Our annual awards night kicked off at the Portsea Hotel in the primo surroundings of Port Phillip and Portsea Harbour. For the third time Caiden Fowler took out the Open division title with a stella year, just pipping Mikey Barber and Calum Nicolson in the final few rounds, with Lachy MacDonald, Angus Forrest, and Adam Morris filling the top six places. Taking out the Junior title was Gully and the Womens division was won by Charlie. View full results ›
FINAL CONTEST DUSTED
Saturday 12 November
With an early start we were underway at 1st car park Gunna with a great left hand bank out the front with clean 3ft waves peeling on the higher tide. The bank held up for the day with the wind picking up around midday yet with an early finish we managed to beat the NW change. Full report to come. Results held until Presentation Night on the 25th November. Peninsula Surf Shots / More photos ›
After checking Gunna early in the morning and witnessing the northerly generating a spray longer than Huey's beard, the call was made to head to Portsea Back Beach, where we were greeted to a protected 3ft a-frame bank straight out the front of the surf club. After a slightly delayed start, we we're soon up and running in our new hood.
The bank itself held up most of the day and the venue turned out to be a great option for future contests. Great surfing by all th regulars including Caiden, Mikey, Calum, The Boot, Hayden, Angus and more ›
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Saturday 24th September saw the 2016 PSC Aggregate season resume with Comp 5 of the season and the first instalment of the PSC Triple Crown.
Our WQS campaigner Caiden took out the Open in clean 3ft conditions at 2nd car park Gunnamatta.
Gav Duffy / More photos at Facebook ›
After a Winter break, the club is ready to resume our aggregate season for 2016 with the upcoming PSC Triple Crown of Surfing commencing on Saturday 24th September, with backup 8/9 October. We've got heaps of prizes from RVCA, STAPLE SEASON, and our new major sponsor BASS SURFBOARDS. With half of the season complete, Membership will be HALF PRICE for new members!
We also have PRESO NIGHT booked in for 25th November and CHRISTMAS PARTY on the 3rd December, after the Battle of the Bay.
Morgan Winch / More photos at Facebook ›
Greeted with solid 4-6ft swell, clean conditions and low tide mid morning, we surf very contestable peaks out the back with some fast hollow rights. This was the choice of the open surfers most of the day with some big turns and the odd tube.
The new group of girls had a super fun reform on the lower tide and made the most of the opportunity to surf one of the more challenging beaches on our coast and they did so very well. The level of surfing going down in the Cadets and Juniors is on the rise with a few making it through to the semi finals in the Opens (Jett & Gully) and in the finals the young lads put on a show with big turns on the right that got much better with the afternoon high tide.
The older divisions saw some great contests going down in tricky rights and the banter was in fine form! To close out the day the Open final was another level again with huge surfing from Mikey, Cal, Angus and Mike with the rights providing big walls and double ups to the beach. With a big turn out for comp #1 it was a rad day and I'm sure everyone is looking forward to the next comp! Tim Antonie pictured above on a boomer by Morgan Winch