National Teams & Results

2009 Australian Men’s Results

2009 AUSTRALIAN MEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

SENIOR MEN

FINA World League, Asia-Oceania round, Adelaide, Australia, May

Team: Richie Campbell, Tim Cleland, Rhys Howden, Daniel Lawrence, Stephen Lewis, Rob Maitland, Anthony Martin (c), Billy Miller, Nick O’Halloran, Luke Quinlivan, Aidan Roach, James Stanton, Daniel Streets, David Will, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Manager: David Swift. Referee: Daniel Bartels.

Day 1: Australia 13 (B Miller 3, A Martin, T Cleland 2, R Campbell, R Maitland, A Roach D Streets, R Howden, D Lawrence) Iran 1.
Day 2: Australia 12 (R Howden, AJ Roach 3, B Miller, T Cleland, S Lewis, A Martin, D Will, D Lawrence) New Zealand 3.
Day 3: Australia 15 (A Younger 6, B Miller 3, N O’Halloran 2, T Cleland, R Maitland, A Martin, D Will) Japan 8.
Final points: Australia 9, Japan 6, Iran 3, New Zealand 0.


FINA World League, Asia-Oceania round, Auckland, New Zealand, May:

Team: Richie Campbell, Nathan Cargill, Tim Cleland, Steve Cody, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Chris Dyson, Jarrod Gilchrist, Rhys Howden, Rob Maitland, Anthony Martin (c), Billy Miller, Grant Richardson, David Will, Carl Zveken. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Peter Smith. Manager: David Swift. Physiotherapist: Andrew Stafford. Referee: Michael Hart.

Day 1: Australia 22 (R Campbell, J Gilchrist 4, G Richardson, J Cotterill, R Howden 3, T Cleland, R Maitland, A Martin, S Cody, D Will) New Zealand 5.
Day 2: Australia 20 (G Richardson 6, B Miller 3, C Dyson, S Cody, D Will 2, R Howden, J Gilchrist, J Cotterill, R Maitland, R Campbell) Iran 7.
Day 3: Australia 12 (R Campbell, J Cotterill, J Gilchrist 2, T Cleland, G Richardson, R Maitland,  A Martin, S Cody, B Miller) Japan 3.
Final points: Australia 18, Japan 12, Iran 6, New Zealand 0.


FINA World League Super Finals, Podgorica, Montenegro, June:

Team: Richie Campbell, Tim Cleland, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Chris Dyson, Rhys Howden, Daniel Lawrence, Stephen Lewis, Rob Maitland, Billy Miller, Nick O’Halloran, Grant Richardson, James Stanton, Thomas Whalan (c), David Will. Head coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Simon Daley. Manager: Jon Harmer.

Day 1: Croatia 9 Australia 6 (R Campbell, B Miller 2, R Maitland, C Dyson).
Day 2: Australia 13 (T Cleland, N O’Halloran, B Miller, J Cotterill 2, R Campbell, G Richardson, S Lewis, D Lawrence, C Dyson) South Africa 4.
Day 3: Montenegro 6 Australia 4 (R Campbell 3, B Miller).
Final points: Montenegro 9, Croatia 6, Australia 3, South Africa 0.
Day 4: Quarter-final: USA 10 Australia 6 (N O’Halloran, G Richardson 2, J Cotterill, R Howden).
Day 5: Semifinals: Group 5-8, Australia 12 (R Campbell 3, R Maitland, B Miller, D Lawrence 2, N O’Halloran, J Cotterill, G Richardson) Japan 6.
Day 6: Play-off for 5th & 6th, Italy 11 Australia 10 (C Dyson 3, R Campbell, B Miller, D Lawrence 2, R Howden).
Final placings: Montenegro, Croatia, Serbia, USA, Italy, Australia, Japan, South Africa.


