Brunswick Surf Life Saving Club hosted the annual Masters Surf Life Saving Competition in late February and finished in second place.
Twenty teams and 101 competitors from clubs as far south as Tasmania took part in the Masters competition, where competitors had the chance to participate in a range of disciplines from single ski, board racing, and beach sprints right through to iron man/woman, club spokesman Guy Knox said.
‘Masters compete in the full range of surf life saving events,’ he said.
The top three clubs in the Masters Competition were: Palm Beach (217 points), Brunswick (119) and Surfers Paradise (114).
Sarah Perira from Palm Beach SLSC was the winner of the Con Asmussen Trophy.
In the 2017 NSW Surf Life Saving Age Championships held in Port Macquarie over the weekend Cudgen Headland finished in sixteenth place ahead of Lennox Head-Alstonville in 18th position, in a field of close to 60 clubs from across the state.
A standout performer for Cudgen Headland was Olissa Onley, who finished second in the U/13s board race.