National Teams & Results

2005 Australian Men’s Results

2005 AUSTRALIAN MEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

SENIOR MEN

Oceania World Championship Qualification Series, Brisbane, May

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Tim Hamill, Christian Hoad,Toby Jenkins, Robert Maitland, Anthony Martin, Adam Richardson, Grant Richardson, Jamie Smyth, James Stanton, Rafael Sterk, Daniel Streets,Peter Tresise, Laurie Trettel, Alistair Visch, Gavin Woods, Thomas Woudwyk. Head Coach: David Neesham. Asst Coach: John Fox. Manager:Chris Harrison.

Test 1: Australia 18 (T Whalan 5, G Woods, P Figlioli 3, J Beadsworth, A Visch 2, T Franklin, P Tresise, R Maitland) New Zealand 3.
Test 2: Australia 17 (G Woods, P Figlioli 4, T Franklin, T Whalan, J Beadsworth, R Maitland 2, A Visch) New Zealand 4.
Test 3: Australia 18 (T Franklin 7, J Beadsworth, P Tresise 3, A Richardson, G Richardson, T Woudwyk) New Zealand 4.


World League Legs

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Tim Hamill, Christian Hoad, Toby Jenkins, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, John Neesham, Tim Neesham, Adam Richardson, James Stanton, Laurie Trettel, Thomas Whalan, Thomas Woudwyk. Head Coach: David Neesham. Manager:David Swift.

Friendly international, Barcelona, June
Spain 11 Australia 10 (P Figlioli, T Whalan 2, J Neesham, T Jenkins, S McGregor, R Maitland, J Beadsworth, A Richardson).

Friendly international, Mataro, Spain, June
Australia 6 (P Figlioli, T Whalan 2, T Neesham, T Jenkins) Spain 6.

World League, Portugalete, Spain, June
Day 1: Russia 10 Australia 9 (P Figlioli 3, T Neesham 2, J Neesham, S McGregor, T Hamill, T Woudwyk).
Day 2: Spain 12 Australia 8 (C Hoad, T Whalan, R Maitland 2, T Franklin, A Richardson).
Day 3: Bye
Day 4: Australia 12 (T Neesham, T Whalan 4, C Hoad 2, P Figlioli, J Beadsworth) China 7.

World League, Budapest, Hungary, June
Day 1:Hungary 13 Australia 6 (T Whalan, J Beadsworth 2, T Jenkins, P Figlioli).
Day 2: Australia 11 (P Figlioli 3, T Neesham, T Franklin, T Whalan 2, T Jenkins, S McGregor) Canada 6.
Day 3: Greece 10 Australia 8 (T Whalan 4, T Neesham 2, S McGregor, T Franklin).
Final points: Hungary 18, Spain 14, Russia 14, Greece 13, Australia 10, China 8, Canada 6.

Friendly, Brandenburg, Germany, July
Germany 10 Australia 8 (M Ainsworth, A Richardson 2, T Franklin, T Neesham, S McGregor, J Beadsworth).


XI FINA World Championships, Montreal, Canada, July

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Tim Hamill, Toby Jenkins, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, John Neesham, Tim Neesham, Adam Richardson, James Stanton, Laurie Trettel, Thomas Whalan. Head Coach: David Neesham. Asst Coach: Andrew Kerr. Manager:Chris Harrison.

Day 1: Germany 9 Australia 8 (P Figlioli 3, A Richardson, S McGregor 2, J Beadsworth)
Day 2: Australia 11 (P Figlioli 3, A Richardson, T Franklin, J Beadsworth 2, T Jenkins, T Whalan) China 6
Day 3: Greece 10 Australia 8 (P Figlioli, T Whalan 2, T Franklin, T Neesham, S McGregor, R Maitland).
Final points: Greece 6, Germany 4, Australia 2, China 0.
Day 4: Croatia 10 Australia 6 (T Franklin, T Whalan 2, P Figlioli, T Neesham).
Day 5: Australia 16 (T Franklin 5, P Figlioli 4, T Neesham, T Hamill 2, S McGregor, A Richardson, T Whalan) Cuba 3.
Day 6: Classification: 9th & 10th, Germany 11 Australia 5 (T Whalan 3, S McGregor 2).
Final placings: Serbia & Montenegro, Hungary, Greece, Croatia, Spain, Romania, Russia, Italy, Germany, Australia, United States of America, Cuba, Japan, Canada, Republic of South Africa, China.


STUDENTS

Team: Christopher Corbin, Marcus Corr, Luke Gavin, Christopher Gronow, Aaron Jones, Daniel Lees, Robert Maitland, Anthony Martin, Mark Murphy, Grant Richardson, Daniel Swinnerton, Ben Ient, Nicholas Ling, Matt Turnbull. Coach: John Fox. Manager: Jon Sieben.

