Crews will be in the thick of today’s action with the advantage of local knowledge.
Crews will be in the thick of today’s action with the advantage of local knowledge. Leigh Jensen

Homebeach advantage for Woolgoolga

THE Hoey Moey North Coast Surf Boat series is getting to the pointy end of a nail-biting summer.

Woolgoolga Surf Life Saving Club is hosting the seventh round today on the town’s main beach.

Club spokesperson Trevor Clark said the first race will take off at 11am.

“This round comes together in one day so the pace and pressure will really be on,” he said.

Clubs in the region stretching from Forster to Cudgen Headland are still in contention.

Divisions to be fought out today are for under-19 men, under-23 women, under-23men, reserve, open women and open men,

160 masters and 200 master’s races.

“There’s a huge battle going on between Red Rock and Woopi open men with one point separating the crews with four rounds to go,” Clark said.

“Close tussles also in other events, so get down to the beach to support your club and cheer them on.”



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