Thorbjorn Olesen finished his final round strongly to win the Perth International by three shots this morning.
The Dane headed into the last day with a three-shot advantage, but a late charge from Victor Dubuisson, who made four birdies in a row from the 11th to 15th holes, cut his lead to a single shot.
The Frenchman matched the best round of the day as he carded a 66, which was enough for him to secure second place at the tournament.
However, a birdie on the 15th helped Olesen recover from a shaky spell around the turn to finish on one-under for the day and 17-under for the tournament, just in front of Ryder Cup star Dubuisson.
Englishman Mark Foster completed the top three, finishing the event 13-under, while Jason Dufner, who was competing in a tournament for the first time in three months after a neck injury, could only manage 23rd.
The win gives Olesen the seventh title of his career, and his second on the European Tour.