G’day world. Like the smell of a Sunday roast, here is your mouth-watering weekly wash, keeping you informed with all the surf happenings locally and what's been happening on the pro tour.
Wow, what a week. A very sneaky swell fondled its way across our coast line on Wednesday and Thursday then departed quickly to build up a stream of oomph for Saturday and Sunday which gave us the first proper winter swell of the year, but with it came some truly arctic weather.
Windy waves and wobbly legs was the call on Saturday when the swell appeared from the south. It was a bit of tease to wake early and find the seas being absent from what was forecasted but it really didn't take long for the waves to arrive and when they did the ocean jumped up from a windy 2ft to 8ft nuggets in about the same time as you could roast a leg of lamb.
No matter how experienced a surfer you may be or how well you know the break it can still be treacherous. Take Shaun Naylor-Clark for example. He came undone on a fun bank out the south end of Mollymook, with his board hitting him in the head hard and the results being a massive batch of staples inserted directly into his cranium. Hope you recover well mate and looking forward to seeing you surf in a swimmers cap
Ulladulla Boardriders held their May point score in some rugged conditions at Golfie on Sunday. Winners were: Open Men’s - Charlie Brophy. Open Women’s - Claire Bierke. O50’s - Pete Meyers. O40’s - Adam Richards. O30’s - Marc Carrol. U16’s - Charli Tout. U14’s - Koby Jackson. U12’s - Tyler.
Stay classy Milton Ulladulla an if anyone would like to add anything to this column either call AKWA surf, buzz us on 44545222 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org till next week, stay wet.