Kirra Returns, Briefly

Friday, 22 February 2013

Photos: Andrew Shield
Video: Joel Scott

Josh Kerr jumped off a plane earlier this week and shortly after was getting towed into Kirra by good mate Asher Pacey. Wild calls of Kirra breaking as good as it ever has went down, but in reality it was just the same old Kirra we've seen every now and then. We gave Kerrzy a quick call as he was loading the ski into surf again to tell us more about it.

 

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