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18ft Skiffs - Mark Heeley chats with Mr Coxon + Video

by Bob Killick on 30 Jan 2012
Thurlow Fisher Lawyers - 18ft Skiff Australian Championship - Race 4 Simon Brown
Team Thurlow Fisher Lawyers, Michael Coxon, Aaron Links and Trent Barnabus won again and successfully defended their Australian 18ft Skiff title in a crisp North Easterly yesterday.

Their only threat, Nick Press's Smeg retired after taking out Nick Daly's Beko just after the start in a collision caused by Smeg. Rag & Famish, Jack McCartney finished second with Gotta Luv it 7, Seve Jarvin pulling into the leaders on the run home to the Judge, Gary Linnacre.



Video by Simon Brown - Gecko Productions



Tom Scardifield won Pick the Podium with Rag & Famish, Gotta Luv it 7, Thurlow Fisher Lawyers....all Tom's picks made it on the Podium which is good enough to take the www.barzoptics.com Floater sunnies and the www.slamonline.com.au Cap, T Shirt and Belt and the Bragging Rights for Heat 4. Tom also goes into the draw for the Caiso Sport Watch and the end o season draw for the www.bigbrownbox.com.au

Flat Screen TV. Can you Pick the Podium? It's fun and free and simple to play....just logon to www.18footerstv.com register and have a crack

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