World Student Games, Izmir, Turkey, August
Day 1: Bye
Day 2: Hungary 8 Australia 6 (L Gavin, G Richardson 2, R Maitland, A Martin).
Day 3: Australia 9 (A Martin 3, R Maitland, L Gavin, C Corbin 2) Kazakhstan 8.
Day 4: Japan 10 Australia 8 (L Gavin 4, C Corbin, G Richardson, M Murphy, N Ling).
Day 5: Australia 14 (L Gavin, R Maitland, G Richardson, M Turnbull, N Ling 2, D Swinnerton, A Martin, M Corr, M Murphy) Belgium 5.
Day 6: Play-off for 9-10: Australia 6 (G Richardson 2, R Maitland, C Corbin, M Murphy, L Gavin) Greece 5.
Final placings: Serbia & Montenegro, Hungary, Turkey, Russia, Spain, Japan, Italy, Poland, Australia, Greece, Kazakhstan, Belgium, Portugal.


JUNIOR MEN

Invitational matches, Perth, September

Team: Mitchal Ainsworth, Jamie Beadsworth, Richard Campbell, Johnno Cotterill, Troy Delany, Daniel Lawrence, Adam Laws, Daniel Lees, Brett McGhie, Nick  O’Halloran, Luke Quinlivan, John Richards, Daniel Streets,Tom Woudwyk. Coach: Andrei Kovalenko. Manager: Jon Harmer.

Australian Juniors 18 (J Beadsworth 4, T Delaney, R Campbell 3, N O’Halloran, T Woudwyk 2, M Ainsworth, A Laws, J Cotterill, J Campbell) UWA Torpedoes 7, Australian Juniors 10 (J Beadsworth, D Streets, R Campbell 2, M Ainsworth, A Laws, J Cotterill, T Delany) WA State 7.

Montenegro Cup, Herceg Novi, Serbia & Montenegro, September

Team: Mitchal Ainsworth, Jamie Beadsworth, Richard Campbell, Johnno Cotterill, Troy Delany, Daniel Lawrence, Adam Laws, Daniel Lees, Brett McGhie, Nick  O’Halloran, Luke Quinlivan, John Richards, Daniel Streets,Tom Woudwyk. Coach: Andrei Kovalenko. Manager: Jon Harmer.

Day 1: Australia 9 (B McGhie 3, M Ainsworth 2, S Streets, A Martin, T Delany, R Campbell) Italy 8.
Day 2: SCG 10 Australia 4 (M Ainsworth, A Laws, A Martin, D Streets).
Day 3: Greece 11 Australia 9 (R Campbell 3, T Delany, Nick O’Halloran 2, A Laws, T Woudwyk), Hungary 12 Australia 9 (N O’Halloran 3, J Cotterill, D Streets 2, J Beadsworth, A Martin).
Day 4:Croatia 13 Australia 9 (M Ainsworth 3, J Beadsworth, A Laws, B McGhie, J Cotterill, N O’Halloran, T Woudwyk), Hungary 12 Greece 7, SCG 12 Italy 12.
Final placings: SCG, Croatia, Hungary, Italy, Greece, Australia.

Six-nation tournament, Split, Croatia, September

Team: Mitchal Ainsworth, Jamie Beadsworth, Richard Campbell, Johnno Cotterill, Troy Delany, Daniel Lawrence, Adam Laws, Daniel Lees, Brett McGhie, Nick  O’Halloran, Luke Quinlivan, John Richards, Daniel Streets,Tom Woudwyk. Coach: Andrei Kovalenko. Manager: Jon Harmer.

Day 1: Croatia 11 Australia 9 (M Ainsworth 3, A Laws, N O’Halloran 2, J Beadsworth, A Martin).
Day 2: Australia 9 (M Ainsworth 4, J Beadsworth 2, D Street, A Martin, B McGhie) Italy 8.
Day 3: Australia 8 (M Ainsworth 3, J Beadsworth, R Campbell 2, B McGhie) Russia 7.
Day 4: Australia 7 (J Beadsworth, M Ainsworth 2, N O’Halloran, B McGhie, T Delany) Greece 5, Serbia & Montenegro 17 Australia 7 (D Streets, M Ainsworth 2, N O’Halloran, J Cotterill, J Richards).
Final placings: SCG, Croatia, Australia, Italy, Greece, Russia.


XIII FINA World Championships, Mar del Plata, Argentina, October

Team: Mitchal Ainsworth, Jamie Beadsworth, Richard Campbell, Troy Delany, Daniel Lawrence, Adam Laws, Daniel Lees, Brett McGhie, Nick O’Halloran, Luke Quinlivan, Daniel Streets,Tom Woudwyk. Coach: Andrei Kovalenko. Manager: Jon Harmer.

