National Teams & Results

2007 Australian Men’s Results

2007 AUSTRALIAN MEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

SENIOR MEN

Series with Montenegro, Sydney, Australia, February

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Richard Campbell, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Daniel Marsden, Anthony Martin, Ryan Moody, Timothy Neesham, Grant Richardson, James Stanton, Peter Tresise, Laurie Trettel, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: David Neesham. Assistant Coaches: John Fox, David Swift. Manager: Chris Harrison.

Test 1: Australia 9 (P Figlioli 3, S McGregor, R Moody, G Woods, T Neesham, D Marsden, J Cotterill) Montenegro 7.
Test 2: Australia 8 (G Richardson 2, R Campbell, J Beadsworth, T Neesham, P Figlioli, R Maitland, G Woods) Montenegro 6. Australia wins series 2-0.


Series with Spain and Greece, Perth, March

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Richard Campbell, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Daniel Marsden, Anthony Martin, Ryan Moody, Timothy Neesham, Grant Richardson, James Stanton, Peter Tresise, Laurie Trettel, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: David Neesham. Assistant Coaches: John Fox, David Swift Manager: Chris Harrison.

Day 1: Spain 10 Australia 8 (T Whalan 2, T Franklin, P Figlioli, A Martin, T Neesham, S McGregor, G Woods).
Day 2: Australia 10 (T Whalan 3, R Maitland 2, J Cotterill, P Figlioli, T Neesham, S McGregor, G Woods) Greece 8.
Day 3: Australia 9 (T Whalan 2, T Franklin, P Figlioli, T Neesham, S McGregor, L Gavin, J Beadsworth) Greece 6.


XII FINA World Championships, Melbourne, Australia, March

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Johnno Cotterill, Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Daniel Marsden, Anthony Martin, Timothy Neesham, James Stanton, Laurie Trettel, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: David Neesham. Assistant Coaches: John Fox, David Swift. Manager: Chris Harrison. Referee Michael Hart

Day 2: USA 9 Australia 3 (T Franklin, P Figlioli, T Whalan).
Day 4: Croatia 10 Australia 9 (P Figlioli, G Woods 4, R Maitland).
Day 6: Australia 12 (T Franklin 4, R Maitland 3, T Neesham, S McGregor, T Whalan, G Woods, J Cotterill) South Africa 6.
Day 8: Second round: Italy 12 Australia 11 (P Figlioli 3, T Neesham, S McGregor, G Woods 2, J Cotterill, J Beadsworth) in extra time.
Day 10: Round 9-12: Australia 15 (G Woods 4, T Franklin, T Neesham 3, T Whalan 2, P Figlioli, R Maitland, A Martin) Romania 9.
Day 12: Play-off for ninth: USA 10 Australia 9 (T Whalan 3, D Marsden, T Franklin, P Figlioli, T Neesham, S McGregor, G Woods).
Final placings: Croatia, Hungary, Spain, Serbia, Italy, Greece, Russia, Germany, USA, Australia, Romania, Canada, China, South Africa, New Zealand, Japan.


FINA Men’s World League, Shanghai, China, June

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Richard Campbell, Johnno Cotterill, Trent Franklin, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Anthony Martin, Ryan Moody, Nick O’Halloran, Luke Quinlivan, Grant Richardson, James Stanton, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Andrei Kovalenko. Manager: Chris Harrison. Referee: Andrew Carney.

Day 1: Australia 17 (A Martin, S McGregor 3, G Woods, J Beadsworth, R Moody 2, T Franklin, R Campbell, G Richardson, T Whalan, J Cotterill) China B 6.
Day 2: Australia 17 (T Whalan, G Woods, J Cotterill 3, R Maitland, S McGregor 2, N O’Halloran, T Franklin, A Martin, J Stanton) China A 5.
Day 3: Australia 12 (S McGregor, N O’Halloran 3, A Martin, T Whalan 2, T Franklin, G Woods) Japan 8.
Day 4: Australia 11 (R Maitland, T Whalan 2, G Woods, N O’Halloran, R Howden, A Martin, S McGregor, J Cotterill, R Moody) China 8.
Day 5: Australia 18 China B 3.
Day 6: Australia 15 (S McGregor 3, T Franklin, R Campbell, R Howden 2, R Maitland, G Richardson, T Whalan, G Woods, J Cotterill, J Beadsworth) Japan 3.
Final points: Australia 18, China A 12, Japan 6, China B 0.


