National Teams & Results

2006 Australian Women’s Results

2006 AUSTRALIAN WOMEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

Senior Women

Series with Canada, Canberra, Australia, January:

Team: Elise Ashton, Yvette Balla-Gow, Gemma Beadsworth, Danielle Bower, Erin Douglass, Suzie Fraser, Gemma Hadley, Fiona Hammond, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Elysha O’Neill, Melissa Rippon (C), Rebecca Rippon, Jenna Santoromito, Mia Santoromito, Sophie Smith, Larissa Webster. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Simone Hankin, Aleksandr Osadchuk. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Test 1: Australia 13 (E Ashton 4, M Rippon 3, G Beadsworth, R Rippon 2, M Santoromito, S Fraser) Canada 4.
Test 2: Canada 8 Australia 7 (R Rippon, G Hadley 2, E Ashton, M Rippon, S Smith).


II Commonwealth Championships, Perth, Australia, January:

Team: Yvette Balla-Gow, Gemma Beadsworth, Danielle Bower, Erin Douglass, Suzie Fraser, Gemma Hadley, Fiona Hammond, Alicia McCormack, Melissa Rippon (C), Rebecca Rippon, Jenna Santoromito, Mia Santoromito, Sophie Smith. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Simone Hankin, Aleksandr Osadchuk. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Day 2: Australia 31 (G Beadsworth 6, E Douglass, Y Balla-Gow 4, S Fraser, F Hammond, M Rippon 3, G Hadley, J Santoromito, M Santoromito 2, S Smith, R Rippon) Singapore 1.
Day 3: Australia 25 (S Fraser 5, S Smith 4, E Douglass, M Rippon 3, R Rippon, G Hadley, J Santoromito, Y Balla-Gow 2, F Hammond, M Santoromito) South Africa 2.
Day 4: Australia 32 (M Rippon 5, G Beadsworth, G Hadley, F Hammond 4, S Fraser, J Santoromito, E Douglass, Y Balla-Gow 3, M Santoromito 2, S Smith) Scotland 0, Australia 12 (G Hadley 3, G Beadsworth, R Rippon 2, S Smith, S Fraser, E Douglass, Y Balla-Gow, M Rippon) Canada 3.
Day 5: Australia 16 (Y Balla-Gow 4, R Rippon 3, S Fraser 2, F Hammond, G Hadley, J Santoromito, E Douglass, M Santoromito, M Rippon) England 2.
Day 6: Australia 14 (S Fraser, F Hammond, G Hadley, E Douglass, Y Balla-Gow, M Rippon 2, S Smith, R Rippon) New Zealand 7.

Final points: Australia 12, Canada 10, New Zealand 8, England 6, South Africa 4, Scotland 2, Singapore 0.

Day 7: Semifinals: Australia 12 (M Santoromito 3, G Hadley, Y Balla-Gow, M Rippon 2, S Smith, F Hammond E Douglass) England 5.
Day 8: Gold medal: Australia 12 (M Rippon 4, G Beadsworth 2, S Smith, R Rippon, S Fraser, G Hadley, E Douglass, Y Balla-Gow) Canada 4.

Most valuable player: Melissa Rippon (AUS).
Most valuable goalkeeper: Alicia McCormack (AUS).


Trans-Tasman Challenge, Sydney, June

Team: Danielle Bower, Kelly Douglass, Nicole Dyson, Katie Finucane, Taniele Gofers, Bronwen Knox, Jane Moran, Elysha O’Neill, Patrice O’Neill, Glencora Ralph, Rebecca Rippon, Jenna Santoromito, Mia Santoromito. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Greig Richardson.

First Test: Australia 10 (T Gofers, P O’Neill 3, J Santoromito 2, J Moran, M Santoromito) New Zealand 10 (K Hudson 3, R McGuinness, K Mason 2, S Sumich, A Sieprath, F Snell).
Second Test: Australia 11 (N Dyson 3, P O’Neill 2, R Rippon, J Moran, R Webster, S Mills, G Ralph, M Santoromito) New Zealand 5 (R McGuinness 3, E Cox, K Mason).
Third Test: Australia 11 (S Mills 5, N Dyson 2, R Rippon, J Moran, K Finucane, M Santoromito) New Zealand 4 (R Donoghue, R McGuinness, A Sieprath, K Mason).


