Byron bay boardriders club aiming for greatyear

Byron Bay Boardriders member Karl Woolcott ripping in the off season.
Byron Bay Boardriders member Karl Woolcott ripping in the off season.

Sunday will see the first round of the year for the Byron Bay Boardriders.

The club's committee has been working hard behind the scenes to make it the club's strongest year to date.

Every contest is a highly enjoyable day at the beach, with eight divisions contested throughout the day.

The divisions are the fleas (U14s), cadets (U16s), juniors (U19s), open age women's, the highly contested open age men, seniors (O30s), masters (O40s) and, making a comeback, the veterans/legends which is the O50s division.

Irrespective of how you surf, you are guaranteed a great day and plenty of waves.

The club's monthly events include a BBQ cooked by our super chef on the day, with Quiksilver and other local businesses supplying prizes for finalists.

The Quiksilver Danny Wills Signature Store in Byron Bay and the Park Hotel will be the club's major sponsors in 2009.

To celebrate the sponsorship, the club is having a social sign-on night for all past, present and new members on Saturday at the Park Hotel at 6pm.

The Quiksilver Danny Wills Signature Store has donated more than $1000 in vouchers, with all members who join on the night in with a chance to pick up some free Quiksilver gear.

Meet at The Wreck car park at 7am on Sunday where a decision will be made on the best location for the first club round of the year.

Bring your family and friends for a great day at the beach.

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