Big names and big scores on Day 2 of the Port Stephens Toyota NSW Pro.
Worth 6,000 qualifying points, and is the last, make-or-break opportunity for women trying to qualify for the 2018 elite Tour.
Zahli Kelly is awarded the WSL wildcard while Macy Callaghan looks to qualify for the CT at the Port Stephens Toyota NSW Pro.
The 16-year-old World Junior Champion is hoping to send a message at Lowers.
Semifinal draws are set in the Women's Pro Junior after a big day with a few major early exits on hand.
Along with the women's Championship Tour stop and the men's QS10,000, the Vans US Open also showcases the next generation of talent.
The 16-year-old is the only QS rookie in the top 10, and she's not done yet.
With the Paul Mitchell Neon Supergirl Pro coming up this weekend, see who needs big results to make -- or stay on -- the CT.
The Maui ripper earned runner-up last year and came back firing on all cylinders over an international field.
More international dominance and top North America threats highlighted the Quarterfinal matchups.
Tyler Wright vs. Macy Callaghan
T.Wright vs. M.Callaghan - Condensed Heat
Tyler Wright vs. Keely Andrew vs. Macy Callaghan