U10 female skiers: 1st Justine Mosumgaard, 2nd Grace Walsh, 3rd Malia Rowell (Chris Gareau photo)

First Shamrock Cup of 2019

Full results from Smithers Ski and Snowboard and Club races, plus Abby Award + Shamrock Cup winners.

The Smithers Ski and Snowboard club held its first Shamrock Cup of the season Saturday.

Along with the awards given for the day’s races, Shamrock Cups for last year and the club’s winner of its Abby Award were announced.

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U10 male skiers: 1st Logan Buchanan, 2nd Corbin Weinstein, 3rd Jimmy Fitzmaurice (Chris Gareau photo)

U6 male skiers: 1st Hunter Bellis, 2nd Harrison Anderson (Chris Gareau photo)

U6 female skiers: 1st Aria Menzel, 2nd Makenna Macneil, 3rd Evie Stam (Chris Gareau photo)

U6 female skiers: 1st Aria Menzel, 2nd Makenna Macneil, 3rd Evie Stam (Chris Gareau photo)

U8 female skiers: 1st Francesca Levenson, 2nd Sadie Durnin, 3rd Anika Northcott (Chris Gareau photo)

U8 male skiers: 1st Kalum Anderson, 2nd (not pictured) Sawyer Hirshfield, 3rd Sage Cooper, 4th Oliver Ongman (Chris Gareau photo)

U6 female snowboarder: 1st Elise Murdoch

U8 female snowboarders: 1st Peyton Murdoch, 2nd Brielle Pott, 3rd Niyaa Donio (Chris Gareau photo)

U10 female snowboarders: 1st Ivy Fielding, 2nd Dharma Chaplin, 3rd Lola Wilson (Chris Gareau photo)

U10 male snowboarder (centre, hooded): 1st Lachlan Beere (Chris Gareau photo)

U12 female skiers: 1st Kanna Kurihara, 2nd Cassidy Collingwood, 3rd Mary Fitzmaurice (Chris Gareau photo)

U12 male skiers: 1st Dylan Hikisch, 2nd Sam Weinstein, 3rd Milo Macdougall (Chris Gareau photo)

U12 female snowboarders: 1st Mckinley Groves, 2nd Cedar Rysavy, 3rd Mattea Williams, 4th Piper Johns (Chris Gareau photo)

U12 male snowboarders: 1st Leif Fielding, 2nd Ryder Morrison, 3rd Maxim Levenson, 4th Marcus Perestrelo (Chris Gareau photo)

U14 female skiers: 1st Ava Macdougall, 2nd Bridie Hikisch, 3rd Zoey Thom-Lucy (Chris Gareau photo)

U14 female snowboarders: 1st Megan Fraser, 2nd (not pictured) Avril Thom-Lucy, 3rd Poppy Sakals (Chris Gareau photo)

U14 male snowboarder: 1st Max Perestrelo (Chris Gareau photo)

Abby Award-winner Kaylee Johnston gets her award for the fun and passion she brings to the sport. (Chris Gareau photo)

Shamrock Cup winners for last season Liam, Chloe and Max presented with their trophies Saturday. (Chris Gareau photo)

Special Olympics skiers: 1st Luke Smith, 2nd Torben Schuffert (Chris Gareau photo)

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