Crunch weekend for Sunshine Coast surfers

IN THE TOP TIER: Keely Andrew at the Roxy Pro France.
IN THE TOP TIER: Keely Andrew at the Roxy Pro France. Kelly Cestari

SURFING: Mooloolaba's Keely Andrew was expected to resume her world Championship Tour campaign in round three of the Maui Women's Pro in Hawaii on Saturday morning.

The rookie was due to collide with Tyler Wright and Coco Ho upon resumption in the season-ending event.

Meanwhile, Wurtulla goofy footer Mitch Coleborn was set to get back into action at the last men's Qualifying Series event of the year.

He went into the 10,000-point Vans World Cup needing to finish second and have a string of results go his way to have any hope of earning a berth on next year's Championship Tour.

He was due to compete in a round three heat featuring Matt Wilkinson when the event resumes.

The Sunshine Coast's top young surfers are due to compete in the final rounds of the Australian Junior Surfing Titles at Phillip Island on Saturday.

Siena Hanna and Amber Dods will press their claims after earning spots in the under-18 girls semi-finals.

Alister Reginato has his sights on the under-16 boys title after getting a spot in the grand final.

Coasters, including Reginato, are also due to feature in grand finals of the School Sport Australia teams divisions.

Topics:  alister reginato keely andrew mitch coleborn

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