PIHA DAY OF GIANTS - THIS SATURDAY 24 FEBRUARY from 10.30am - 2.30pm

The 2024 Patrol Roster  - Click here to view

SURF SPORTS

MAKING WAVES ACROSS THE BOARD

WE'RE UP THERE WITH THE BEST!

Piha Surf Life Saving Club’s competition teams are going from strength to strength. Our Junior, Senior Surf, Boat Teams and IRB Racing teams represent us with typical Piha pride.

Anyone in Junior Surf or patrolling at Piha can compete for the Club.

SENIOR COMPETITION SQUAD

COMPETITIVE LIFEGUARDING

The Piha SLSC Senior Surf Squad is comprised of approximately 30 athletes who train in the capable hands of Piha Coach Conor Bradding. Throughout the year they are out in the elements and take pride in honing their lifeguarding abilities through competitive sport. With disciplines ranging from beach flags, beach relays, ski, double ski, board to full blown Iron courses it is all-in with no looking back.


Piha has a proud history of competition and our squad is continuing to evolve. If you are keen on being part of this incredible team - just get in touch.

PIHA SURF BOAT TEAMS

SURFING THE BIG WAVES

Led by Boat Captain JP Smit, with the support of one of the most experienced athletes in the water; Mr Mark 'Horse' Bourneville, Piha 'Boaties' are a force to be reckoned with and have a history to be proud of.


Team Manager Debi Jacka currently oversees four crews of dedicated athletes that all love the thrills and spills of the white water. Some even tasting the success of wearing the Silver Fern and representing New Zealand overseas.

Support our crews: 

Piha Piranhas - U19 Women

Piha Pirates - U23 Women

Piha Pineapples - U23 Men

Piha Priapists - Open Men


If you would like to continue on the strong history of Piha SLSC in the Surf Boat world, reach out to our team - and perhaps you could find yourself in one of the hot seats!

IRB RACING

WHITE KNUCKLE RIDERS!

Whilst the IRB teams at Piha SLSC are only at the beginning of their journey - there is a core group of athletes that are making the white water their happy place. Led by Piha Club Captain Michael Lockie, these die-hards train all through the winter in any weather and are always keen to get wet and rev the throttle to test their skills.