It is currently 20 Sep 2021, 06:38

All times are UTC+11:00




Post new topic  Reply to topic  [ 6 posts ] 
Author Message
PostPosted: 10 Feb 2020, 18:00 
Offline
Club President

Joined: 08 Jun 2016, 11:46
Posts: 95
2020 Victorian state titles are fast approaching! this year we'll be diving along the bass coast/Phillip island area with some Mornington Peninsula spots as a backup. The competition is planned for the labour day long weekend 7/8/9th March, Monday will be the backup day if Saturday or Sunday are unsafe. Theres camping options, or houses for rent, on Phillip island and all along the coast for people travelling interstate.
All AUF members welcome!
Keep an eye out on our facebook page or on the 'competitions' thread on the forum for the time, locations or any changes.

This is a two day competition.


Attachments:
IMG_4233.jpg
IMG_4233.jpg [ 443.09 KiB | Viewed 1919 times ]
2020 State Titles - Info Pack (1).doc [681 KiB]
Downloaded 110 times

_________________
- JUST SEND IT -
Top
   
PostPosted: 02 Mar 2020, 20:56 
Offline
Club President

Joined: 08 Jun 2016, 11:46
Posts: 95
Only a week to go for the State Spearfishing Titles hosted by Southern Freedivers.
At this early stage conditions look best for Sunday/Monday however final call will be made on Thursday.
Long list of potential locations are as follows in no particular order:

Pyramid rock
Harmers haven
Kilcunda
Berry beach
Kitty miller
Cat bay
Cape Schanck ( backup).

Actual sites will be decided when the final call for the first day will be made on Thursday afternoon.
Dont forget catering and drinks provided after each days dive.

_________________
- JUST SEND IT -


Top
   
PostPosted: 05 Mar 2020, 18:14 
Offline
Expert Member (SFD)
User avatar

Joined: 25 Oct 2013, 21:57
Posts: 270
Location: Black Rock
The call on actual dive sites for the Vic state titles will be made Friday morning due to the conditions over the last few days. Comp will be held Sunday /Monday. We are waiting for a final forecast before the decision will be made about sites. Thanks for your understanding.

From the SFD Committee on Facebook.

_________________
Full time cameraman, videographer, boatie, flasher holder.


Top
   
PostPosted: 10 Mar 2020, 11:36 
Offline
Expert Member (SFD)
User avatar

Joined: 25 Oct 2013, 21:57
Posts: 270
Location: Black Rock
Victorian state titles day 1, Cats Bay, Phillip Island.

It seems the apprentice has become the master! Watto just passing Muz by 1 fish! It’s going to be a close battle tomorrow as Murray won’t be giving up easily.
26 divers signed on with 2 SA divers gracing us with their presence, and Geelong Freedivers also had representatives.
All divers were met with flat seas with Vis around the 8m mark with a bit of haze. The tide was running out all day which meant a hard slog back to sign off for those adventurous folk who swam all the way to the nobbies. Fish were sparse but patchy with a good area producing a few species at a time. There were plenty of sweep and zebra fish swimming around as well as the man eater dusky morwong, thankfully some divers brought in some fine specimens, no doubt saving a life in the future.
Many divers gave reports of sharks cruising around, Blake reported a Thresher shark out at the nobbies while Dave reported a BIG Seven Gill shark giving his fins a taste (his wetsuit may need a clean).
Kim and Dave cut it close signing off with 2 minutes to spare. 2 other divers were DQed for lateness.
All in all it seemed everyone had a fun dive and are ready for tomorrow’s dive at cape schanck. We hope to see you all there. The day 1 scores are as follows

Nathan Watson 11 species 1212.7pts 100%
Murray Petersen 10 species 1127.7pts 92.99%
Blake Riddle 10 species 1108.55pts
Kim Adair 9 species 1019.45pts 84.06%
Mitch Kornberg 9 species 1005.8pts 82.93%
Marcus Dorfstatter 9 species 1002.55pts 82.67%
Dave Scholefield 9 species 999.6pts
Chris Rogers 8 species 930.1pts 76.69%
Dean Riddle 8 species 874pts 72.07%
Spencer Gubbins 7 species 753.5pts 62.13%
Cam Fitzpatrick 6 species 669.55pts 55.21%
Bob Manning 6 species 653.75pts 53.90%
Malcome 6 species 653.15pts
Pencil (Wyatt) 5 species 567.72pts
Jarvis Espie 5 species 542.3pts 44.71%
Timmy Fitzpatrick 5 species 525.95pts 43.29%
Kade Beckley 4 species 449.15pts (DSQ)
Kurt Beckley 4 species 436.05pts (DSQ)
Nam Luong 4 species 424.65
Brendon Waller 2 species 216.2pts 17.82%
Odie Charles 2 species 212.75pts 17.54%
Joseph Bednarek 2species 212.76pts 17.46%
Kaylah Charles 2 species 210.2pts 17.33%