FINA Women’s World League, Yongzhou, China, July:

Team: Danielle Bower, Kelly Douglass, Nicole Dyson, Katie Finucane, Taniele Gofers, Bronwen Knox, Jane Moran, Elysha O’Neill, Patrice O’Neill, Glencora Ralph, Rebecca Rippon, Jenna Santoromito, Mia Santoromito. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Greig Richardson. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Day 1: Australia 10 (B Knox 3, R Rippon, P O’Neill 2, T Gofers, J Santoromito, K Douglass) New Zealand 4.
Day 2: Australia 25 (M Santoromito 5, B Knox, N Dyson 4, R Rippon, P O’Neill 3, J Moran 2, G Ralph, T Gofers, J Santoromito, K Douglass) China B 3.
Day 3: Australia 10 (N Dyson 2, J Moran, J Santoromito, M Santoromito, K Finucane, T Gofers, B Knox, P O’Neill, R Rippon) China A 7.
Day 4: Australia 11 (P O’Neill, N Dyson, G Ralph 2, K Finucane, R Rippon, J Moran, B Knox, M Santoromito) New Zealand 8.
Day 5: Australia 13 (B Knox 3, R Rippon 3, N Dyson 2, J Moran, K Finucane, G Ralph, P O’Neill) China B 4.
Day 6: Australia 10 (B Knox 4, R Rippon, N Dyson 2, M Santoromito, P O’Neill) China 8.

Final placings: Australia, New Zealand, China, China B.


FINA Women’s World League Semi Finals, Los Alamitos, USA, July:

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Nicole Dyson, Suzie Fraser, Kate Gynther, Fiona Hammond, Bronwen Knox, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Patrice O’Neill, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Jenna Santoromito, Mia Santoromito, Sophie Smith. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Greig Richardson. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Day 1: Australia 16 (K Gynther 3, S Smith, F Hammond, N Dyson, M Rippon 2, G Beadsworth, R Rippon, S Fraser, B Knox, M Santoromito) Brazil 3.
Day 2: Australia 12 (K Gynther 4, S Smith, S Fraser 2, R Rippon, F Hammond, M Santoromito, G Beadsworth) New Zealand 7.
Day 3: Canada 15 Australia 12 (R Rippon, M Santoromito 3, B Knox 2, G Beadsworth, S Fraser, F Hammond, N Dyson) in penalty shootout (FT: 12-12).
Day 4: Australia 17 (K Gynther, S Fraser 4, R Rippon, G Beadsworth, J Moran 2, M Santoromito, J Santoromito, B Knox) China 6.
Day 5: USA 12 Australia 11 (K Gynther, R Rippon 3, S Fraser 2, S Smith, B Knox, M Santoromito).

Final points: USA 15 Canada 11, Australia 10, Brazil 6, New Zealand 3, China 0.


FINA World League Super Finals, Cosenza, Italy, July:

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Nicole Dyson, Suzie Fraser, Kate Gynther, Fiona Hammond, Bronwen Knox, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Patrice O’Neill, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Jenna Santoromito, Mia Santoromito, Sophie Smith. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Greig Richardson. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Day 1: Australia 14 (K Gynther 5, G Beadsworth, S Fraser, P O’Neill 2, R Rippon, B Knox, M Santoromito) Italy 13 in penalty shootout (FT: 8-8).
Day 2: Australia 14 (K Gynther 6, S Fraser, N Dyson 2, R Rippon, F Hammond, B Knox, M Rippon) Russia 12.
Day 3: Australia 12 (B Knox, K Gynther, M Rippon 3, S Smith, R Rippon, M Santoromito) Netherlands 11.
Day 4: Australia 6 (M Rippon 2, R Rippon, S Fraser, K Gynther, P O’Neill) Canada 5.
Day 5: 5th & 6th, Netherlands 9 Canada 7; 3rd & 4th, Russia 12 Australia 7 (K Gynther 3, J Santoromito, S Fraser, B Knox, N Dyson); 1st & 2nd, USA 9 Italy 6.


XIV FINA World Cup, Tianjin, China, August:

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Nicole Dyson, Suzie Fraser, Taniele Gofers, Kate Gynther, Fiona Hammond, Bronwen Knox, Emma Knox, Alicia McCormack,  Patrice O’Neill, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Mia Santoromito. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Ryan Moar. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Day 1: Australia 12 (K Gynther, B Knox 3, M Santoromito 2, R Rippon, S Fraser, T Gofers, M Rippon) Canada 8.
Day 2: Australia 7 (K Gynther 3, G Beadsworth 2, B Knox, S Fraser) Italy 5.
Day 3: Australia 9 (G Beadsworth, M Rippon 2, S Fraser, F Hammond, T Gofers, P O’Neill, M Santoromito) Hungary 6. Final points: Australia 6, Italy 4, Hungary 2, Canada 0.
Day 5: Semifinal, Australia 10 (S Fraser, P O’Neill, M Rippon 2, G Beadsworth, R Rippon, F Hammond, T Gofers) Russia 9.
Day six: Gold-medal, Australia 10 (K Gynther 3, G Beadsworth, S Fraser 2, M Santoromito, R Rippon, B Knox) Italy 7.

