It was a good day at Lorne on Saturday for Warrnambool Surf Lifesaving Club board paddler Brayden Casamento

SURPRISE WINNER: Warrnambool Surf Lifesaving Club Brayden Casamento stormed home to take the win in the open board final at the Victorian Masters Championships in Lorne on Saturday.

SURPRISE WINNER: Warrnambool Surf Lifesaving Club Brayden Casamento stormed home to take the win in the open board final at the Victorian Masters Championships in Lorne on Saturday.

TEENAGER Brayden Casamento showed a clean pair of heals to his more senior Warrnambool Surf Lifesaving Club teammates in the sprint finish for the Victorian Masters Championships open board final in Lorne on Saturday.

The young board paddler survived a hectic sprint for the finishing line, defeating an in-form Matt Hardiman and experienced campaigner Stephen Kerr, in a final heavily dominated by members of the WSLSC senior competition squad.

Port Fairy Surf Lifesaving Club also had a successful time at the Lorne carnival on Saturday.

The surf boat crews from PFSLSC took out the Male Master 200 and Female Master 180 surf boat divisions.

The male boat crew consisted of Greg Dalton, Scott Hetherington, Dean Dwyer, Shaun Murrihy, sweep Paul Buchanan.

The winning female crew included Nicole Dwyer, Brooke Green, Megan Titmas, Leonie Boyd and Greg Dalton backed up from the men’s win to sweep for the females.