National Teams & Results

2006 Australian Men’s Results

2006 AUSTRALIAN MEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

SENIOR MEN

Series with China, Perth, Australia, January

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Richard Campbell, Tim Cleland, Trent Franklin (C), Luke Gavin, Christian Hoad, Toby Jenkins, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Anthony Martin, Timothy Neesham (VC), Nick O’Halloran, Luke Quinlivan, Adam Richardson, Peter Tresise, Laurie Trettel. Head Coach: David Neesham. Manager: David Swift.

Test 1: Australia  13 (T Franklin 4, T Neesham 3, J Beadsworth  2, C Hoad, S McGregor, A Richardson, P Tresise) China  10.
Test 2: Australia 14 (S McGregor 4, J Beadsworth 3, C Hoad, R Maitland 2, T Franklin, T Cleland, N O’Halloran) China 4.
Australia wins series 2-0.


II Commonwealth Championships, Perth, Australia, January

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Tim Cleland, Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin (VC), Christian Hoad, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Timothy Neesham (VC), Adam Richardson, James Stanton, Peter Tresise, Laurie Trettel, Thomas Whalan (C). Head Coach: David Neesham. Assistant Coach: Andrew Kerr. Manager: Chris Harrison.

Day 2: Australia 33 (A Richardson, T Franklin, P Figlioli 6, T Whalan 4, T Cleland 3, T Neesham, S McGregor 2, P Tresise, C Hoad, R Maitland, J Beadsworth) Singapore 3.
Day 3: Australia 14 (T Franklin, C Hoad, T Whalan, T Cleland 2, A Richardson, P Figlioli, P Tresise, S MacGregor, R Maitland, J Beadsworth) South Africa 5.
Day 4: Australia 12 (T Whalan 5, P Figlioli 3, S McGregor 2, P Tresise, T Neesham) Canada 9, Australia 24 (P Figlioli 5, T Franklin, P Tresise, C Hoad, T Neesham, J Beadsworth 3, T Whalan, T Cleland 2) Wales 0.
Day 5: Australia 21 (T Franklin 4, T Neesham 3, P Figlioli, P Tresise, C Hoad, T Whalan, T Cleland 2, A Richardson, S MacGregor, R Maitland, J Beadsworth) England 2.
Day 6: Australia 15 (T Franklin, J Beadsworth 3, P Figlioli, C Hoad, T Neesham 2, T Whalan, T Cleland, R Maitland) New Zealand 8.
Final Points: AUS 12, CAN 9, NZL 7, ENG 6, RSA 6, WAL 2, SIN 0.
Day 7: Semifinal: Australia 18 (T Whalan 4, T Franklin, T Neesham, S McGregor 3, P Figlioli 2, A Richardson, R Maitland, J Beadsworth) South Africa 8.
Day 8: Gold medal: Australia 12 (P Figlioli 4, T Franklin, P Tresise, T Neesham 2, J Beadsworth, R Maitland) Canada 3.
Most valuable player: Thomas Whalan (AUS).
Most valuable goalkeeper: James Stanton (AUS).
Highest goal-scorer after rounds: Pietro Figlioli (AUS) 19.


International series with United States of America, Sydney, June

Team: Mitchal Ainsworth, Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Luke Gavin, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Daniel Marsden, Ryan Moody, Tim Neesham, Luke Quinlivan, Grant Richardson, Alistair Visch, Laurie Trettel, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: David Neesham. Manager: Chris Harrison.

First Test: USA 13 Australia 12 (T Franklin, T Neesham 3, P Figlioli, T Whalan 2, R Moody, S McGregor).
Second Test: USA 9 Australia 7 (T Whalan 3, M Ainsworth, P Figlioli, S McGregor, G Woods). USA wins series 2-0.


FINA Men’s World League, Yongzhou, China, July

Team: Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Luke Gavin, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Daniel Marsden, Ryan Moody, Tim Neesham, Luke Quinlivan, Grant Richardson, Alistair Visch, Peter Tresise, Laurie Trettel, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: David Neesham. Manager: Chris Harrison.

Day 1: Australia 10 (S McGregor 3, T Franklin, P Figlioli 2, L Gavin, T Whalan, R Moody) France 6.
Day 2: Australia 9 (P Figlioli, S McGregor 2, T Franklin, T Neesham, T Whalan, G Woods, R Maitland) China 5.
Day 3: Australia 15 (P Figlioli, T Franklin, T Whalan 3, T Neesham 2, D Marsden, G Woods, A Richardson, S McGregor) Japan 11.
Day 4: Australia 11 (T Franklin 4, P Figlioli 3, P Tresise, T Whalan, G Woods, R Moody) France 6.
Day 5: Australia 17 (P Figlioli 5, T Neesham 3, T Franklin, G Woods 2, G Richardson, S McGregor, T Whalan, D Marsden, P Tresise) Japan 10.
Day 6: Australia 14 (A Martin, G Woods 3, T Franklin, T Neesham, S McGregor 2, D Marsden, R Maitland) China 4.


