National Teams & Results

2005 Australian Women’s Results

2005 AUSTRALIAN WOMEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

Senior Women

Test Series with New Zealand, Canberra, June

Team: Kristy Bagnall, Victoria Brown, Luisa Chaves, Nikita Cuffe, Jemma Dessauvagie, Nicole Dyson, Suzie Fraser, Fiona Hammond, Bronwen Knox, Emma Knox, Ashleigh Miller, Kelly Miller, Jane Moran, Helen North, Patrice O’Neill, Mia Santoromito, Elizabeth Simms, Sophie Smith, Rowena Webster, Taniele Gofers.  Head Coach: Greg McFadden.

First Test: Australia 13 (T Gofers 4, J Moran 3, S Fraser 2, L Simms, B Knox, F Hammond, R Webster) New Zealand 6.
Second Test: New Zealand 8 Australia 7 (S Fraser 2, L Chaves, A Miller, T Gofers, S Smith, K Miller).
Third Test: Australia 8 (F Hammond 2, N Dyson, E Simms, B Knox, K Miller, P O’Neill) New Zealand 3.
Fourth Test: Australia 9 (F Hammond, L Simms, J Moran 2, N Cuffe, T Gofers, M Santoromito) New Zealand 6.
Fifth Test: Australia 12 (N Cuffe 4, R Webster, P O’Neill, J Moran 2, K Bagnall, L Simms) New Zealand 2.
Sixth Test: Australia 8 (S Smith, T Gofers, L Simms 2, P O’Neill, A Miller) New Zealand 4.

Australia wins series 5-1


World League, First Round, La Jolla, USA, July

Team: Yvette Balla-Gow, Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Erin Douglass, Suzie Fraser, Taniele Gofers, Kate Gynther, Gemma Hadley, Amy Hetzel, Bronwen Knox, Alicia McCormack, Elise Norwood, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Elizabeth Simms. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Asst coaches: Alexandr  Osadchuk, Ryan Moar. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Day 1: Australia 8 (K Gynther 3, M Rippon, E Norwood 2, G Hadley) Greece 5.
Day 2: USA 7 Australia 5 (K Gynther, A Hetzel, S Fraser, T Gofers, G Hadley).
Day 3: Canada 7 Australia 4 (Y Balla-Gow 3, M Rippon), Australia 14 (G Hadley 3, M Rippon, B Knox 2, G Beadsworth, L Simms, R Rippon, E Norwood, T Gofers, Y Balla-Gow, A Hetzel) Germany 3.
Day 4: Australia 8 (G Beadsworth 3, L Simms, S Fraser, K Gynther, E Douglass, G Hadley) Brazil 0.

World League, Second Round, New York, July

Day 1: Australia 9 (R Rippon 3, T Gofers, K Gynther 2, E Norwood, G Beadsworth) Brazil 3.
Day 2: Greece 9 Australia 7 (E Douglass 2, G Beadsworth, R Rippon, E Norwood, K Gynther, A Hetzel).
Day 3: Australia 7 (G Beadsworth, T Gofers, K Gynther 2, S Fraser) USA 3.
Day 4: Australia 15 (B Knox 3, G Beadsworth, R Rippon, T Gofers, K Gynther, Y Balla-Gow 2, E Simms, G Hadley) Germany 5.
Day 5: Canada 7 Australia 6 (R Rippon, S Fraser, T Gofers, K Gynther, E Douglass, Y Balla-Gow), USA 9 Brazil 1.

Final points: USA 25, Canada 24, Australia 22, Greece 20, Germany 12, Brazil 11.


