Nick Taylor
The West Australian

Western Force coach Michael Foley has refused to blame his side's ailing Super Rugby season on the absence of captain Matt Hodgson.
The Force were flogged 42-13 by the Hurricanes at nib Stadium on Friday, their second poor performance in as many weeks.
It has cast doubt on their finals prospects.
Hodgson will again be missing with a hamstring injury for the clash with the Brumbies in Canberra on Friday night.
"Of course we miss Hodgo, but that's not an excuse," Foley said.
"Hodgo's not going to be there for the next five weeks so we need to get the breakdown right. There are 15 guys out there and they are good enough to win those areas if we get the detail right.
"Our defence became passive in soaking up tackles."
The daunting task against the Brumbies, one of the Super Rugby title favourites and sitting clear at the top of the Australian conference, has been made harder by the Force's increasing injury list.
Abrasive flanker Gus Cottrell, who limped off after 12 minutes against the Hurricanes with an ankle injury, is the latest casualty.
He has joined Hodgson, full-back Dane Haylett-Petty, second-rower Adam Coleman and prop Francois van Wyk on the sidelines.
On a brighter note, openside flanker Chris Alcock is set to return this week, as is winger Nick Cummins.
The Force have an extra day to recover following the six-day turnarounds and travel between the first three games.
"That game (Hurricanes) will hurt a lot and one of the tough things was the two six-day turnarounds," Foley said.
"That was ridiculous, but that didn't cost us the game. It potentially cost us players in terms of bumps and bruises."