National Teams & Results

2007 Australian Women’s Results

2007 AUSTRALIAN WOMEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

Senior Women

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Nikita Cuffe, Suzie Fraser, Taniele Gofers, Kate Gynther, Gemma Hadley, Fiona Hammond, Amy Hetzel, Bronwen Knox, Emma Knox, Alicia McCormack, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Jenna Santoromito, Mia Santoromito. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Aleksandr Osadchuk, Peter Szilagyi. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Thetis Cup, Pireaus, Greece, February

Day 1: Russia 14 Australia 9 (K Gynther 4, G Beadsworth 2, B Knox, G Hadley, F Hammond).
Day 2: Australia 10 (G Beadsworth, K Gynther 3, S Fraser 2, B Knox, T Gofers) Canada 6.
Day 3: Australia 9 (K Gynther 3, M Rippon, S Fraser 2, G Hadley, R Rippon) Greece 7.

Final placings: Russia, Australia, Canada, Greece.

Spanish Cup, Madrid, Spain, March

Day 1: Hungary 12 Australia 10 (S Fraser 4, N Cuffe 2, K Gynther, M Rippon, M Santoromito, G Beadsworth).
Day 2: Australia 13 (K Gynther 5, G Beadsworth 2, S Fraser, B Knox, M Santoromito, A Hetzel, M Rippon, N Cuffe) Spain 12.
Day 3: Australia 14 (S Fraser, G Hadley, K Gynther, B Knox 3, G Beadsworth 2) Greece 13.

Final placings: Hungary, Australia, Greece, Spain.


International Tournament, Sydney, Australia, March

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Nikita Cuffe, Suzie Fraser, Taniele Gofers, Kate Gynther, Gemma Hadley, Fiona Hammond, Amy Hetzel, Bronwen Knox, Emma Knox, Alicia McCormack, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Jenna Santoromito, Mia Santoromito. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Aleksandr Osadchuk, Peter Szilagyi. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Day 1: Greece 8 Australia A 7 (G Beadsworth, B Knox 2, T Gofers, G Hadley, S Fraser), USA 13 Australia B 8 (F Hammond, K Finucane 2, J Moran, G Ralph, B Appel, J Whitehorn).
Day 2: Australia A 11 (K Gynther, G Beadsworth 3, M Rippon, B Knox 2, T Gofers) Spain 9, Australia B 11 () Greece 9.
Day 3: Australia A 9 (G Beadsworth, G Hadley 3, T Gofers, S Fraser, K Gynther) USA 9, Australia B 12 (F Hammond, R Webster 3, K Finucane 2, L Webster, G Ralph, S Mills, M Hammond) Italy 8, Australia A 11 (K Gynther 3, G Hadley, B Knox 2, N Cuffe, F Hammond, T Gofers, M Rippon) Australia B 6 (J Moran 3, H Lincoln-Smith 2, B Appel).
Day 4: Australia 10 (B Knox 3, N Cuffe, G Beadsworth, G Hadley, S Fraser, T Gofers, K Gynther, M Rippon) Italy 8, Spain 18 Australia B 11 (J Moran, S Mills 3, S Smith, G Ralph 2, K Finucane).

Final placings: USA, Australia A, Spain, Italy, Australia B, Greece.


XII FINA World Championships, Melbourne, Australia, March

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Nikita Cuffe, Suzie Fraser, Taniele Gofers, Kate Gynther, Gemma Hadley, Amy Hetzel, Bronwen Knox, Emma Knox, Alicia McCormack, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Mia Santoromito. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Aleksandr Osadchuk, Peter Szilagyi. Manager: Jeanette Gunn.

Day 1: Australia 5 (G Beadsworth 2, T Gofers, M Santoromito, M Rippon) Canada 4.
Day 3: Australia 26 (N Cuffe, K Gynther 6, G Hadley 5, S Fraser 3, B Knox 2, T Gofers, M Santoromito, M Rippon, A Hetzel) Puerto Rico 1.
Day 5: Australia 11 (K Gynther 4, T Gofers 2, G Beadsworth, R Rippon, S Fraser, B Knox, A Hetzel) Brazil 3.
Day 9: Australia 12 (S Fraser, T Gofers, K Gynther 2, G Beadsworth, N Cuffe, R Rippon, G Hadley, B Knox, M Rippon) Italy 8.
Day 11: Semifinal, Australia 12 (K Gynther 4, G Beadsworth, N Cuffe, R Rippon, M Rippon 2) Russia 9.
Day 13: Final: USA 6 Australia 5 (K Gynther 2, N Cuffe, B Knox, M Rippon).

