The Mullaloo Steelers and Mullaloo Black also finished on the podium, taking second and third in the under-19 men’s division.
This was the final round of competition to decide which teams would represent WA at the Navy Australian Open in Newcastle from February 7 to 9.
North Cottesloe’s Euroz, Mermaid Marines, Westerfields and Bootas and Cottesloe’s Challengers and Joars will represent WA.
Lifesaving clubs are now encouraged to consider the Row Rhythm competition on the Navy ASRL Facebook page where they could win four rowing machines plus accessories and two sprint bikes.
Club members, family, friends and the local community need to like the Navy ASRL Facebook page, form a team of five rowers and play Row Rhythm to try to achieve one of the highest scores to win one of three prizes.