARDRIDERS CLUB (NSW)

TORQUAY BOARDRIDERS CLUB (VIC)

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