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Bailey Ryan getting air at Battle @ Bruns 2017. Photo Graeme McDonald

The Battle @ Bruns Skate Competition is all set to go ahead on Sunday May 20.

‘There will be plenty of great prizes to be won including cash. There will also be a free barbecue as well as plenty of thrills and excitement as the young and old show us their best shredding,’ organiser Berri Drum said.

‘I can’t wait to see what the skaters have to show us this year. The talent never fails to blow me away,’ she said. 

The Battle @ Bruns is a family-friendly, drug-and -alcohol-free event.

It’s provided by the Byron Youth Service in collaboration with Byron Skateboard School, Byron Shire Council and National Youth Week.

The event was originally  planned for last Sunday but had to be rescheduled.

Sunday May 20 at the Brunswick Heads Skate Park. Registrations from 10am; competition starts at 12noon. 


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