40th annual BK Memorial runs over the June long weekend on the Byron Shire beaches. The event is in honour of the late Ben King, former president of Byron Boardriders. A massive Le-Ba crew have entered the event. Good luck to all the club surfers this weekend and have fun !

Update Saturday 6th
Day 1 ran at the Wreck in fun 2'-3' rights. The tide was a little low first thing but once there was some water on the bank it started firing with some epic little bazzas. The out going tide late in the arvo made things a little harder but there was still some great waves. Stand out surfers on the main bank were Zac Wightman and Stu Kennedy. 

Update Sunday 7th
A smaller ESE swell greeted surfers on day 2 of the BK Memorial so the event ran at Broken Head in clean 3' shifty peaks. Stu started the day with a big win nailing 2 high excellent scores and will be hard to beat in the Opens. Max Perrot was solid in the 50's and progressed to the Final. Zac Wightman was ripping and hucked a big tail high frontside rotator to book a spot in the Final of the 18's. Luke Condon also progressed and will be looked to put it all together on Monday in a stacked 18's Final. Mahlia Carr surfed great to progress to the 14 Girls Final in the last heat of the day. Nyxie Ryan was very unlucky to miss the 14 Girls Final by less than 0.5 but can be proud of her surfing today. Good luck to all the Finalists on Monday 

Update Monday 8th
Competitors were greeted by a more Easterly swell that was generating perfect 3'-4' peaks. Jack O'Brien started with a high 9 but left it to the last minute to get his back up and take the win in the 12's. Mahlia Carr was ripping in the big stuff and finished 3rd in the U14 Girls. Eli surfed great but couldn't find the bombs and finished 4th in the 14's. 
Zac Wightman went ballistic in the lefts, nailing a sick Club Sandwich and taking out the 18's. Luke Condon was all power with some huge carves to finish 2nd behind Zac.
Max Perrot was in form for the whole event but couldn't find the higher scoring sections and finished 4th in the 50's.
Stuey had smashed everyone right through the event but had to settle for 2nd behind Willsy in the Open final.
Reuben and Duke were finalists in the push in division and had heaps of fun.
Congratulations everyone.