Jill Noble: time for going up

Mark 'Scratch' Cameron and Jill Noble are the new Scottish Surfing champions.

The national competition was held in the famous wave located at Thurso-East.

Surfers battled in five divisions and the winners will represent Scotland in the ASP's O'Neill Cold Water Classic and qualify for a place in the Scottish National Surfing Team.

Wave were pretty decent at Thurso-East and the Scottish Surfing Federation should be happy for the overall quality of surfing.

OVERALL RESULTS:

OPEN
Mark 'Scratch' Cameron
Chris Noble
Mark 'Boydie' Boyd
Georgie Watt

LADIES
Jill Noble
Lizzy Sutherland
Dianne Ripoll
Angie Fraser

LONGBOARD
Sam Christopherson
Simon Parkinson
Boydie
Angus

JUNIORS
Louie Chadwick
Max Ferguson-Hook

SENIORS
Mark 'Scratch' Cameron
Sam Christopherson
Jason Burnett
Chris Noble

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