FINA Men’s World League semifinals, Los Alamitos, USA, July

Team: Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Luke Gavin, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Daniel Marsden, Ryan Moody, Tim Neesham, Luke Quinlivan, Grant Richardson, Alistair Visch, Peter Tresise, Laurie Trettel, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: David Neesham. Manager: Chris Harrison.

Day 1: Australia 12 (T Franklin 3, T Neesham, S McGregor 2, T Whalan, P Tresise, R Moody, L Gavin) Brazil 2.
Day 2: Australia 10 (S McGregor, T Whalan 3, D Marsden, T Franklin, T Neesham, G Woods) France 5.
Day 3: Australia 12 (T Whalan 3, D Marsden, T Franklin, R Maitland, L Gavin 2, R Moody) China 4.
Day 4: Australia 14 (D Marsden, T Franklin, P Figlioli 3, S McGregor 2, P Tresise, T Whalan, G Woods) Canada 7,
Day 5: USA 9 Australia 6 (T Neesham 2, D Marsden, T Franklin, P Tresise, P Figlioli, T Whalan) in penalty shootout (FT: 5-5).
Final placings: USA, Australia, France, China, Canada, Brazil.


FINA Men’s World League Super Finals, Athens, Greece, August

Team: Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Luke Gavin, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Daniel Marsden, Ryan Moody, Tim Neesham, Luke Quinlivan, Grant Richardson, Alistair Visch, Laurie Trettel, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: David Neesham. Manager: Chris Harrison.

Day 1: Spain 7 Australia 5 (T Franklin 3, P Figlioli, G Richardson).
Day 2: Greece 14 Australia 12 (T Franklin, T Whalan 4, P Figlioli 2, D Marsden, S McGregor).
Day 3: SCG 12 Australia 10 (T Franklin, P Figlioli 3, D Marsden, A Martin, S McGregor, R Moody).
Day 4: Australia 14 (T Franklin, T Whalan 3, P Figlioli, S McGregor, R Maitland 2, G Richardson, R Moody) USA 13 in penalty shootout (FT: 10-10).
Day 5: 1st & 2nd, Serbia & Montenegro 6 Spain 4; 3rd & 4th, Greece 11 Australia 10 (P Figlioli, S McGregor, T Whalan 2, T Franklin, G Richardson, T Neesham, G Woods); 5th & 6th, USA 11 France 4.


JUNIOR MEN

Team: Richie Campbell, Nathan Cargill, Stephen Cody, Johnno Cotterill, Michael Dance, Joel Dennerley, Patrick Harmer, Rhys Howden, Tom Knox, Daniel Lawrence, Nick O’Halloran, Stephen Lewis, Scott MacKenzie, Billy Miller, James Young. Coach: John Fox. Manager: Jon Harmer.

International Tournament, Sisak, Croatia, June
Day 1: Australia 9 (N Cargill 3, S Cody, P Harmer, N O’Halloran, R Campbell, J Cotterill, J Young) Russia 8, Croatia 14 Australia 11 (J Cotterill 3, N Cargill, R Campbell, N O’Halloran 2, B Miller, S Cody).
Day 2: Australia 10 (P Harmer, R Campbell, J Cotterill 2, R Howden, N O’Halloran 2, T Knox) Hungary 10, Australia 12 (N O’Halloran 3, R Campbell, S Cody 2, N Cargill, J Young, R Howden, S Mackenzie) Greece 11.
Day 3: Australia 9 (N Cargill 3, D Lawrence 2, N O’Halloran, J Young, P Harmer, J Cotterill) Serbia & Montenegro 9.
Final placings: Serbia & Montenegro, Australia, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Russia.

International tournament, Acireale, Italy, June-July
Day 1: Australia 16 (T Knox 3, N Cargill, N O’Halloran 2, R Campbell, J Young, W Miller, P Harmer, S Cody, R Howden, J Cotterill, S Lewis, S Mackenzie) France 5, Croatia 14 Australia 10 (R Campbell 3, J Cotterill 2, N Cargill, J Young, D Lawrence, S Cody, R Howden).
Day 2: Italy 12 Australia 11 (P Harmer 3, R Campbell, N O’Halloran, J Cotterill 2, B Miller, D Lawrence).
Day 3: Play-off for 3rd & 4th, Croatia 16 Australia 13 (J Cotterill 3, N Cargill, R Campbell, D Lawrence 2, N O’Halloran, J Young, P Harmer, R Howden).
Final placings: Italy, Greece, Croatia, Australia, USA, Slovakia, France.