European Tour

Team: Mitchal Ainsworth, Jamie Beadsworth, Richard Campbell, Johnno Cotterill, Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Robert Maitland, Anthony Martin, Ryan Moody, Timothy Neesham, Nick O’Halloran, Luke Quinlivan, Grant Richardson, James Stanton, Thomas Whalan. Head Coach: John Fox. Manager: Chris Harrison. Referee Andrew Carney.

Friendly international, Athens, Greece, July
Greece 11 Australia 10 (P Figlioli 7, J Cotterill 2, T Whalan).

International Men’s Tournament, Netanya, Israel, August
Day 1: Romania 9 Australia 8 (T Franklin 3, N O’Halloran, P Figlioli, T Whalan, M Ainsworth, J Beadsworth).
Day 2: Australia 27 (T Franklin, T Neesham 4, J Beadsworth, N O’Halloran, T Whalan 3, A Martin, R Campbell, G Richardson 2, P Figlioli, R Maitland, J Cotterill, M Ainsworth) Israel 8, Australia 14 (T Whalan 4, P Figlioli 3, T Neesham 2, T Franklin, R Maitland, M Ainsworth, J Cotterill, J Beadsworth) Russia 9.
Day 3: Greece 11 Australia 8 (T Whalan 3, P Figlioli, G Richardson 2, T Franklin) in extra time (FT: 8-8).
Day 4: For 3rd & 4th, Australia 15 (P Figlioli 5, M Ainsworth, J Beadsworth, J Cotterill 2, N O’Halloran, R Maitland, G Richardson, R Campbell) France 11.
Final placings: Greece, Romania, Australia, France, Serbia, Netherlands, Russia, Israel.

FINA World League Super Finals, Berlin, Germany, August
Day 1: Hungary 15 Australia 8 (T Franklin, P Figlioli, R Maitland, A Martin, M Ainsworth, R Campbell, T Whalan, J Beadsworth).
Day 2: Australia 9 (T Whalan 3, T Neesham, R Campbell 2, J Cotterill, J Beadsworth) Canada 8.
Day 3: Germany 17 Australia 15 (P Figlioli 5, N O’Halloran 3, T Franklin, J Beadsworth 2, R Campbell, G Richardson, R Moody) in penalty shootout. FT: 12-12.
Day 4: Quarter-finals: Australia 9 (P Figlioli 2, N O’Halloran, R Maitland, A Martin, R Campbell, T Whalan, M Ainsworth, J Beadsworth) Romania 6.
Day 5: Semifinals: Hungary 16 Australia 7 (T Neesham, R Campbell 2, R Maitland, M Ainsworth, J Beadsworth).
Day 6:Play-offs: 3rd & 4th, Australia 7 (R Campbell 2, R Moody, T Neesham, M Ainsworth, P Figlioli, J Beadsworth) Germany 6.
Final placings: Serbia, Hungary, Australia, USA, Romania, Canada, China.
All-star team member: Pietro Figlioli (AUS).


Olympic Games Oceania Qualification Series, Auckland, New Zealand, December

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Richard Campbell, Johnno Cotterill, Trent Franklin, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Anthony Martin, Ryan Moody, Luke Quinlivan, Grant Richardson, Rafael Sterk, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: John Fox. Manager: Chris Harrison.

Test 1: Australia 20 (S McGregor 6, T Franklin 3, J Cotterill, R Howden, R Maitland, G Woods, J Beadsworth 2, R Moody) New Zealand 2.
Test 2: Australia 18 (R Maitland 5, T Franklin 3, A Martin, S McGregor, G Woods, G Richardson 2, R Campbell, R Howden) New Zealand 2.
Test 3: Australia 18 (T Franklin, G Richardson 4, R Howden, J Cotterill 3, S McGregor 2, R Campbell, G Woods) New Zealand 8.
Australia wins series 3-0.