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


FINA World League, Tianjin China, May-June

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Nikita Cuffe, Erin Douglass, Katie Finucane, Suzie Fraser, Kate Gynther, Gemma Hadley, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Sarah Mills, Jane Moran, Jenna Santoromito, Sophie Smith, Rowena Webster. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Aleksandr Osadchuk, Peter Szilagyi.

Day 1: Australia 14 (G Beadsworth 5, G Hadley 2, N Cuffe, J Moran, S Fraser, K Gynther, E Douglass, K Finucane, S Mills) New Zealand 6.
Day 2: Australia 11 (N Cuffe, K Gynther 3, G Beadsworth 2, J Santoromito, E Douglass, K Finucane) China 6.
Day 3: Australia 19 (N Cuffe 6, S Fraser, G Hadley 4, J Moran, J Santoromito, K Gynther, K Finucane, H Lincoln-Smith) Japan 2, China 10 New Zealand 8.
Day 4: Australia 16 (K Gynther 6, G Beadsworth 4, N Cuffe, G Hadley 2, S Fraser, S Mills) New Zealand 8.
Day 5: Australia 9 (N Cuffe 3, S Smith 2, G Beadsworth, G Santoromito, H Lincoln-Smith, K Gynther) China 5.
Day 6: Australia 14 (A Fraser 3, S Smith, J Santoromito, R Webster 2, N Cuffe, E Douglass, K Finucane, S Mills, H Lincoln-Smith) Japan 1, China 13 New Zealand 7.

Final points: Australia 18, China 11, Japan 7, New Zealand 0.


Exhibition Series, Los Angeles, USA, June

Team: Lea Barta, Victoria Brown, Lisa Callahan, Jemma Dessauvagie, Erin Douglass, Katie Finucane, Suzie Fraser, Kate Gynther, Gemma Hadley, Fiona Hammond, Jane Moran, Mel Rippon, Mia Santoromito, Larissa Webster. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Aleksandr Osadchuk, Greig Richardson. Manager: Jeanette Gunn. Physiotherapist: Kym Hartwich. Referee: Noel Harrod.

Day 1: USA 16 Australia 10 (G Hadley 5, K Finucane, S Fraser 2, L Webster).
Day 2: USA 13 Australia 7 (K Gynther 3, G Hadley 2, M Santoromito, L Callahan).


FINA World League Super Finals, Montreal, July

Team: Lea Barta, Victoria Brown, Lisa Callahan, Jemma Dessauvagie, Erin Douglass, Katie Finucane, Suzie Fraser, Kate Gynther, Gemma Hadley, Fiona Hammond, Jane Moran, Mel Rippon, Mia Santoromito, Larissa Webster. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Aleksandr Osadchuk, Greig Richardson. Manager: Jeanette Gunn. Physiotherapist: Kym Hartwich. Referee: Noel Harrod.

Day 1: Australia 9 (S Fraser 3, J Moran 2, G Hadley, K Gynther, M Santoromito, M Rippon) Greece 8.
Day 2: USA 9 Australia 8 (K Gynther 4, E Douglass 2, J Moran, G Hadley).
Day 3: Spain 12 Australia 11 (E Douglass 3, F Hammond, K Gynther, K Finucane 2, S Fraser, M Rippon).
Day 4: Australia 11 (S Fraser, K Gynther 4, F Hammond, G Hadley, M Santoromito) Canada 8, USA 5 Greece 4, Spain 14 China 7.
Final points: USA 15, Australia 9, Canada 8, Greece 7, Spain 6, China 0.
Day 5: Play-offs: 1st & 2nd, USA 8 Australia 4 (K Gynther 2, E Douglass, G Hadley).

Final placings: USA, Australia, Greecfe, Canada, Spain, China.
Most Valuable Player: Kate Gynther (AUS).
Top Goalkeeper: Victoria Brown (AUS).


Canada Cup, Montreal, Canada, December

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Nikita Cuffe, Katie Finucane, Kate Gynther, Fiona Hammond, Bronwen Knox, Alicia McCormack, Sarah Mills, Jane Moran, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Jenna Santoromito, Mia Santoromito, Sophie Smith. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Ryan Moar, Aleksandr Osadchuk. Manager: Jeanette Gunn. Physiotherapist: Danealle Lilley. Referee: Nick Hodgers.

Day 1: Australia 8 (N Cuffe 3, G Beadsworth 2, M Rippon, R Rippon, J Santoromito) Russia 6.
Day 2: Australia 13 (K Gynther, B Knox 3, N Cuffe, M Rippon 2, G Beadsworth, S Smith, J Santoromito) Canada 4.
Day 3: USA 12 Australia 11 (R Rippon 3, K Gynther, N Cuffe 2, B Knox, M Rippon, G Beadsworth, K Finucane) in penalty shootout. FT 8-8. Pens: 4-3.
Final points: Australia 4, USA 4, Canada 2, Russia 2.
Day 4: Semifinal, Australia 6 (K Gynther 2, K Finucane, F Hammond, S Smith, M Santoromito) Canada 4.
Day 5: Gold, Australia 11 (K Gynther 3, N Cuffe, S Mills, M Rippon 2, F Hammond, K Finucane) USA 10.

