Locals ride


Brendan Collins was the best placed of the Mandurah |competitors claiming second in the over-40 men’s.
       Pictures: Surfing WA/Woolacott
Tony Turner on his way to securing third place in the over-55 men’s category.
Locals ride
Brendan Collins was the best placed of the Mandurah |competitors claiming second in the over-40 men’s.        Pictures: Surfing WA/Woolacott Tony Turner on his way to securing third place in the over-55 men’s category.

The iconic Yallingup mainbreak provided groomed 3ft to 4ft swells that combined with clean offshore winds to provide competitors with the perfect longboard performance playground.

Brendan Collins was the highest place-getter, securing second place in the over-40 men’s category with a score of 14.03 from his two rides.

He also claimed third in the over-35s with a score of 12.97, edging out fellow Mandurah resident Ryan Egan (12.63).

Tony Turner secured third place in the over-55 men’s with a score of 9.57, and Benjamin Maxwell claimed third in the under-18 boys category.