After four day of competition in the 2018 Sea Harvest SA Junior Surfing Championships, defending champions Cape Town Surfriders and Buffalo City go into the final day of at Lower Point in Jeffreys Bay with 13 of their 23 team members still in the event.

Hot on their heels are 2017 runners up, eThekweni who have 11 surfers still competing while hosts Nelson Mandela Bay and Ugu will face the final day of surfing with 7 of their 23 surfers in the running for titles.

Day four produced more fine weather and highly contestable surf as the field of over 200 boys and girls was whittled down to 56.
These final fifty six will compete in semi-finals and finals until the eight 2018 age group SA Champions are crowned tomorrow afternoon. (Sunday October 7th)

Liveheats will provide the scores for every wave ridden in each of the semis and finals to all mobile devices on the Final Day of competition. To access this information go to
Heat results are updated on this platform as they are completed.

Updates and photos will be published throughout the event on the Surfing SA Facebook page and a 26 minute overview of the 2018 Sea Harvest SA Junior Championships will be broadcast on Supersport later in October.

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).
The event is sponsored by Sea Harvest and supported by the Kouga Municipality and the Department of Sport and Recreation South Africa.   

SA Junior Team member and U16 Girls semi finalist Zoe Steyn of Buffalo City. Photo Kody Mcgregor


U18 Boys semi finalist Lele Zozi of the Cape Winelands Team. Photo Kody Mcgregor

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