A much-anticipated weekend of tomfoolery has turned out to be a mellow affair, with conduct barely approaching anything remotely ‘boisterous’, Ding Alley reveals.
Toonalook Sparky Josh Cassidy has experienced a revelation that may have a seismic impact on the 500-billion-dollar-a-year global beer industry.
Here’s reminisces aplenty // Of the year 2020 // From the Alley that fucken goes Ding.
The opening proceedings of Pipe’s finals day are nothing short of a fiasco, marked by incompetence, poor execution and a total lack of preparedness for contingencies.
Never mind the Woz’s Lazarus-style comeback, today is an extra special day in world surfing for another reason: It’s Mike McCartney’s birthday!
There's more than one way to dodge an issue.
Kelly showed up with a twin fin,
Stuck in the sand for all to see,
How many fins are in a twin fin,
Not one, not four, not three!
What's better than being new and improved? Hows about same old, same old? And it's just the tonic following a year of uncertainty.
Stephanie Johnson is still coming to terms with her recent excursion to Toonalook Point. "I couldn't help but be concerned and upset at the distress many of the surfers seemed to be in," said Ms Johnson.
The NSW/QLD border is re-opening and Toonalook locals can't wait to welcome their surfing brethren from north of the Tweed.
Finals Day of the Straddie comp serves up all manner of entertainment. Ding Alley reports.