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Denmark junior surfer Isi Campbell was knocked out in the quarterfinals of the Surf Dive 'n Ski Australian Junior Surfing Titles In Margaret River.
Camera IconDenmark junior surfer Isi Campbell was knocked out in the quarterfinals of the Surf Dive 'n Ski Australian Junior Surfing Titles In Margaret River. Credit: Blainey Woodham/Surfing Australia

Denmark junior surfer Isi Campbell has been eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Australian Junior Surfing Titles at Margaret River, which wrapped up on Friday.

Held at Margaret River’s main break, Campbell, pictured, reached the under-14s girls quarterfinal where she came up against Zahlia and Shyla Short (NSW) and Sarsha Pancic (QLD).

Campbell scored points on four waves but her highest two scores were used with 5.33 and 2.5 leaving her with a combined total of 7.83 and short of the top two.

Zahlia Short took out the quarterfinal with a score of 12 while Pancic (9.6) also progressed as Campbell’s run came to an end.

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Denmark junior surfer Isi Campbell won her two heats at the Surf Dive 'n Ski Australian Junior Surfing Titles In Margaret River.
Camera IconDenmark junior surfer Isi Campbell won her two heats at the Surf Dive 'n Ski Australian Junior Surfing Titles In Margaret River. Credit: Blainey Woodham/Surfing Australia

It ended a great week for Campbell who qualified for the quarterfinals after winning both of her heats in the lead-up.

The younger sister of former shortboard national champion Emi won her round three heat after an impressive set of waves.

She finished with a combined total of 14.15 to book a quarterfinal berth after scores of 5.9 and 8.25, the latter being her best score of the week to defeat Jordy Halford (12.95) from Queensland.

Earlier in the titles, Campbell was an impressive opening round winner as she scored 10.57 to beat NSW’s Niamh Sharpe (8.5).

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