STUDENTS

World Student Games, Bangkok, Thailand, August

Day 1: Russia 8 Australia 6 (R Tracy 3, B McGhie 2, C Gronow).
Day 2: Australia 24 (R Tracy 6, D Streets, C Gronow, B McGhie, M Turnbull 3, S Robertson, C Hammond 2, B Turner) Thailand 7.
Day 3: Montenegro 16 Australia 6 (B McGhie, M Turnbull 2, B Turner, C Gronow).
Day 5: Second round: Australia 6 (S Robertson, B McGhie 2, C Gronow, D Streets) Great Britain 5.
Day 6: Quarterfinal: Italy 19 Australia 7 (D Streets 2, D Swinnerton, L Vezzosi, C Gronow, B McGhie, M Turnbull).
Day 7: Round 5-8: Japan 14 Australia 7 (S Robertson, L Vezzosi 2, C Gronow, M Turnbull, R Tracy).
Day 8: For 7th & 8th, France 12 Australia 8 (D Streets 3, S Robertson 2, M Turnbull, R Tracy, B McGhie).
Final placings: Montenegro, Italy, Hungary, Spain, Serbia, Japan, France, Australia, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Russia, Great Britain, South Africa, Thailand.


JUNIOR MEN

International Men’s Tournament, Sydney, Australia, March

Team: Fraser Bunn, Richard Campbell, Nathan Cargill, Stephen Cody, Joel Dennerley, Patrick Harmer, John Hahn, Rhys Howden, Tom Knox, Daniel Lawrence, Stephen Lewis, William Miller, Nick O’Halloran, Jordan Votan, James Young, Dan Young. Head Coaches: Simon Daley, Peter Smith. Manager: Jon Harmer.

Day 1: Australia 10 (N O’Halloran, G Richardson, D Young 2, N Cargill, S Cody, P Harmer, D Lawrence) South Africa 8.
Day 2: Germany 10 Australia 7 (N O’Halloran, G Richardson 3, R Campbell).
Day 3: Croatia 14 Australia 10 (G Richardson 3, R Campbell, N O’Halloran 2, D Lawrence, S Cody).
Day 4: Australia 14 (N O’Halloran 6, R Campbell 3, B Miller 2, N Cargill, D Lawrence, G Richardson) Romania 10.
Final placings: Croatia, Germany, Australia, Romania, South Africa.


High Tatras Cup, Novaky, Slovakia, July

Team: Richard Campbell, Nathan Cargill, Stephen Cody, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, John Hahn, Patrick Harmer, Rhys Howden, Tom Knox, Daniel Lawrence, Stephen Lewis, William Miller, Jordan Votan, Daniel Young, James Young. Head Coach: Mark Hubbard. Assistant Coach: Peter Smith. Manager: Jon Harmer. Referee: Daniel Flahive

Day 1: Australia 10 (W Miller 4, S Cody, P Harmer 2, N Cargill, D Lawrence) Slovakia 4, Australia 8 (S Cody, W Miller 2, R Howden, S Lewis, J Votan, J Young) USA 8.
Day 2: Australia 12 (J Young 3, D Young 2, N Cargill, S Cody, P Harmer, R Howden, D Lawrence, W Miller, J Votan) France 8, Croatia 11 Australia 2 (R Howden, J Young).
Day 3: Australia 14 (S Cody, D Lawrence 3, R Howden, S Lewis 2, P Harmer, W Miller, D Young, J Young) Egypt 2.
Final placings: Croatia, USA, Australia, Slovakia, France, Egypt.

International Tournament, Zagreb, Croatia, August

Team: Richard Campbell, Nathan Cargill, Stephen Cody, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, John Hahn, Patrick Harmer, Rhys Howden, Tom Knox, Daniel Lawrence, Stephen Lewis, William Miller, Jordan Votan, Daniel Young, James Young. Head Coach: Mark Hubbard. Assistant Coach: Peter Smith. Manager: Jon Harmer. Referee: Daniel Flahive

Day 1: Australia 9 (R Howden 5, W Miller 2, S Lewis, J Votan) Montenegro 5.
Day 2: Hungary 12 Australia 6 (S Lewis, W Miller 2, P Harmer, R Howden).
Day 3: Croatia 15 Australia 10 (R Howden 3, N Cargill, S Lewis 2, S Cody, D Young, W Miller).
Day 4: Australia 10 (R Howden 3, D Lawrence, D Young 2, N Cargill, W Miller, S Lewis)  USA 9 in extra time (FT: 8-8).
Final placings: Hungary, Croatia, Australia, USA, Montenegro, Italy, Slovakia.