Day 1: Australia 18 (A Martin, N O’Halloran 4, A Laws 3, J Beadsworth, M Ainsworth 2, D Streets, B McGhie, R Campbell) Venezuela 2.
Day 2: Russia 8 Australia 6 (M Ainsworth 4, J Beadsworth, R Campbell).
Day 3: Italy 10 Australia 7 (M Ainsworth 3, D Streets, T Woudwyk, A Laws, R Campbell).
Day 4: Australia 11 (J Beadsworth, B McGhie 3, A Laws, N O’Halloran 2, A Martin) Brazil 5.
Day 6: Australia 11 (M Ainsworth 5, R Campbell 2, T Delany, B McGhie, N O’Halloran, D Streets) New Zealand 4.
Day 7: Spain 8 Australia 3 (D Streets 2, M Ainsworth).
Day 8: Greece 7 Australia 6 (M Ainsworth, D Streets 2, A Martin, T Delany).
Day 9: For 7th-8th, Australia 10 (R Campbell 3, M Ainsworth 2, J Beadsworth, D Streets, A Martin, B McGhie, J Campbell) Russia 9 in extra time (FT: 8-8).
Final placings: SCG, Croatia, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Greece, Australia, Russia, Japan, France, USA, New Zealand, Slovakia, Brazil, Columbia, Argentina, Canada, Republic of South Africa, Mexico, Venezuela, Jamaica.


YOUTH BOYS

Team: Richard Campbell, Nathan Cargill, Stephen Cody, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, John Hahn, Rhys Howden, Daniel Lawrence, Stephen Lewis, Rhys McKinnon, Billy Miller, Nick O’Halloran, Jordan Votan, Maui Whaitiri, James  Young. Coach: John, Fox. Manager: Michael Weiner.

Low Tatras Cup, Koscise, Slovakia, July
Day 1: Australia 18 (N Cargill, S Lewis 4, R Campbell 3, R McKinnon 2, J Young 2, S Cody, R Howden, J Cotterill) Japan 6.
Day 2: Australia 17 (R Campbell 4, N Cargill, J Cotterill, S Lewis, R McKinnon 2, S Cody, R Howden, N O’Halloran, J Votan, M Whaitiri) USA 5.
Day 3: Australia 16 (N OÕHalloran 4, N O’Halloran 4, R Howden 3, R Campbell, N Cargill, S Lewis 2, R McKinnon, J Votan, J Young) Slovakia 6. Final points: Australia 9, Japan 7, Slovakia 5, USA 3.
Semifinal: Italy 8 Australia 6 (J Cotterill 3, R Campbell 2, S Lewis) in extra time (FT: 5-5).
Day 4:3-4 play-off, Australia 6 (N Cargill, N OÕHalloran 2, J Votan, J Cotterill) Japan 4.
Final placings: Hngary, Italy, Australia, Japan, France, USA, Slovenia, Slovakia.

Six-nation tournament, Acireale, Italy, July
Day 1: Serbia & Montenegro 6 Australia 3 (R Campbell 3).
Day 2: Croatia 10 Australia 8 (B Miller, M Whaitiri 2, N Cargill, S Cody, N O’Halloran, R Howden), Australia 9 (N Cargill, N O’Halloran, R Campbell 2, J Cotterill, D Lawrence, R McKinnon) Italy 3.
Day 3: Australia 7 (R Campbell, N O’Halloran 2, N Cargill, R McKinnon, S Lewis) Greece 5.
Day 4: Australia 11 (N Cargill 3, J Young, R Howden, N O’Halloran 2, R Campbell, S Lewis) France 8.
Final placings: SCG, Croatia, Australia, Italy, France, Greece.
MVP: Ritchie Campbell.


Country Hawaiian Invitational, Honolulu, USA, August

Team: Mitch Baird, Matt Bartlett, Sean Bryant, Nick Campbell, Adam Cawood, Angus Crowley, Brendan Hagen, Mike Ioannu, Sean Jacobs, Sam McCombe,  Luke Pirrottina, Chad Rapsey, Daniel Robinson. Coach: Philip Martin. Manager: Jaimi Burns.

Day 1: Australian Country 5 (L Pirrottina, C Rapsey, M Bartlett, S Jacobs, D Robinson) SET 2. Day 2: Olympic 10 Australian Country 2 (N Campbell 2). Day 3: Australian Country 9 (S Jacobs 3, S Bryant, D Robinson 2, N Campbell, S McCombe) Anuenue 3. Day 4: Sunset B 8 Australian Country 2 (N Bartlett, S Jacobs). Day 5: Australian Country 7 (D Robinson 3, S Jacobs 2, S Bryant, N Campbell) Paumalu A 6. Day 6: 5th & 6th Play-off, Hawaiian Islands 7 Australian Country 4 (S Jacobs 2, N Campbell, M Bartlett). Final placings: Olympic, Sunset A, Sunset B, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, Australian Country, Balmain, Palmalu, Navy AC, SET Women: Day 1: Australian Country 13 Bison 5. Day 2: Hawaiian Islands 7 Australian Country 1 Day 3: Australian Country 10 Norcal 8. Day 4: Australian Country 12 Ventura 1. Day 5: Semifinal, Australian Country 7 Balmain 4. Day 6: Final, Hawaiian Island 6 Australian Country 5. Final placings: Hawaiian Islands, Australian Country, Davis, Balmain. Other placings not determined.


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