South African bodyboarder Wes Fischer has won the Number 6 Brett Young Trials with a flawless display of riding in clean 3-4 feet waves at Cronulla point.

He was humble in his victory speech but out in the water showed the other side of his personality with a tradesman like approach to the final. “Thanks to God, my girlfriend and my sponsors” said Fisher.

“Happy to win but the job is not finished yet, its just beginning”. Second position went to Queenslands Mitch Rawlins with Newcastle’s Ben Gohl third and Jonathan Vega from Canary Islands forth.

The other eight qualifiers were:

Australian’s
Ryan Hardy
Brad Hughes
Chad Jackson
Jones Russell
Michael Chapple
Max Arent
Internationals
Airam Cabrera  (Canary Islands)
Charlie Chaplet (Re-Union Island)

Reserves
1)    Chris Wilson
2)    Michael Novy
3)    Ewan Donnachie
4)    Mark Parsons

Tomorrow will see the 32 riders assemble at the point for the “Pro Show” at 11am.

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