2024 State Champions to be decided over the next three days 

March 14, 2024

The 2024 Queensland Surf Life Saving Championships get underway tomorrow with action continuing on the Gold Coast throughout the weekend.

With water events for the Senior and Masters Championships moved to North Kirra over the next three days, Kurrawa will still host sprint and flags events on Saturday.

The Youth Championships will take place at Burleigh next week.

The question this weekend is whether anyone can stop the Northcliffe juggernaut in their quest to engrave their name on trophy another time as they attempt to top the overall pointscore.

In 2023 Northcliffe nearly doubled the score of second-placed Burleigh Heads Mowbray Park with leading Sunshine Coast club Maroochydore in third.

All three clubs are once again expected to be contending across the program, with club pride sure to be on show particularly in the team events, highlighted by the Taplin Relay.

“We are looking forward to some great competition with the rivalry between two Gold Coast powerhouse clubs Northcliffe and Burleigh Heads Mowbray Park as well as Sunshine Coast clubs Alexandra Headlands and Maroochydore,” said Stuart Hogben, SLSQ Surf Sports Manager. 

“It will be a good showdown and offer our competitors an opportunity for a great hit out before the Australian Championships.”

SLSQ confirmed on Thursday that in response to poor conditions and forecast swell and wind, all water events and distance beach events will now be hosted at North Kirra instead of Broadbeach.

A Live Stream of the 2024 Senior Queensland Surf Life Saving Championships will be available via the Surf Life Saving Queensland Facebook page.

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