FINA World Championships, Long Beach/Los Alamitos, USA, August

Team: Richard Campbell, Nathan Cargill, Stephen Cody, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, John Hahn, Patrick Harmer, Rhys Howden, Tom Knox, Daniel Lawrence, Stephen Lewis, William Miller, Jordan Votan, Daniel Young, James Young. Head Coach: Mark Hubbard. Assistant Coach: Peter Smith. Manager: Jon Harmer. Referee: Daniel Flahive

Day 1: Australia 13 (N O’Halloran, S Cody 3, R Campbell 2, J Young, D Lawrence, P Harmer, R Howden, J Cotterill) New Zealand 2.
Day 2: Australia 6 (N Cargill 2, D Lawrence, R Howden) Serbia 6.
Day 3: Australia 7 (N O’Halloran, R Campbell, S Lewis 2, R Howden) Greece 7.
Day 4: Australia 23 (R Campbell 6, N Cargill, S Cody 3, W Miller, D Lawrence, R Howden, S Lewis 2, N O’Halloran, J Young P Harmer) Iran 5.
Day 5: Australia 18 (D Lawrence 4, J Cotterill 3, P Harmer, R Campbell, R Howden, W Miller 2, N Cargill, N O’Halloran, S Cody) Japan 6.
Day 6:Round of 1-16: Australia 10 (S Cody 3, D Lawrence, J Cotterill 2, N Cargill, N O’Halloran, R Howden) France 7.
Day 7: Quarterfinal: Hungary 15 Australia 12 (N O’Halloran 4, R Campbell 3, D Lawrence 2, N Cargill, W Miller, R Howden) in penalty shootout (FT: 10-10. ET: 11-11. Pens 4-1).
Day 8: Round of 5-8: Australia 16 (W Miller, R Howden 3, D Lawrence, J Cotterill 2, N Cargill, R Campbell, N O’Halloran, J Young, S Cody, S Lewis) Germany 7.
Day 9: 5th & 6th, Australia 14 (N O’Halloran 4, N O’Halloran, D Lawrence, J Cotterill, P Harmer 2, J Young, W Miller) USA 4.
Final placings: Hungary, Italy, Croatia, Serbia, Australia, USA, Spain, Germany, Greece, France, Japan, Slovakia, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Egypt, New Zealand, Mexico, Iran, Colombia, Singapore, Jamaica, Kuwait, Puerto Rico.
All Star team member: Johnno Cotterill (AUS).


YOUTH BOYS

International tournament, Acireale, Italy, July

Team: Chris Batty, Chris Dyson, Corrie Eames, J Gilchrist, Lachlan Hollis, Mitch McCann, T Martin, Ross O’Brien, Mace Rapsey, Aidan Roach, Sam Robertson, Edward Slade, Joel Swift, Aaron Younger, Carl Zvekan. Coach: Mark Hubbard. Manager: Graeme Bryce. Referee: Nick Hodgers.

Day 1: Australia 8 (C Dyson, C Eames, L Hollis 2, M Rapsey, M McCann) Russia 4, Greece 6 Australia 4 (R O’Brien 2, C Dyson, A Roach).
Day 2: France 12 Australia 10 (M Rapsey, C Dyson, T  Martin, J Gilchrist 2, A Younger, M McCann), Australia 15 (R O’Brien 3, J Swift, T Martin 2, C Batty, A Roach, C Dyson, S Robertson, M McCann, J Gilchrist, C Eames, L Hollis) Romania 5.
Day 3: Australia 9 (C Dyson 3, A Roach 2, A Younger, T Martin, C Eames, S Robertson) Italy 9.
Final placings: Italy, Greece, Australia, France, Russia, Romania.

