SURF ACTION: Jess Roberts in action at last year's Noosa Logger event.
SURF ACTION: Jess Roberts in action at last year's Noosa Logger event. Fenna de King

Loggers head to Noosa for glory

SURFING: Some of Australia'`s best traditional longboarders are set to converge on Noosa on this weekend for the Noosa Logger.

Proudly presented by SurfStitch and the Noosa Malibu Club, the Noosa Logger is an open and age division competition for the traditional log style boards.

With divisions covering open men and women, junior boys and girls, and the over-age divisions of 40s, 50s and 60s , as well as the traditional "old mal” surfers, there is something for everyone.

Two surfboards have been donated by Clearwater Surfboards and Ross Wilson Surfboards which two competitors on the weekend will win.

Classic Malibu has donated a board that will be raffled, so non-competitors will also have a chance to walk away with a brand new board.

The 2017 Noosa Logger competitors line-up will boast the current O/40s Australian Logger champion Damien Coulter and current Noosa Festival of Surfing Logger title holder Bowie Pollard.

With a few former Australian Logger champions such as Clinton Guest, Nic Brewer and Craig Davies also competing, organisers are set for a great contest and spectators are in for a treat.

Some divisions are full however there are still a few spots remaining in the open men's, old mal, O/40s and O/60s.

So if all you hot shot loggers would like to enter and have a shot at glory this weekend head to www.noosalogger.com.


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