Clarence Head Longboarders are holding their February club round this Sunday March 17 at Turner’s beach with sign on at 7.30 for an 8am start. New members of all ages and levels welcome. Even if you don’t have a board we will have something for you to ride, along with some expert tuition.
The BBQ will be fired up early for breakfast and lunch so come along for a feed, many thanks to Lockes Butchery, The Bakehouse and Spar Yamba.
Two of Clarence Head’s former youngsters Lily Ellis and Frank Murphy competed last week against many of the world’s best longboarders in the Noosa Festival of Surfing and the WSL world title qualifying Noosa Open, with Frank making it through to the third round. Showing great skills and a fun and positive attitude, Frank and Lily showcased the objectives of the Clarence Head Longboarders.
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