Amid all the women's QS6,000 action, opening rounds of the Pro Junior women got underway.
As the Australia / Oceania JQS comes to an end for 2017, the WJC candidates have been decided and the list doesn't disappoint.
The South Coast hamlet comes to life for stop five of the Subway Surf Series JQS.
New Zealand's Te Kehukehu Butler and Gold Coaster Alyssa Lock take out the Trigg Subway Surf Series in Perth
Reef Heazlewood and Zahli Kelly continue their stellar run of results at pumping waves in Avoca.
The second stop of the Australia / Oceania JQS faces a drop in swell for the second day of competition.
The Australian surfer took down an international final at the Los Cabos Open of Surf in fun conditions at Zippers.
The Women's QS6000 finally got heats in the water after two lay days and spectators were treated to rising talents ripping Zippers.
Macy Callaghan vs. Alyssa Lock vs. Kirra Pinkerton
Alyssa Lock vs. Sol Aguirre
Teresa Bonvalot vs. Alyssa Lock vs. Sophie Bell