Final placings: Australia, Italy, Russia, USA, Hungary, Greece, Canada, China.


Exhibition Matches, Los Alamitos, USA, December:

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Nikita Cuffe, Katie Finucane, Suzie  Fraser, Kate Gynther, Gemma Hadley, Amy Hetzel, Bronwen Knox, Emma Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Sarah Mills, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Jenna Santoromito. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Day 1: USA 11 Australia 10 (G Beadsworth, S Mills, G Hadley, K Gynther 2, N Cuffe, A Hetzel).
Day 2: Australia 12 (G Beadsworth 4, K Gynther, G Ralph 2, N Cuffe, G Hadley, J Santoromito, B Knox) Netherlands 11.

Holiday Cup, Los Alamitos, USA, December:

Day 1: Australia 12 (G Beadsworth 3, G Hadley, S Fraser 2, B Knox, K Gynther, J Santoromito, A Hetzel, K Finucane) Italy 9, USA 5 Canada 4, Russia 13 Netherlands 13.
Day 2: Russia 15 Australia 13 (G Beadsworth, B Knox 4, G Hadley 2, S Fraser, K Gynther, J Santoromito), Canada 14 Italy 12, USA 8 Netherlands 3,  Australia 9 (K Gynther 3, G Beadsworth 2, J Santoromito, N Cuffe, G Ralph, A Hetzel) Canada 9, Italy 15 Netherlands 14, USA 9 Russia 4.
Day 3: Australia 10 (K Gynther, G Beadsworth, G Hadley, S Fraser 2, N Cuffe, J Moran) Canada 9, USA 9 Italy 4, Russia 10 Canada 9.
Day 4: Netherlands 12 Australia 8 (N Cuffe 3, G Beadsworth 2, K Gynther, J Santoromito, J Moran), Canada 8 USA 8, Russia 13 Italy 12.
Final points: USA 10, Russia 7, Australia 5, Canada 4, Italy 2, Netherlands 2.
Day 5: 1st & 2nd, USA 15 Russia 8; 3rd & 4th, Australia 10 (G Beadsworth, K Gynther 2, N Cuffe, G Hadley, S Fraser, J Santoromito, J Moran, A Hetzel) Canada 9; 5th & 6th, Netherlands 11 Italy 9.


Junior Women

Team: Danielle Bower, Amanda Cox, Keesja Gofers, Cassie Grayson, Melissa Hammond, Stephanie Horgan, Caitlin Kerr, Jana Liessmann, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Sarah Mills, Leah Neilsen, Elysha O’Neill, Glencora Ralph, Rowena Webster, Joanne Whitehorn. Coach: Bruce Falson. Assistant Coach: Ryan Moar. Manager: Julie Hamill. Referee: Noel Harrod.

International Series, Zeist, Netherlands, July:

Day 1: Australia 9 (G Ralph 2, A Cox, S Horgan, R Webster, H Lincoln-Smith, L Neilsen, S Mills, K Gofers) Netherlands 9.
Day 2: Australia 11 (R Webster, S Mills 3, G Ralph, L Neilsen, K Gofers, H Lincoln-Smith, C Kerr) Netherlands 4.
Day 3: Australia 16 (G Ralph 5, R Webster, H Lincoln-Smith 3, S Mills 2, A Cox, J Whitehorn, C Kerr) Netherlands 7.
Day 4: Australia 12 (R Webster, G Ralph, S Mills 2, C Grayson, A Cox, J Whitehorn, M Hammond, K Gofers, S Horgan) Netherlands 6.
Day 5: Netherlands 9 Australia 8 (R Webster 3, L Neilsen, C Grayson, M Hammond, G Ralph, J Whitehorn).

