MATCH RACING--New Zealand's Chris Dickson, fired by his country's America's Cup syndicate after Fremantle, missed the 12-meter worlds but won the King Edward VII Gold Cup at Bermuda last week. Sailed in 33-foot International One-Design 33s, with crews of four plus the skipper, it's one of eight events on the World Cup circuit. Dickson defeated John Shadden of Long Beach, 2-0, in the finals, but more interesting was the performance of Yasuyuki Hakomori, who probably will be one of Japan's rookie America's Cup skippers in '91. In a field diluted by the concurrent 12-meter worlds, Hakomori reached the semifinals before losing two straight to Dickson. Shadden defeated Dave Perry in the semifinals, 2-0. In round-robin sailing, the scores were Dickson, 8-1; Perry and Shadden, 7-2; Dave Dellenbaugh and Hakomori, 5-4; Rich DuMoulin and Bermuda's Peter Bromby, 4-5; Mark Eagan, 3-6, and defending champion Gordon Lucas of Australia and Tim Patton, Bermuda, 2-7. Winds were 12-18 knots until the day of the semifinals when a storm blew through at 60, damaging several boats.