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A PORT Fairy surfboat crew will carry confidence into the Australian Masters Championships in Queensland later this month after a promising result over the long weekend.
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The Port Fairy Surf Life Saving Club crew, known as the Shearwaters, progressed to the semi-finals at the Victorian Championships at Anglesea last weekend.

It came after it won its opening race and finished third in its next two races to qualify as the sixth best crew for the day in the Victorian Surfboat Championship.

It missed out on its reserve grade final by one place, which was encouraging seeing as it was competing in the open category.

The crew — which consisted of Scott Hetherington, Howard Sharp, Shaun Murrihy, Dean Dwyer and sweep Paul Buchanan — will take confidence into the national masters championships, which will be held at Kurrawa on March 26 and 27.

Port Fairy’s women’s crew of Tania Dalton, Brook Greene, Leonie Boyd, Nicole Dwyer and sweep Greg Dalton produced competitive performances in Anglesea but missed out on the finals.

Mark Plant, who coaches the club’s teenagers, represented Port Fairy in the open board and ski events, making finals in the former.

Young Jake Hetherington was a standout for the club after coming sixth in his board race final.

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