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RPAYC University Match Racing Championships start tomorrow

by Ajay Rau on 23 Sep 2011
Students yachting in Sydney harbour 2010 - 2011 RPAYC University Match Racing Championship Dave O'Connor
RPAYC University Match Racing Championships are being held over 23rd and 24th September 2011. The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club is gearing up to host the best university sailors from New south Wales universities. This is an ISAF and Australian University graded event.

Entry list for the match racing championships:

University of New South Wales: Helm, Tara McCall - Crew, Phil Kurts, Alice Walker, Ted Stephens, Jack Dawson

University of New South Wales: Helm, Andrea Green - Crew, Gabrielle King, Patrick Conway, Nicolas Thesaud, Marcus Conway

University of Sydney: Helm, Ted Hackney - Crew, Sean O'Rourke, Sasha Ryan, Hamish Hardy, Alex Paton

University of Sydney: Helm, Josephone Roper - Crew, Ben Jassin, Beren Beowulf, Daniel Watson

University of New South Wales: Helm, Chris Eddes - Crew, Madeline Gill, Maria Louise Vang Christensen, Cameron Edwards, Kylie Upton

University of Technology: Helm, Jay Griffin - Crew, Jackson Cransfield, Kathleen Stroinovsky, Katie Webb, Scott Cotton, reserve, Carla Sexton

The championship is proudly brought to you by the RPAYC and Nautilus Marine Boat Insurance. Harken, Helly Hansen, Quantum Sail Design Group, Sailing images.net and Skiffs Australia are also proudly supporting the event.

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