Surf teams back for fun


The Maladiction Longboarders Club has again teamed up with the Disabled Surfers Association, Mornington Peninsula (DSAMP) for a fun surf competition to help finance surfing days at Point Leo for people with disabilities.

Last year’s inaugural contest saw 13 teams compete in costumes riding waves at The Pines, Shoreham.

This year’s competition will be held at the same beach from 10am on Saturday 10 November.  Teams can be made up of either two or four surfers. Contestants are being encouraged to again wear costumes but this year they can ride their own boards. “Crazy” surf moves will attract extra points.

Prizes include dinner for four at Stillwater, Crittenden Estate (donated by Peninsula Speech Pathology Services), wine from Crittenden Estate and Dromana Estate, beer from Jetty Road, surf packs from Trigger Brothers and Bass, and a Mick Pierce semi-gun surfboard with cover for the highest scoring ride.

Barbecue and refreshments will be available.

To register a team email Rod Jones on or call 0458 438 064.

First published in the Wetesrn Port News – 16 October 2018


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