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Julian Wilson 6’6 – Pipeline Masters quiver 2015

By December 19, 2017 No Comments

As we patiently wait for the Pipeline ???? to provide, we thought our own Julian Wilson who is still in with a mathematical chance of the World ????Crown could do with a good luck omen.

Here his 6’6 x 18 3/8 x 2 1/4 from his Pipeline Masters Victory in 2015. ????????

Best of luck Jules let’s relegate the round 1 result not your surging into the memory banks….????

 

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