Nippers Revitalisation

Kempsey Crescent Head Nippers Revitalisation The Kempsey Crescent Head Surf Life Saving Club is holding registration days and swim proficiencies in the coming weeks for the start of the 2016/17 Nippers season. Kempsey Crescent Head Nippers President Alison Koivu said with the completion of the new surf club building, we are looking to expand our […]

2016/17 NIPPERS SEASON AND BRONZE

2016/17 NIPPERS SEASON Well as the weather finally starts to warm up and the winter blues fade, we are looking forward to the start of the 2016/17 Nippers Season. This year we are aiming to provide more opportunities for our nippers to train and compete at carnivals. We have recently received 11 new training and […]

2015/16 Club Awards

Kempsey – Crescent Head Surf Life Saving Club Surf Club members held their first Presentation Evening in the new Surf Club building on Saturday night. The night was very successful with a wide range of memberships in attendance to recognise the achievements of members through patrol, administration and competition. Ross Allan, Amy O’Brien and Connor […]

BLING FROM AUSSIES 2016

The Kempsey Crescent Head Surf Life Saving Club was well represented at the 2016 Australian Surf Life Saving Titles held on the Sunshine Coast at Alexandra Headland this month. Six boat crews represented the club in the Men’s 240+, the Ladies 160+ and the Men’s 180+, the Open Men’s Reserves, the Open Women’s and the […]

NEW BUILDING

The recently completed $2.5M Kempsey Crescent Head Surf Life Saving Club building enjoyed its first unofficial function on Christmas Eve when the doors were opened for the Classic Crescent Head Santa Surf. The building replaces the existing building which was built in the 1970’s which offers club members and the wider community the opportunity to […]

MAL’s win GOLD

The Kempsey Crescent Head MAL’s took home gold from this year’s Clubs NSW State Life Saving Championships held at Umina/ Ocean Beach. They went into the third and final round of the competition on equal points with Batemans Bay, last year’s defending champions. The ladies rounded the turning cans in second place needing a wave […]