Bay surf classic set to explode

Byron Bay is set to explode this Easter and not on land.
 The 34th annual Ben King Memorial Easter Surfing Classic will hit the water over three days, April 10, 11 and 12.
Competition is set to be red-hot in what is Australia’s longest-running amateur surfing event.
 The open men division sponsored by the Hotel Great Northern and Corona will be highly contested, with $2000 in cash up for grabs along with a new board plus stacks of great prizes.
 Danny Wills will be looking to claim his second Easter Classic title, with other in-form competitors ready to put their name next to some of the greats who have previously won the event.
Junior boys will also battle it out for $500 cash and a new board plus loads of other prizes.
 Other divisions in the event will include U13 fleas girls, U13 fleas boys, U16 cadet girls, U16 cadet boys, U19 junior girls, U19 junior boys, open women, open men, O30 seniors, O40 masters, O50 legends plus an invitational event which will be fought out on pre-1970 single-fin surfboards.
Across all divisions there will be outstanding prizes with a brand new board for almost every division and random cash prizes in the younger divisions.
This year is guaranteed to be a great event and with entries already flooding in, make sure you don’t miss out.
Pick up your entry from event sponsor Quiksilver or contact Bryce Cameron on 0412 057 672 for further questions or to have the entry form emailed to you.

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