Final Placings: Australia, USA, Canada, Russia.
Most Valuable Player: Kate Gynther (AUS).

Holiday Cup, Los Angeles, USA, December

Day 1: Netherlands 12 Australia 10 (J Santoromito, N Cuffe 3, K Gynther, F Hammond, S Smith, B Knox).
Day 2: Russia 10 Australia 7 (N Cuffe, M Rippon 2, K Gynther, F Hammond, B Knox), Australia 13 (M Rippon 4, K Gynther, B Knox 2, S Smith, K Finucane, F Hammond, N Cuffe, S Mills) Canada 9.
Day 3: Australia 6 (M Rippon 2, K Gynther, M Santoromito, K Gynther, R Rippon, S Mills), USA 5.
Day 4: Italy 11 Australia 8 (N Cuffe 3, K Gynther 2, R Rippon, M Rippon, S Smith).
Final points: Italy 11, Netherlands 11, Russia 10, USA 7, Australia 6, Canada 0.
Day 5: Play-offs: For 5th & 6th, Australia 8 (N Cuffe 3, B Knox 2, R Rippon, J Santoromito, S Smith) Canada 6

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


Oceania Olympic Games Qualification Series, Brisbane, December

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Nikita Cuffe, Katie Finucane, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Alicia McCormack, Sarah Mills, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Jenna Santoromito, Mia Santoromito, Sophie Smith. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Ryan Moar, Aleksandr Osadchuk. Manager: Jeanette Gunn. Physiotherapist: Kym Hartwich.

Test 1: Australia 17 (N Cuffe, K Gynther 4, R Rippon, B Knox 2, K Finucane, S Mills, M Santoromito, M Rippon, S Smith) New Zealand 1.
Test 2: Australia 18 (N Cuffe 4, B Knox, S Smith 3, R Rippon, J Santoromito, K Finucane 2, M Rippon, K Gynther) New Zealand 1.
Test 3: Australia 20 (J Santoromito, B Knox 4, K Finucane, M Santoromito 3, R Rippon, S Smith, S Mills 2) New Zealand 3 (E Cox, L Smith, R McGuinness).


Junior Women

Team: Breanna Appel, Gemma Beadsworth, Danielle Bower, Keesja Gofers, Melissa Hammond, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Sarah Mills, Elysha O’Neill, Patrice O’Neill, Glencora Ralph, Rowena Webster, Joanne Whitehorn. Travelling reserve: Jana Liessmann. Coaches: Ryan Moar/Aleksandr Osadchuk. Manager: Julie Hamill. 

Pythia Cup, Itea, Greece:

Day 1: Australia 11 (S Mills 4, H Lincoln-Smith 3, J Whitehorn 2, R Webster, G Beadsworth) Spain 7.
Day 2: Russia 18 Australia 13 (G Beadsworth 4, J Whitehorn, J Santoromito, S Mills 2, R Webster, B Appel, H Lincoln-Smith).
Day 3: Australia 10 (G Beadsworth, J Whitehorn, S Mills 2, K Gofers, R Webster, J Santoromito, J Liessmann) Greece 5.

Final placings: Russia, Australia, Greece, Spain.
Most Valuable Goalkeeper: Danielle Bower (AUS).

International match, Avezzano, Italy, July:

Australia 15 (S Mills 4, R Webster 3, G Beadsworth, Holly Lincoln-Smith 2, P O’Neill, G Ralph, M Hammond, B Appel) Italy 9.

FINA World Championships, Porto, Portugal, July:

Day 1: Australia 24 (G Beadsworth, K Gofers, J Whitehorn 4, R Webster, H Lincoln-Smith 3, P O’Neill, J Santoromito 2, S Mills, B Appel) Puerto Rico 2.
Day 2: Australia 23 (G Beadsworth 5, R Webster, J Santoromito, K Gofers, S Mills, H Lincoln-Smith 3, P O’Neill, J Whitehorn, B Appel) Japan 5.
Day 3: Australia 13 (G Beadsworth 5, J Santoromito 3, R Webster 2, S Mills, M Hammond, H Lincoln-Smith) Netherlands 9. Final points: Australia 6, Netherlands 4, Japan 2, Puerto Rico 0.
Day 5: Quarter-final: Australia 14 (G Beadsworth 7, R Webster 2, G Ralph, H Lincoln-Smith, J Santoromito, B Appel, S Mills) New Zealand 7.
Day 6: Semifinal: Australia 12 (G Beadsworth, R Webster 3, P O’Neill, S Mills 2, M Hammond, J Whitehorn) Hungary 7.
Day 7: Play-offs: For 1st & 2nd, Australia 8 (G Beadsworth 4, R Webster, J Santoromito, B Appel, M Hammond) China 6.

