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by Murray Press 23 Dec 2018 14:08 GMT 4-12 January 2019

35+ skiffs from NSW, QLD and NZ will contest the 59th 12 Foot Skiff Interdominion Championships from the Sydney Flying Squadron, Kirribilli on the 4th to the 12th of January.

The series will pit current Australian Champion, Richard Billet/ Ben Cross sailing Carbon Chandlery against current Interdominion Champion, Alex (Ginge) Valling's/Sam tretheway sailing CTech and Nicholas Press/Andrew Hay current NSW Champion sailing Sydney Sailmakers.

Also contesting will be many past and presnt champions including Tim Bartlett (NZ), Paul O'Malley Jones (QLD), Brett Hobson (NSW) and Chris Skinner (NZ).

Follow the racing on skiff.org.au/59th-interdominion and take the opportunity to watch from the Spectator ferry on the 12th or one of the organized spectator boats on other days (just come on down).

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