Fighting it: Tacking Point open men s crew battles the surf.ROUNDS three and four of the North Coast Surf Boat Series were held last weekend at Scott’s Head.
There were 52 crews competing in 84 races across all divisions, with crews travelling from Maroochydore in the North to Cape Hawke in the south.
The NCSBS is gaining the reputation of one of, if not the best, surfboat series on the east coast.
Tacking point ladies crew is sitting in second place even after missing round three on Saturday, they went on to win Sunday. The girls are an extremely strong crew and only sitting seven points behind first place Kempsey/Cresent Head.
These two crews will provide some great action over the season to see who takes out first place.
The open men’s, masters men 160 and the reserve crews have all missed two out of the four carnivals so they have some catching up to do.
Port Macquarie had only two masters crews this season; masters ladies and masters men 160. Both crews are rowing well and sitting in fourth place.
“This season is shaping up to be a very strong one, with a large number of extremely competitive crews especially in the open men’s and open women’s divisions,” said the media representative for NCBS.
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