Luxico Mens Open

The Luxico Men’s Open is sure to bring a large crowd to First Point Noosa with a hotly contested division year in year out.

With $1,500 up for grabs in prize money, the men will be fired up to take out the title and gain bragging rights over the First Point lineup for another year.

Ben Considine was impressive in a much deserved 1st place of the 2021 event. He will be hard to beat, but there are many surfers who are capable including our man to watch, Bowie Pollard. Runner-up in 2021, Clinton Guest who was a standout in the early rounds but couldn’t quite get the scores when it mattered in the final and our dark horse, Nic Brewer who has competed in the Noosa Festival of Surfing for several years and knows the conditions and the points as well as anyone.

2022 Competitors: 

  1. Ben Considine
  2. Nic Brewer
  3. Nic Jones
  4. Glen Fitzgerald
  5. Jared Mell
  6. Kay Matthew
  7. Jesse Jerrems
  8. Kevin Holt
  9. Daniel Diver
  10. Luke Coleman
  11. Zac Brewer
  12. Landen Smales
  13. Matt Delahunty
  14. Gianni Claverie
  15. Grant Ferguson
  16. Troy Hunt
  17. Harrison Stewart
  18. Dakota Dau Paull
  19. Kaiden Smales
  20. Jonah Couper
  21. Harry Maskell
  22. Isaac Liebetanz
  23. Jack Roberts
  24. Mitch Conwell
  25. Kim Dongkyung
  26. Kody Haddow
  27. Dylan Mathews
  28. Tristan Hamson
  29. Juan Crevasse Yee
  30. Jason Pettet
  31. Glenn Currie
  32. Lachlan Cubis
  33. Matt Anderson
  34. Luca Englaro Sanchez
  35. Luke Redmond
  36. Archy Bemrose
  37. Lachie Feeley
  38. Andrew James
  39. David Roberts
  40. Fred Hockeroth
  • Men's Open - R1, Requalifiers & R3 Wednesday 9th March
    Men's Open - QF & Qualifying Final Saturday 12th March
    Men's Open - Final Sunday 13th March

One to Watch

Bowie Pollard

When he's not slinging boards at Beach Beat or beaming his big smile across Sunny Coast TV screens for the daily surf forecast. Bowie is usually shredding somewhere on the Coast on any type of surf craft from longboard to shortboard and everything in between. In our opinion, he is the one of the top contenders this year but he is up against some stiff competition in the 2021 winner, Ben Considine and Clinton Guest who was the form surfer through last years Open despite missing out on the top gong.

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