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Brunski team wins classic

A team of local ladies has won best team in a major fishing competition.

December 12, 2012 4:37am

Elizabeth (Liz) Brunner, Eliza Brunner and Casey Tozor won Best Team at the Dartmouth Women’s Classic Fishing Competition.

A team of local women has won best team in this year’s Dartmouth Women’s Classic competition.

The competition attracted a record 155 entrants, with some travelling from Western Australia, Ravensthorpe, Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.

The Brunski Fishing Team from Benalla consistting of Liz Brunner, Eliza Brunner of Benalla and Kasey Tozer of Tatura, skippered by Anton (Buttzie) Brunner won the team event.

Runner up in Club Event was the Green Team from Benalla, made up of Kim, Kerry and Amy Green, and Loretta Mahoney.

This contest has proven that you don’t have to be a local to pick up the prizes.

This year’s major sponsors were Border Marine Centre, Towong Shire, Ray White Wodonga, Elks Hunting and Fishing, Mason’s Compleat Angler, Edge FM, Makocraft and Master Baiter Tackle Shop Benalla.

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