The BOM has forecast a lovely day for the people of Perth:
“Mostly sunny. Areas of smoke haze possible this morning. Winds easterly 15 to 25 km/h becoming light in the middle of the day then becoming easterly 15 to 20 km/h in the late evening. Top of 24 degrees.”
With the ability to hang out with more people and even greater freedoms returning in what is now the independent state of Western Australia, this is an ideal day to get out and about to enjoy the great outdoors within the current guidelines.
I for one reckon it might just go slightly over and will take the max forecast at the 24.05-24.55 degree mark at the solid $3.55 price.
What a great day for the likes of the Fremantle Dockers and West Coast Eagles to get back to train…oh, awkward.
"We can throw the toys out of the cot later on."
West Coast coach Adam Simpson willing to accept AFL clubs returning to training on Monday – even if some of his players are still locked in isolation >>> https://t.co/mSedY4hvrE pic.twitter.com/az3YOwocRb
— Fox Footy (@FOXFOOTY) May 11, 2020
The MODUS Icons of Darts tournament continues tonight and the matchup between Wessel Nijman and David Evans looks to be an exciting prospect.
In the early part of the tournament, Nijman took to it like a duck to water and dominated, however, as other players have been getting used to competing from home, it has become a much tighter field.
Wessel Nijman had a shocker last week losing four out of his five matches but has won his last two games in the tournament and some of the swagger from the Dutchmen is back.
His opponent, David Evans has found his grove in the Tournament having won four of his last five games.
The head to head betting has Nijman the narrow favourite but Evans is closing in.
The battle in this match will be in the 180s and for mine, I think Wessel Nijman should be able to dominate in this category as he has done in his most recent encounters.
— Live Darts (@livedarts) May 9, 2020