XI FINA World Championships, Montreal, Canada, July

Team: Yvette Balla-Gow, Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Erin Douglass, Suzie Fraser, Taniele Gofers, Kate Gynther, Amy Hetzel, Bronwen Knox, Alicia McCormack, Elise Norwood, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Asst coaches: Alexandr Osadchuk, Ryan Moar. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Day 1: Australia 15 (T Gofers, E Norwood 3, K Gynther, Y Balla-Gow 2, G Beadsworth, B Knox, M Rippon, R Rippon, S Fraser) Germany 2.
Day 2: Australia 11 (G Beadsworth, R Rippon, Douglass, Y Balla-Gow 2, K Gynther, A Hetzel, E Norwood) Brazil 4.
Day 3: Australia 9 (K Gynther, Y Balla-Gow 2, G Beadsworth, E Norwood, T Gofers, E Douglass, M Rippon) Netherlands 2.
Day 4: Bye
Day 5: USA 8 Australia 5 (T Gofers 2, R Rippon, K Gynther, Y Balla-Gow).
Day 6: Australia 10 (K Gynther 4, E Norwood 2, R Rippon, E Douglass, Y Balla-Gow, M Rippon) Italy 9.
Day 7: For 5th & 6th: Greece 10 Australia 8 (E Norwood, T Gofers, K Gynther 2, R Rippon, E Douglass) in extra time (FT: 7-7).

Final placings: Hungary, USA, Canada, Russia, Greece, Australia, Italy, Germany, Cuba, Netherlands, Spain, New Zealand, Brazil, Venezuela, Uzbekistan, China.


II FINA World League Super Finals, Kirishi, Russia, August

Team: Victoria Brown, Nikita Cuffe, Erin Douglass, Nicole Dyson, Taniele Gofers, Kate Gynther, Fiona Hammond, Alicia McCormack, Kelly Miller, Elise Norwood, Patrice O’Neill, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Mia Santoromito, Sophie Smith. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Asst coaches: Simone Fountain, Greig Richardson.

Day 1: Russia 14 Australia 13 (K Gynther 5, M Rippon 2, T Gofers, P O’Neill, R Rippon, N Cuffe, E Norwood, F Hammond) in penalty shootout (FT: 10-10).
Day 2: Australia 11 (K Gynther 4, M Rippon 2, T Gofers, P O’Neill, R Rippon, N Cuffe, E Norwood, F Hammond) USA 10.
Day 3: Australia 12 (K Gynther 5, E Norwood, N Cuffe 3, T Gofers) Netherlands 6.
Day 4: 3rd & 4th, Australia 6 (M Santoromito, M Rippon, K Gynther, R Rippon, N Cuffe, E Norwood) Hungary 4.

Final placings: Greece, Russia, Australia, Hungary, United States of America, Canada, Netherlands, Italy.


Junior Women

VI FINA World Championships, Perth, January

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Luisa Chaves, Nicole Dyson, Taniele Gofers, Bronwen Knox, Ashleigh Miller, Jane Moran, Helen North, Patrice O’Neill, Louise Robertson, Mia Santoromito, Sophie Smith. Head Coach: Bruce Falson. Asst Coach: Sharyn Gist. Manager: Julie Hamill.

Day 1: Australia 20 (T Gofers 6, P O’Neill 3, J Beadsworth, N Dyson, L Robertson, J Moran, M Santoromito 2, B Knox) Brazil 0.
Day 2: Australia 10 (G Beadsworth 5, P O’Neil 2, S Smith, L Chaves, T Gofers) Italy 8.
Day 3: Australia 10 (T Gofers, P O’Neill, M Santoromito 2, G Beadsworth, A Miller, L Robertson, J Moran) Spain 7.
Day 5: Australia 10 (G Beadsworth 4, A Miller 3, P O’Neill 2, L Chaves) Canada 8.
Day 6: Semifinal: United States 5 Australia 4 (G Beadsworth 2, S Smith, N Dyson).
Day 7: Bronze play-off: Australia 10 (G Beadsworth 3, T Gofers, P O’Neill 2, S Smith, B Knox, M Santoromito) Greece 4.

Final placings: United States 1, Russia 2, Australia 3, Greece 4, Netherlands 5, Canada 6, Spain 7, New Zealand 8, Italy 9, Germany 10, Hungary 11, Puerto Rico 12, Japan 13, China 14, Brazil 15.


