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Up to 40 Ocean Grove Surf Life Saving Club competitors participated in this summer’s first Life Saving Victoria surf senior carnival at Torquay surf beach on 9 December.
Ocean Grove SLSC competition manager Bruce Sampson said the club competed well across the ski events and iron races at the state-based surf carnival.
Sampson confirmed 38 Ocean Grove SLSC senior competitors competed at the opening senior carnival for 2017/18.
“Skis was probably our strongest, skis and irons were our biggest events,” Sampson told the Voice.
“Relays (as in team events) in everything was really good.”
“It is has been a good hit out, the kids enjoyed themselves.”
The next senior surf carnival will take place at Anglesea Surf Life Saving Club on Sunday 7 January.

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