Coxon, Aaron Links and Nathan Ellis were faultless as they mastered the 20-25 knot southerly wind which swept across the course during the race.
Casio Seapathfinder won by 1min 8secs from Asko Appliances (Hugh Stodart) with Computer Associates (Anthony Young) a further 1min 39secs back in third place.
Despite finishing only fifth in this heat, Omega Smeg (Daniel Phillips) heads the pointscore on 6 points, with Maytag (Tony Hannan) next on 8 points and Computer Associates third on 9. Casio, Asko and AAPT (Sean Langman) are equal fourth on 11 points.
Heat 2 began with Casio taking a five second lead at the windward mark but this had been extended to 50 secs at the end of the first lap. The Casio team increased this to 1min 25secs over the next lap then seemed to ease back over the concluding legs to go on for an easy win.
Computer Associates and Asko had a race long battle for second and third placings with Rag & Famish (John Harris), Belle Property (Micah Lane) and Maytag in close pursuit. Asko trailed Computer Associates for most of the course before grabbing second place at the Rose Bay mark.
|Pos||Boat||Elapsed Time||Handicap Place||Aust Points|
|3||Computer Associates||01:18:40||2nd||9.0 (3rd)|
|5||Omega Smeg||6th||6.0 (1st)|
|9||Fisher & Paykel||9th||14|
|10||Rag & Famish Hotel||11th||17|
|15||Churchills Sports Bar||11th||15|