So after a long day it's been one of mixed fortunes for Australia. The
first two thirds of the day were solid with us heading to lunch only
five points behind Great Britain. At 1000 yards with the wind becoming
increasingly difficult we leaked points at a rate that should honestly
have been avoided.
So now after two and a half years work we're
down to the last day in fourth position with everything to play for and
nothing to lose. It's all or nothing, regroup and we'll see how things finish tomorrow night.
Not that I wish to pull individuals out of a team but well done to
George Edser who topped our day with only one off and also to Jim Bailey
with the only 75.15 I saw for the day.
Tough day at the office for
the coaching staff but I have full faith tomorrow they will be straight
and true. As I said all to play for nothing to lose. As our Captain
reminded us yesterday run the race all the way to the finish.
Full report tomorrow night.