KIAMA will come alight this weekend when a number of NSW's best and most promising micro-groms battle it out for event three on the 2019/2020 Woolworths Surfer Groms Comps Series.
More than 100 competitors are expected to compete in the two-day event, which will see some of the nation's most promising young surfers competing for a range of prizes.
Surfing NSW CEO Luke Madden is expecting big things from competitors when the event gets underway on Saturday morning.
"We've seen two incredible Woolworths Surfer Groms Comps so far this year and the competition is been more exciting than we could have ever predicted," Madden said.
"We're expecting that the third event of the series will see competitors that are hungrier than ever to notch up a decent result before the series heads interstate in late October."
Up-and-coming South Coast ripper (and son of current Australian Champion Nic Squires), Mannix Greentree-Squires (Corrimal) is eager for the opportunity to surf an event on his doorstep and hopefully keep a title on the NSW South Coast.
"I can't wait to surf in the event this weekend," Greentree-Squires said.
"I've been looking at the results from the first two events and it looks like it's been some tough competition.
"Hopefully, I can keep a title on the south coast when the finals wrap up on Sunday afternoon."
Other South Coast products to compete in the event will include Ulladulla's Koby Jackson and Jess Ikin and Werri Beach's Bronte and Tamaroa Herft.
The main location for event three of the Woolworths Surfer Groms Comps Series is Jones Beach with backup locations of Bombo and Werri.