Standing Open winner for a Puhoi Trophy, Tytan Semenoff, of Whangarei.
Underhand Open winner for a Puhoi Trophy, Jack Jordan, from Taranaki.
Visiting axemen Jack Jordan, of Taranaki, and Tytan Semenoff, of Whangarei, claimed the top two titles in the Puhoi Pub Woodchopping Carnival held on January 9.
Jordan won the Underhand Open ahead of Jason Semenoff, Kaleb McDonnell and Matt Gower, to claim a Puhoi Trophy.
Tytan Semenoff, who comes from a long line of Whangarei axemen, won the Standing Open, ahead of younger brother Johnson Semenoff, Peter Eyles and Michael Trow.
Puhoi Axemen Club secretary Cassandra Brown says the day was “awesome”, with a great atmosphere and good crowd.
“We’d like to thank the Puhoi Pub, helpers behind the scenes and all the sponsors for making our annual wood chopping carnival so successful,” she said.