The Weekly Wash 11.06.2018

G’day world, like a delicate tickle on your feet is your highly sensitive weekly wash, proudly brought to you by AKWA Surf keeping you informed with all the surf happenings locally and what's been happening on the pro tour.

An extended day of leisurely time was added to our timetable this week in the way of a long relaxing weekend, so relaxing in fact that on Saturday, Huey the surf god himself was a tad absent by providing us with a relatively lacklustre swells, although a there was a bit of a kick in the waves Sunday Monday Tuesday it did go quite soggy again for early this week. Hopefully this mood dissipates hastily and in its substitute appears a 6ft strong swell ready to wrap around our coast like a sucked on redskin lolly to your finger tips.

During the previous week the waves were super fun and someone who always wants to be involved with anything pleasurable was Matty Potter, who made his way down to Narrawallee to submerge his dad body amongst the waves where a finicky left hander appeared at the northern corner. It provided Matty an opportunity to throw his masculine carves deep thru the heart of the long walled rides.

Ulladulla boardriders will reconvene this Sunday for their monthly event, the last two weekends we have postponed the comps due to the Werri slash and then the long weekend so I can imagine some very keen competitive surfers ready to sink their teeth into some action, for all those keen we meet at Rennies beach 7:30am all new and old members welcomed  

The oldest rookie on tour 32 yr old Willian Cardoso has taken out the Margaret River/Uluwatu pro against the current world number 1 Australian Julian Wilson, the 2 traded wave for wave with the Aussie scoring the highest wave of the final but lacked a solid back up wave leaving the Brazilian Willian in the box seat, the waves looked dreamy at Bali's most treasured set up where big gouges and tubes were a plenty in a tribute to hard work and never giving up on a dream Willian broke through and won his 1st CT event after 14yrs of trying.

Stay classy Milton Ulladulla

Emma Ashby