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  • PHIL ROBERTSON SHOWS HOW IT IS DONE

    New Zealand’s Phil Robertson, the reigning world champion, made it look easy as he cruised to a 3–0 victory in the final of the Match Cup Australia, beating local skipper Matt Jerwood.

  • WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BONANZA AT MATCH CUP AUSTRALIA

    Local skipper Matt Jerwood certainly overplayed the anxiety card on his way to becoming the third Western Australian skipper to make it through to the semi-finals of Match Cup Australia

  • Another day in paradise

    MIRSKY AND THOMAS COMPLETE LOCAL LINEUP AT MATCH CUP AUSTRALIA

    Royal Perth Yacht Club skipper Torvar Mirsky kept the spectators on the edge of their seats as he came back from 2 – 1 down to defeat Sweden’s Nicklas Dackhammar to become the fourth local skipper into the quarter finals of the Match Cup Australia.

  • Local Gilmour makes it through in 3-2 battle

    D. Gilmour Flies LOCAL FLAG WHILST WILLIAMS MAKES SHOCK EXIT

    The upsets continue on the second day of the Match Cup Australia, as Ian Williams, who has won the world championship a record six times, is eliminated by local skipper Matt Jerwood

  • Pot of gold at the end of the WMRT Rainbow

    FLYING DUTCHMAN DISPOSES OF BARKOW & ANYON

    Match racing is a cruel sport, there is no second, just winners and losers, and Sally Barkow and George Anyon were reminded of this today in brutal style.

  • Freshwater Bay

    TAYLOR CANFIELD THE STANDOUT ON DAY 1

    In front of a packed lawn at the Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club, Taylor Canfield and his US One team are the standout performers on the first day of the Match Cup Australia.