Mystics: heaven can wait

Lachlan Cramsie or Joe Clarke? The final stage of the ABA Pro Tour will crown the 2014 Australian bodyboarding champion, at Mystics, on the South Coast of New South Wales.

With the best three results in four events counting for the overall rankings, frontrunners Lachlan Cramsie and Joe Clarke are ready for the clash of the titans.

"I've followed the Aussie tour for years and to win the overall title would be awesome. I'm hoping that Mystics fires up and delivers. It's such a consistent wave, and the chances are it will be pumping," says Clarke.

Standing in the way of Joe's first title is the 2013 Rebel Pro Tour champion, mister Lachlan Cramsie. He leads the leaderboard and doesn't plan on letting go.

"I've got some work in front of me with those four guys. Joe, Marshall and Jake are going to be hard to hold off, it's going to be a good weekend," adds Cramsie.

Marshall Watson and Jake Stone can still capture the 2014 ABA Pro Tour, but they will need the cards to fall their way in order to celebrate the Australian title.

The 2014 Pride Mystics Pro will be surfed between 5th-6th July.

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