Final placings: Australia, China, Hungary, USA, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Canada, Japan, Germany, Greece, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Portugal.


Youth Girls

International Tournament, Sydney, Australia, July

Born 1989 Crocodiles: Carla Benzie, Kayla Bryce, Samara Davie, Sally Farquhar, Caitlin Kerr, Allison King, Ebony Neesham, Victoria Risdon, Hannah Robinson, Nicole Saville, Blaze Santoromito, Caitlin Shem, Alex Timilty, Emily Young.

Born 1990 Crocodiles: Zoe Arancini, Kaatya Armstong, Alicia Brightwell, Annabelle Carter, Lauren Coburn, Jessica Cox, Beth Loder, Natalie McJannet, Libby McLaren, Kate Miller, Allira Solin, Ursula Talbot, Gabriele Wikman, Amanda Wynants, Nicola Zagame.

Day 1: Australia Born 89 9 (K Bryce 3, A Timilty, E Neesham 2, C Kerr,  S Davie) Australia Born 90 8 (A Carter 2, Z Arancini, N McJannet,  N Zagame, L McLaren, J Cox,  K Miller), USA 17 Canada 7.
Day 2: USA 13 Australia Born 90 5 (G Wikman 2, K Miller, K Armstrong, A Brightwell), Australia Born 89 17 (S Davie 4, S Farquhar, N Saville, H Robinson, C Shem, C Benzie 2, A King. A Timilty, E Neesham) Canada 9.
Day 3: Australia Born 90 17 (N Zagame 6, L McLaren 3,K Armstrong, J Cox 2, N McJannet, A Carter, A Brightwell, G Wikman) Canada 8, USA 8 Australia Born 89 6 (S Davie 3, E Neesham, C Kerr, C Benzie).

Final points: USA 6, Australia Born 89 4, Australia Born 90 2, Canada 0.


International Series, Sydney, July

Australia A: Zoe Arancini, Alicia Brightwell, Kayla Bryce, Annabelle Carter, Samara Davie, Caitlin Kerr, Kate Miller, Ebony Neesham, Nicole Saville, Caitlin Shem, Gabi Wikman, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Phillip Bower.

Australia B: Kaatya Armstrong, Carla Benzie, Lauren Coburn, Jessica Cox, Sally Farquar, Alison King, Beth Loder, Natalie McJannet, Libby McLaren, Hannah Robinson, Blaze Santoromito, Allira Solin, Ursula Talbot, Alex Timilty, Amanda Wynants. Head Coach: Taryn Woods.

Day 1: Australia A 14 (N Zagame 3, G Wikman, E Neesham, C Kerr, K Miller 2, A Carter, S Davie, A Brightwell) Canada 2, USA 10 Australia B 4 (H Robinson 2, J Cox, K Armstrong).
Day 2: USA 11 Australia A 10 (Z Arancini, G Wikman, N Zagame, S Davie 2, E Neesham, K Bryce) in extra time (FT: 9-9), Australia B 10 (C Benzie, A King, J Cox 2, A Timilty, L McLaren, A Solin, L Coburn) Canada 9.


Country Women

Team: Sarina Arfuso, Tegan Baines, Jess Bendeich, Kelly Buchanan, Leah Dodd, Tracey Elliot, Jenny Hoade, Nelli Jackson, Jane Lawrence, Kate Lawrence, Libby Magann, Hayley Millner, Erin O’Brien, Carla Pantano, Leah Woodland. (WA). Coach: Mark Balenzuela. Manager: Kelly Buchanan. Referee: Gary Payne.

International series, Singapore, August:

Australian Country 16 (L Magann, L Dodd 4, J Bendeich, K Lawrence 2, J Hoade, E O’Brien, J Lawrence, T Elliot) Singapore 4.

Singapore Invitational, Singapore, August:

Day 1: Australian Country 16 (L Magann 5, T Baines, H Miller, L Dodd, J Bendeich 2, J Hoade, K Lawrence, J Lawrence) Singapore 2.
Day 2: Australian Country 16 (L Magann, L Dodd 4, T Baines 2, J Bendeich, K Lawrence, J Lawrence, C Pantano, T Elliot, L Woodland) Singapore 1.
Day 3: Australian Country 7 (J Lawrence 3, J Lawrence, T Elliot, L Magann, L Woodland) Singapore 2.
Day 5: Australian Country 8 (L Magann, J Hoade, J Bendeich, E O’Brien, T Baines, T Elliot, L Dodd, H Miller) Singapore 2.


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