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The third edition of the SurfAid Cup will have eight surfing teams aiming to raise $40,000, the 6th April 2014, at Surfers Point.

This year the eight competing teams are: MadFish Wines, Caporn Young, CineAds, HSF aka The "Bar" Boys, Macquarie WA, Property Construction, Margaret River Wineries and Grace Farm's Finest.

The SurfAid Cup is a tag-team style event with four surfers per team, plus one pro/legend surfer from the selection pool. The teams get to choose a pro surfer in order of their team's fundraising results and the team that raises the most wins the SurfAid Cup fundraising trophy.

"It's a great event to be part of, with a bunch of highly competitive people having fun surfing with their mates and a pro/legend surfer - even the Best Wipeout Award is sought after," says Lyle Banks, chairman of WA SurfAid Ambassadors.

The CineAds team is the defending two-time surfing champions and Caporn Young won the fundraising trophy last year by raising more than $42,000, a record for the SurfAid Cup which is also held in Sydney and Newcastle in Australia, and Malibu in California, USA.

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