European Tour Team: Nathan Cargill, Joel Dennerley, Chris Dyson, Rhys Howden, Stephen Lewis, Grant Richardson, Sam Robertson, James Stanton, Thomas Whalan (c), David Will, Daniel Young. Head coach: John Fox. Manager: Jon Harmer.

Friendly Internationals, Germany, July
Match 1 (Duisberg): Germany 8 Australia 4 (S Lewis, D Will, D Young, T Whalan).
Match 2 (Bocholt): Germany 10 Australia 5 (G Richardson 2, N Cargill, T Whalan, D Will).

Unicum Cup, Budapest, Hungary, July
Day 1: Hungary 9 Australia 6 (T Whalan 3, C Dyson 2, G Richardson), Serbia 14 Germany 6.
Day 2: Germany 10 Australia 7 (T Whalan 3, D Will, R Howden, S Boyd, C Dyson).
Day 3: Serbia 12 Australia 6 (T Whalan 2, G Richardson, S Robertson, D Young, R Howden).
Final points: Serbia 6, Hungary 4, Germany 2, Australia 0.

Friendly International, Gyongyos, Hungary, July
Hungary 13 Australia 7 (T Whalan, A Martin 2, N O’Halloran, R Campbell, T Cleland).


XIII FINA World Championships, Rome, Italy, July

Team: Sean Boyd, Richard Campbell, Tim Cleland, John Cotterill, Robert Maitland, Anthony Martin, William Miller, Nick O’Halloran, Rhys Howden, Luke Quinlivan, Grant Richardson, James Stanton, Thomas Whalan (c). Head coach: John Fox. Manager: Jon Harmer. Assistant Coach: Doctor: Grace Bryant. Physiotherapist: Andrew Stanford. Referee: Danny Flahive.

Day 2: Australia 14 (T Whalan 4, R Maitland 3, J Cotterill, R Howden 2, T Cleland, N O’Halloran, A Martin) Kazakhstan 4.
Day 4: Spain 13 Australia 10 (T Whalan 3, G Richardson 2, N O’Halloran, R Maitland A Martin, J Cotterill, S Boyd).
Day 6: Australia 8 (T Whalan 3, G Richardson 2, N O’Halloran, R Maitland A Martin, J Cotterill, S Boyd) Serbia 8.
Final points: ESP 6, SRB 3, AUS 3, KAZ 0.
Day 8: Second round: Romania 7 Australia 5 (R Campbell, T Whalan 2, A Martin).
Day 10: Semifinals round 9-12: Australia 8 (R Campbell 3, B Miller 2, J Cotterill, G Richardson, T Whalan) Italy 6.
Day 12: For 9th & 10th Montenegro 8 Australia 7 (R Campbell 2, T Cleland, N O’Halloran, A Martin, T Whalan, W Miller).
Final placings: Serbia, Spain, Croatia, USA, Hungary, Germany, Romania, Canada, Montenegro, Australia, Italy, China, Brazil, Macedonia, Kazakhstan, South Africa.


STUDENTS

World Student Games, Belgrade, Serbia, July

Team: Richie Campbell, Steve Cody, Johnno Cotterill, Jarrod Gilchrist, John Hahn, Rob Maitland (Captain), Anthony Martin, Billy Miller, Nicholas O’Halloran, Luke Quinlivan, Aidan Roach, Joel Swift, Aaron Younger. Head coach: Paul Oberman. Manager: Jon Sieben. Referee: Michael Hart.