Four Nation Tournament, Madrid, Spain, July

Team: Danielle Bower, Kayla Bryce, Nicole Dyson, Cassie Grayson, Jana Liessmann,  Holly Lincoln Smith, Sarah Mills, Leah Neilsen, Elysha O’Neill, Patrice O’Neill, Glencora Ralph, Jenna Santoromito,Yasmin Schmid, Rowena Webster, Joanne Whitehorn. Coach: Bruce Falson. Manager: Julie Hamill.

Day 1: Australia 8 (P O’Neill 3, N Dyson, R Webster, H Lincoln-Smith, J Santoromito, J Whitehorn ) Greece 1.
Day 2: Australia 11 (N Dyson, P O’Neill 3, G Ralph 2, R Webster, J Leissmann, H Lincoln-Smith) Spain 1.
Day 3: Australia 11 (R Webster 3, P O’Neill, J Santoromito 2, G Ralph, H Lincoln-Smith, J Whitehorn, L Leissmann) Italy 5.

Final placings: Australia, Greece, Italy, Spain.
Most valuable player: Nicole Dyson (AUS).
Highest goal-scorer: Patrice O’Neill (AUS).
Best goalkeeper: Elysha O’Neill (AUS).

Four Nation tournament, Rapallo, Italy, July

Team: Danielle Bower, Kayla Bryce, Nicole Dyson, Cassie Grayson, Jana Liessmann,  Holly Lincoln Smith, Sarah Mills, Leah Neilsen, Elysha O’Neill, Patrice O’Neill, Glencora Ralph, Jenna Santoromito,Yasmin Schmid, Rowena Webster, Joanne Whitehorn. Coach: Bruce Falson. Manager: Julie Hamill.

Day 1: Australia 11 (P O’Neill, N Dyson, G Ralph 3, R Webster 2) Netherlands 8.
Day 2: Russia 12 Australia 7 (S Mills, J Whitehorn 3, P OÕNeill).
Day 3: Italy 7 Australia 6 (S Mills 2, J Whitehorn, C Grayson, K Bryce, G Ralph).

Final placings: Russia, Netherlands, Italy, Australia


Youth Girls

Team: Catherine Ainsworth, Libby Alcock, Tahnee Carroll, Amanda Cox, Jorja Ewart,  Caitlan Field, Melissa Hammond, Hannah Ingle, Caitlan Kerr, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Hayley Morrison, Jess Reynolds, Elise Rossato, Emma Trezise, Emily Young. Coach: Phillip Bower. Assistant Coach/Manager: Taryn Woods.

Commerce U18 Tournament, Commerce, USA, June:

Day 1: Australia 8 (T Carroll 2, C Field, A Cox, M Hammond, E Trezise, J Ewart, C Kerr) Newport 3, Australia 7 (H Lincoln-Smith 3, L Alcock, M Hammond, A Cox, E Rossato) American River 3.
Day 2: Australia 10 (M Hammond 4, L Alcock, C Kerr, A Cox, C Field, E Rossato, T Carroll) Golden West 4, Australia 6 (H Lincoln-Smith 3, C Kerr, M Hammond, T Carrolll, A Cox) Commerce 5.
Day 3: Australia 4 (C Kerr, M Hammond, T Carroll, A Cox) San Diego Shores 3, bronze medal, USA Youth 4 Australia 3 (M Hammond, H Lincoln-Smith, E Rossato).

International Youth Series, Los Alamitos, USA, June:

Day 1:Australia 11 (C Ainsworth, T Carroll, E Trezise 2, H Lincoln-Smith, M Hammond, C Field, J Reynolds, A Cox) USA B 1.
Day 2: Australia 9 (T Carroll, M Hammond 3, E Trezise, H Lincoln-Smith, A Cox) USA A 6.
Day 3: Australia 9 (M Hammond 3, A Cox, C Ainsworth, C Kerr 2) USA B 9.
Day 4: USA A 4 Australia 2 (M Hammond, H Lincoln-Smith).


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