Thursday September 26th – Surfers competing on Day Two of the of the 2019 Sea Harvest SA Junior Surfing Championships gave a sigh of relief when they were greeted with contestable 2-3 foot Lower Point surf on Day Two of this five day event.

After enduring an opening day of strong onshore winds and tough surf, the vibe on the beach at this iconic surf spot on Day Two was mellow, just like the waves and the weather.

Conditions were ideal for the U12 Boys who got proceedings going in style. For the second day in a row Cape Town Surfriders had something special to celebrate as talented Kommetjie surfer Levi Kolnik posted a 16 point heat score, which was the highest score of the contest so far.

Joining Kolnik as Round One heat winners were his Cape Town Surfrider’s team mate Ryan Schoon and two eThekwni Surfriders competitors, Matt Canning and Joshua Jefferis.

Round One of the U16 girls Division was next to compete and here all three heats were won by the 2019 National Junior Team members, Ceara Knight of Cape Town Surfriders, Zoe Steyn of Buffalo City Surfriders and Kayla Nogueira of eThekweni Surfriders.

Then it was the turn of the U14 Girls where Sarah Scott and Scarlette van Jaarsveldt of Cape Town Surfriders, Chloe Ribbink of eThekweni and Gemma Hannafey of Buffalo City won their first round encounters.

The U12 Girls Division was the last of the Round One heats to be held. Meka Loots of Buffalo City and Anastasia Venter of Cape Winelands both won their way through to the Final in this Division.

Day Two was completed by a number of Round Two Repercharge heats. In the Repercharges. competitors who did not progress directly to Round Three from Round One have a second chance to continue in the event.

All the details of the surfers who progressed from the first and second rounds are available on

Surfing South Africa uses Liveheats to provide up to the second heat scores to all mobile devices every day of the Sea Harvest SA Junior Championships. To access this information go and click on the Liveheats box or go directly to  

Heat results are updated on this platform as they are completed. Photos will be published on the Surfing SA Facebook page daily.

In a huge boost to this year’s event TCS-WiFi, powered by The Computer Shop, have plugged the entire Sea Harvest South African Junior Championships contest site into high speed wifi. Access is free of charge through TCS – WiFi.

The SSA Administrative Office office and the Event Officials as well as the surfers and members of the public now have free WiFi access via the ‘Junior Surfing Champs – Guests’ network which allocates 250 Megs of free data per day per device up until the Championships end on Sunday.
The Computer Shop Facebook details are:



The Sea Harvest SA Surfing Championships is a premier Surfing South Africa tournament. Surfing South Africa is the recognised governing body for the sport in South Africa and is a member of the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC), the African Surfing Confederation (ASC) and the International Surfing Association (ISA).

Meka Loots of Buffalo City. Photo Kody McGregor

Levi Kolnik of Cape Town Surfriders. Photo Kody McGregor

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