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The Brunswick Heads Skate Park exploded with talent and determination as daredevils of all ages gave their all at the Battle @ Bruns.

The annual Youth Week event is run by Byron Youth Service, Byron Bay Skateboard School and Byron Shire Council as a way of promoting healthy outdoor activity in a family friendly environment.  

This year some new contenders blow the crowd away and take first place.

Keep your eye on Byron Youth Service for the next competition. 

Results

Girls: Izzy McPherson, Hailey Peet and Maddy McPherson

U/8 Boys: Jaylen Jones, Archi McVergl, Ryder Johnson

U/12s Boys: Ash Wilcomer, Kaedyn Collins, Jack Lewis

U/16 Boys: Raife Quinn, Keoni Swindells, Nakula Boag

Open: Shaun Baucher, Sam Windhorse, Bailey Ryan

Masters: Robert Brasher, Justin Jit, Chris Enwright


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