Currumbin Barbarians revitalised

NATIONAL surf-rowing champions, the Currumbin Barbarians suffered a major upheaval prior to their last outing but are set to ask big questions of the Kurrawa crews when they meet at Maroochydore in the aussieBum Queensland Cup tomorrow.

Having replaced the suspended Peter Atkins with the experienced Mac Hamilton, the proud outfit are sure to feature in this week’s results, but will have added competition with strong local crews Mooloolaba Makos and Met Caloundra White certain contenders on their home break.

The Sunshine Coast boats have taken the honours in the first two rounds of the aussieBum Queensland Cup, but favouritism will remain with the Kurrawa crews who have dominated the Queensland Navy Series and featured heavily in the aussieBum.



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