International tournament, Topocany, Slovakia, July

Team: Chris Batty, Chris Dyson, Corrie Eames, J Gilchrist, Lachlan Hollis, Mitch McCann, T Martin, Ross O’Brien, Mace Rapsey, Aidan Roach, Sam Robertson, Edward Slade, Joel Swift, Aaron Younger, Carl Zvekan. Coach: Mark Hubbard. Manager: Graeme Bryce. Referee: Nick Hodgers.

Day 1: Australia 12 (C Dyson 4, L Hollis, M Rapsey 2, A Roach, R O’Brien, J Swift, J Gilchrist) Slovenia 3, Australia 9 (C Dyson 4, L Hollis, R O’Brien, J Gilchrist, C Eames, M McCann) Hungary 8.
Day 2: Australia 10 (C Dyson 4, S Robertson 2, A Roach, J Gilchrist, C Batty, M McCann) Japan 9, Australia 12 (J Gilchrist, R O’Brien 3, A Younger 2, C Dyson, M Rapsey, A Roach, C Batty) Slovakia 2.
Final placings: Australia, Hungary, Japan, Slovakia, Slovenia.

International boys’ series, Auckland, New Zealand, July

Team: Leighton Beer, Joel Davis, Jeff Disken, Jon Dodd, Clay Douyere-Pate, Mitchell Emery, James Fannon, Joshua Frost, Matt Gronow, BJ Howden, Alex Lee, Scott Nicholson, Luke Northcott, Adam Polivka, Stephen Sloan. Head Coach: Adam Richardson, Manager: David Swift.

Day 1: New Zealand Juniors 14 Australia Youth B 6 (L Northcott, J Disken, A Lee, M Emery, J Howden, J Frost).
Day 2: Australia B 28 (S Nicholson, J Fannon 4, J Howden, J Dodd 3, L Beer, J Disken, M Emery, A Lee, M Polivka 2, M Gronow, L Northcott, J Frost, J Davis) NZ Schoolboys 4.
Day 3: NZ Juniors 16 Australia Youth B 15 (J Frost 3, L Beer 2, J Disken, J Davis, J Dodd, J Fannon, J Howden, L Northcott, M Emery, S Nicholson, A Lee, M Gronow).


COUNTRY

Team: Mitch Baird, Richard Best, Adam Cleland, Rowe Codie, Andrew Costello, Ryan Grubb, Michael Henry, Luke Ingwersen, Sean Jacobs, Andrew McAulay, Glen McEwan, Daniel Robinson, Craig Spence, Josh Teixeira, Jarrod Tobin. Coach: Peter Tresise. Manager: Dave O’Connor. Referee: Gary Payne.

International series, Singapore, August:
Test 1: Singapore 13 Australian Country 12 (M Baird, D Robinson 4, S Jacobs 2, J Tobin, R Best).
Test 2: Singapore 10 Australian Country 7 (M Baird, L Ingwersen 2, R Grubb, A Cleland, D Robinson).

Singapore Invitational, Singapore, August:
Day 1: Singapore Juniors 12 Malaysia 5, Singapore Seniors 13 Australian Country 7 (L Ingwersen, D Robinson 2, M Baird, A Costello, C Spence).
Day 2: Australian Country 16 (S Jacobs 4, J Tobin, L Ingwersen 3, M Baird 2, A McAulay, A Cleland, M Henry, D Robinson) Malaysia 8.
Day 3: Australian Country 11 (M Baird, S Jacobs 3, J Tobin, 2, A McAulay, A Cleland, A Costello, L Ingwersen) Singapore Juniors 7.
Day 4: Semifinals: Singapore Seniors 26 Malaysia 4, Singapore Juniors 9
Australian Country 8 (M Baird 3, L Ingwersen 2, J Tobin, R Best, D Robinson).
Day 5: For 3rd & 4th, Australian Country 11 (M Baird 4, L Ingwersen 3, A Costello, C Spence, R Best, M Henry) Malaysia 5.
Final placings: Singapore Seniors, Singapore Juniors, Australian Country, Malaysia


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