Meritorious fish : Rock Flathead 1175g (Bob Manning)

_________________
Full time cameraman, videographer, boatie, flasher holder.


Top
   
PostPosted: 10 Mar 2020, 11:36 
Offline
Expert Member (SFD)
User avatar

Joined: 25 Oct 2013, 21:57
Posts: 270
Location: Black Rock
Day 2 of the Victorian state titles was held today at Cape Schanck with 23 divers signing on.
Conditions were as predicted, strong easterly winds with a slight swell. This allowed divers to dive either side of the point which allowed everyone to spread out. Visibility was the same in most areas, around 10m~
Normality was restored with Muz winning the day with 16 species, well a head of Kim with 13 species, Watto followed closely behind with 12 fish.
Mitch learnt the hard way as to why divers take spare rubbers, he was out of the water by 11:25. He still managed to pull in 10 species which is a solid effort.
There were a few solid crayfish pulled up too
At the end of the day there were smiles all round capping off a sold 2 days of diving.
Thank you to everyone who helped organise the weekend both prior and in the day, many people don’t understand the effort that goes into these big events. Top job, it all ran smoothly.

The results for day 2 are as follows:

Murray Petersen (16 fish) 1872.05pts
Kim Adair (13 fish) 1504.85pts
Nathan Watson (12 fish) 1358.15pts
Dave Scholefield (11 fish) 1235.05pts
Mitchell Kornberg (10 fish) 1131.15pts
Blake Riddle (10 fish) 1129.5pts
Marcus Dorf (9 fish) 1026.75pts
Paul Dorf (9 fish) 1020.3pts
Dean Riddle (8 fish) 883.95pts
Chris Rogers (7fish) 807.7pts
Jarvis Espie (7 fish) 765.55pts
Spencer Gubbins (7 fish) 754.5pts
Joseph Bednarek (6 fish) 675.1pts
Galin Dimitrov (6 fish) 675.1pts
Odie Charles (4 species) 462.55pts
Nam Luong (4 species) 431.1pts
Pencil (4 species) 423.7pts
Timmy Fitz (3 fish) 322.1pts
Kade Beckly (3 fish) 321.3pts
Cam Fitz (2 fish) 212.35
Kaylah Charles (1 fish) 105.7pts
Kurt Beckly (1 fish) 104.25pts

Most meritorious fish for the entire comp was Marcus Sea Mullet, new state record! (2190g)

_________________
Full time cameraman, videographer, boatie, flasher holder.


Last edited by Mitch on 10 Mar 2020, 18:50, edited 5 times in total.

Top
   
PostPosted: 10 Mar 2020, 11:36 
Offline
Expert Member (SFD)
User avatar

Joined: 25 Oct 2013, 21:57
Posts: 270
Location: Black Rock
The overall standings for the Victorian state Spearfishing titles are as follows:

Murray Petersen 2999.75pts - Overall champion
Nathan Watson 2570.85pts
Kim Adair 2525.3pts
Blake Riddle 2238.05pts
Dave Scholefield 2234.65pts
Mitchell Kornberg 2136.95pts
Marcus Dorfstatter 2029.3pts
Dean Riddle 1757.95pts
Chris Rogers 1737.8pts
Spencer Gubbins 1508pts
Jarvis Espie 1307.8pts - Junior Champion
Pencil 991.42pts
Cam Fitz 911.9pts
Joseph bednarek 887.86pts
Nam loung 855.75 pts
Tim Fitz 848.05pts
Odie Charles 675.31pts
Galin Dimitrov 675.1pts
Bob Manning 653.75pts
Malcome Murphy 653.15pts
Kade Beckly 321.3pts
Kaylah Charles 315.9pts pts - Ladies Champion
Brendon Waller 216.2pts
Kurt Beckly 104.25pts

Congratulations to all that competed over these 2 days

_________________
Full time cameraman, videographer, boatie, flasher holder.


Top
   
Display posts from previous:  Sort by  
Post new topic  Reply to topic  [ 6 posts ] 

All times are UTC+11:00


Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest


You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot post attachments in this forum

Jump to:  
cron
Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited
[ GZIP: Off ]