High Tatras Cup, Trebisov, Slovakia, July
Day 1: Australia 18 (J Cotterill 4, P Harmer 3, N O’Halloran, S Cody 2, N Cargill, R Campbell, B Miller, D Lawrence, S Lewis, S Mackenzie, T Knox) Japan 11.
Day 2: Australia 17 (N O’Halloran 6, J Young, J Cotterill 3, P Harmer 2, B Miller, D Lawrence, S Cody) Slovakia 6.
Day 3: Australia 8 (R Campbell, N O’Halloran 2, J Young, R Howden, D Lawrence, J Cotterill) Hungary 8.
day four: Play-off for 3rd & 4th: Australia 14 (J Cotterill 4, R Campbell, R Howden 2, N Cargill, N O’Halloran, J Young, B Miller, P Harmer, S Cody) Germany 9.
Final placings: Hungary, USA, Australia, Germany, Slovakia, Slovenia, Japan, Poland.

Tristar International, Koper, Slovenia, July
Day 1: Australia 17 (P Harmer, R Campbell 3, N Cargill, N O’Halloran, B Miller, R Howden 2, D Lawrence, J Cotterill, S Mackenzie) Japan 5.
Day 2: Australia 16 (N Cargill, S Mackenzie 3, R Howden, J Cotterill 2, R Campbell, N O’Halloran, J Young, D Lawrence, P Harmer, S Cody) Slovenia 3.
Day 3: Australia 16 (S Cody 4, D Lawrence 3, J Young, P Harmer, S Lewis 2, N Cargill, R Campbell, N O’Halloran) Turkey 8.
Final placings: Australia, Japan, Slovenia, Turkey.
Player of the Tournament: Richie Campbell.
Goalkeeper of the Tournament: Michael Dance.


YOUTH BOYS

Team: Chris Cramb, Aaron-Jase Delaney, Jeffrey Disken, Chris Dyson, Corrie Eames, Peter Janzen, Lachlan Hollis, Toby Hunt, Mitch McCann, Ross O’Brien, Mace Rapsey, Sam Robertson, Edward Slade, Kane Smith, Carl Zvekan. Coach: Mark Hubbard. Manager: Graeme Bryce. Referee: Nick Hodgers.

Tristar International, Kranj, Slovenia, August
Day 1: Australia 17 (M Rapsey 5, T Hunt 3, S Robertson, AJ Delaney 2, C Eames,  C Dyson, P Janzen, M McCann, C Cramb) Vojuodine 9, Slovenia 15 Slovakia 4.
Day 2: Australia 13 (M Rapsey, S Robertson, C Eames, L Hollis 2, C Dyson, P Janzen, M McCann, R O’Brien, T Hunt) Slovenia 7, Slovakia 13 Vojuodine 12.
Day 3: Australia 17 (C Eames 5, L Hollis 3, C Dyson, P Janzen 2, C Cramb, A J Delaney, T Hunt, R O’Brien, K Smith) Slovakia 6.

International Series, Novaky, Slovakia, August:
Day 1: Australia 15 (M Rapsey 4, P Janzen 3, C Eames, M McCann, R O’Brien 2, C Cramb, T Hunt) Slovakia 6.
Day 2: Australia 11 (P Janzen 3, C Cramb, R O’Brien, M Rapsey 2, C Eames, L Hollis) Slovakia 5.
Day 3: Australia 14 (L Hollis, M McCann, M Rapsey 3, P Janzen 2, C Cramb, R O’Brien, S Robertson) Slovakia 6.

Canor Erdogru tournament, Istanbul, Turkey, August:
Day 1: Serbia 16 Australia 7 (R O’Brien, L Hollis 2, C Cramb, S Robertson, C Eames).
Day 2: Australia 15 (S Robertson 4, R O’Brien 3, L Hollis, C Dyson 2, C Cramb, M Rapsey, C Eames, T Hunt) France 7.
Day 3: Australia 17 (P Janzen 4, A J Delaney, C Eames, M McCann 3, C Dyson, M Rapsey, T Hunt, R O’Brien) Romania 4.
Day 4: Semifinal, Turkey 11 Australia 5 (R O’Brien 3, C Eames, S Robertson).
Day 5: For 3rd & 4th, Australia 11 (M Rapsey, C Dyson 3, C Eames, L Hollis, S Robertson, R O’Brien, M McCann) Russia 10.
Final placings: Serbia, Turkey, Australia, Russia, Slovakia, France, Romania, Slovenia.

Samartzidis Cup, Syros, Greece, August:
Day 1: Greece 13 Australia 8 (S Robertson, C Dyson 2, C Cramb, M McCann, P Janzen, R O’Brien). Day 2: Australia 11 (C Dyson 4, S Robertson 3, P Janzen, M Rapsey, L Hollis, R O’Brien) France 6. Day 3: Australia 10 (T Hunt, C Eames, M McCann 2, C Dyson, R O’Brien, L Hollis, M Rapsey) Germany 7. Day 4: 3rd & 4th, Serbia 7 Australia 6 (C Eames 3, C Dyson, T Hunt, L Hollis). Final placings: Italy, Greece, Serbia, Australia, France, Germany.


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