THE Mollymook Surf Lifesaving Club has wrapped up a strong summer season by collecting a number of masters medals at the 2021 Australian Titles.
Hosted by Maroochydore SLSC, Alexandra Headland SLSC and Mooloolaba SLSC, the top result for Mollymook came in the 35-39 years female beach flags, where Tegan Davies claimed gold - edging out Salt's Odette Blacklock and Kurrawa's Michelle Jeffress.
Monday also saw Mollymook's 140 years male surf boat team of Rhys Austin, Steven Craig, Ben Wolski, Ryan Gough and sweep Martin Drysdale secure silver, just behind winners Bundaberg.
The club's other silver medal came on Sunday with the 140 years female beach relay squad, where Davies was joined by Armalie Muller, Sue Keough and Ashlee Smart on the sand.
Taking gold in that race was Kurrawa, spearheaded by Mollymook product Melissa Cracroft-Wilson - who also won gold in the 30-34 years female beach flags and sprint.
The finals masters medal for Mollymook came via Smart, who finished with the bronze in the 35-39 years female beach sprint.
Other notable Mollymook results include fourth-place finishes for both Steine Lofts (30-34 years male beach sprint), Keough (35-39 years female 2km beach run) and the 140 years male beach relay team of Lofts, Glenn Beveridge, Todd Muller and Timothy O'Sullivan.
Davies also finished fifth in both the 35-39 years female beach sprint and 2km run, while Beveridge ended up in seventh in the 45-49 years male beach sprint.
In other South Coast masters news, Nowra-Culburra's Chad Poland, competing in the 35-39 years male section, claimed one second (2km beach run), two sixths (ironperson and surf race) and one eighth (board race) at the Sunshine Coast event.
With the masters section of the event wrapping up, the open's section kicks off on Wednesday, with the likes of Sam Zustovich, Payton Williams, Jack Bridges and Brock Scrivener, all competing.