International Series, Krefeld, Germany, July:

Day 1: Australia 12 (S Mills 4, H Lincoln-Smith 3, M Hammond, G Ralph, C Grayson, K Gofers, C Kerr) Germany 2.
Day 2: Australia 21 (J Whitehorn, C Kerr, H Lincoln-Smith 3, R Webster, K Gofers, S Horgan, M Hammond 2, S Mills, A Cox, C Grayson, G Ralph) Germany 7.
Day 3: Australia 15 (R Webster 4, M Hammond 3, S Grayson, S Mills, H Lincoln-Smith 2, A Cox, J Whitehorn) Germany 7.
Day 4: Australia 25 (J Whitehorn 4, K Gofers, S Mills, R Webster, A Cox 3, S Horgan, G Ralph, L Nielsen 2, H Lincoln-Smith, C Grayson, M Hammond) Germany 4.

Pythia Cup, Athens, Greece, July:

Day 1: Australia 10 (R Webster 3, K Gofers 2, J Liessmann, S Mills, G Ralph, J Whitehorn, M Hammond) USA 9.
Day 2: Australia 11 (K Gofers, R Webster 3, H Lincoln-Smith, G Ralph 2, S Mills) Germany 2.
Day 3: Australia 12 (R Webster 5, S Mills 3, J Leissmann, J Whitehorn, G Ralph, H Lincoln-Smith) Greece 8.

Final placings: Australia, USA, Greece, Germany
Player of the Tournament: Rowena Webster (AUS).
Best Goalkeeper: Elysha O’Neill (AUS).

Trofeo Liguria, Rapallo, Italy, July:

Day 1: Australia 8 (H Lincoln-Smith 3, R Webster, S Mills 2, J Liessmann) Hungary 8.
Day 2: Australia 15 (R Webster 4, J Whitehorn, G Ralph, S Mills 3, H Lincoln-Smith, K Gofers) Russia 12, USA 10 Australia 8 (G Ralph, H Lincoln-Smith 2, J Liessmann, R Webster, S Mills, K Gofers).
Day 3: Australia 8 (G Ralph, R Webster, H Lincoln-Smith 2, K Gofers, L Neilsen) Netherlands 8.
Day 4: Australia 10 (G Ralph 4, R Webster, K Gofers 2, J Whitehorn, H Lincoln-Smith) Italy 5.

Final placings: Russia, USA, Australia, Italy, Hungary, Netherlands.

International Series, Lerice, Italy, August:

Day 1: Australia 18 (J Whitehorn 4, L Neilsen 3, A Cox, G Ralph, M Hammond, K Gofers, J Liessmann 2, C Grayson, S Horgan) Italy 10.
Day 2: Australia 19 (G Ralph 5, S Horgan 4, L Neilsen, J Whitehorn, J Liessmann 2, M Hammond S Mills, C Kerr, H Lincoln-Smith) Italy 6.


Youth Girls

Team: Zoe Arancini, Breanna Appel, Kaatya Armstrong, Leah Barta, Carla Benzie, Kayla Bryce, Annabelle Carter, Samara Davie, Caitlin Field, Allison King, Ebony Neesham, Hannah Robinson, Nicole Saville, Emily Young, Nicola Zagame. Coach: Phillip Bower. Manager: Annie Hayes.

International Series, Auckland, New Zealand, July:

Day 1: Australia 16 and Under 7 (N Zagame, S Davie 3, K Bryce) New Zealand 18 and Under 7.
Day 2: Australia 7 H Robinson 3, B Appel 2, N Zagame, S Davie) New Zealand 6.
Day 3: New Zealand 9 Australia 8 (N Saville 3, N Zagame 2, A King, Z Arancini, B Appel), New Zealand 18 & Unders 10 Australia 8 (E Neesham, N Zagame 2, A King, B Appel, C Benzie, Z Arancini).

Canadian Series, Vancouver, Canada, July:

Australia 18 (B Appel 3,  Z Arancini, C Benzie,  H Robinson, K Armstrong 2, A King, N Saville, E Neesham, K Bryce, N Zagame, C Field,  S Davie)  Alberta  3.
Australia 18 (B Appel 3, K Armstrong, H Robinson, C Benzie, Z Arancini 2, A King, N Saville, E Neesham, N Zagame, C Field, K Bryce, S Davie) Canada 3.
Australia 15 (S Davie 4, C Field, Kayla Bryce, E Neesham, A King 2, N Saville,  A Carter, Z Arancini) Quebec  A 4.
Australia 14 (N Zagame 3, C Field, H Robinson 2, A King, K Armstrong, N Saville, K Bryce, B Appel, S Davie, C Benzie) British Columbia 5.
Australia 22 (C Field 5, Z Arancini, C Benzie, E Neesham 3,  N Saville, B Appel 2, A King, N Zagame, H Robinson, S Davie) Ontario A 2.


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