Day 2 (First men’s day): Australia 20 (R Maitland, J Cotterill 3, S Cody, A Martin, A Younger, J Swift, A Roach 2, R Campbell, N O’Halloran, J Gilchrist, B Miller) Canada 0,
Day 3: Australia 16 (R Campbell, J Gilchrist 4, A Younger, N O’Halloran 2, R Maitland, J Swift, B Miller, J Cotterill) Montenegro 6.
Day 4: Australia 7 (S Cody, R Maitland 2, A Younger, J Swift, B Miller) Greece 5.
Final points: Australia 6, Greece 4, Montenegro 2, Canada 0.
Day 8: Quarter-finals: Australia 8 (R Campbell, A Martin 2, S Cody, N O’Halloran, A Younger, B Miller) USA 4.
Day 10: Semifinals 1-4: Australia 7 (R Maitland 3, A Martin 2, A Younger, B Miller) Serbia 6.
Day 12: Play-offs: For 1st & 2nd: Australia 6 (A Younger 2, R Campbell, R Maitland, A Martin, B Miller) Croatia 4.
Final placings: Australia, Croatia, Serbia, Greece, Hungary, USA, Russia, Italy, Spain, Japan, France, Montenegro, Canada, Poland, Mexico, China.


JUNIOR MEN

Born ‘89

European Tour, August-September

Team: James Clark, Joel Davis, Chris Dyson, Corrie Eames, Mitch Emery, Jarrod Gilchrist, Lachlan Hollis, Mitch McCann, Tyler Martin, Ross O’Brien, Mace Rapsey, Aiden Roach, Sam Robertson, Joel Swift, Daniel Young, Carl Zvekan. Coach: Mark Hubbard. Manager: David Swift.

Friendlies, Dubrovnik, Croatia:

Day 1: Croatia 12 Australia 8 (J Swift 3, T Martin 2, C Dyson, S Robertson).
Day 2: Croatia 15 Australia 13 (J Swift 3, C Dyson, M Emery, S Robertson, A Roach, T Martin, D Young, L Hollis, C Eames, M McCann, J Disken).
Day 3: Australia 13 (C Dyson, M Rapsey, A Roach, C Eames 2, M Emery, T Martin, D Young, L Hollis, M McCann) Croatia 11.
Day 4: Croatia 12 Australia 10 (C Dyson 3, D Young, A Roach, J Davis 2, J Swift, L Hollis, J Disken).

Friendlies, Novi Sad, Serbia:
Day 1: Serbia 12 Australia 11 (M Emery, A Roach 2, S Robertson, C Eames, M McCann, D Young, T Martin).
Day 2: Croatia 8 Australia 8 (S Robertson 2, C Dyson, A Roach, J Swift, D Young, L Hollis, J Davis).

Budapest, Hungary:
Game 1: Australia 10 (L Hollis, C Dyson, R O’Brien 2, J Swift, A Roach, T Martin, C Eames) Hungary 10.
Game 2: Australia 15 (C Dyson 4, S Robertson, L Hollis, J Swift, J Davis 2, A Roach, D Young, J Disken) Hungary 10.

Born ’91 

Australian Youth Olympic Festival, Sydney, January:

Team: Jake Burton, James Clark, Jack Collier, Lyndon Cranley, Jeremy Davies, Michael De Gail, Wade Eames, James Fannon, Matthew Giles, Adam Polivka, Paul Sindone (C), Eddie Slade, Aaron Younger. Coach: Simon Daley. Manager: Garry Rydberg.

Day 1: Australia 27 (A Younger 8, W Eames 5, J Davie, M De Gail 3, J Fannon, P Sindone, J Burton 2, L Cranley, J Collier) China 6.
Day 2: Greece 10 Australia 8 (A Younger 5, W Eames 2, J Davie).
Day 3: Hungary 8 Australia 6 (J Davie, W Eames, M De Gail, J Fannon, P Sindone, J Burton).
Final points: Hungary 6, Greece 4, Australia 2, China 0.

High Tatras Cup,Novaky, Slovakia, August

Team: Jake Burton, James Clark, Jeremy Davie, Michael De Gail, Wade Eames, Blake Edwards, James Fannon, Matt Giles, James Howden, Adam Polivka, Nick Redbond, Perry Short, Paul Sindone, Edward Slade, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: Simon Daley. Manager: Gary Rydberg. Referee: Nick Hodgers.

Day 1: Australia 8 (A Younger 3, C Eames, A Polivka, B Edwards, J Fannon) Serbia 5.
Day 2: Australia 13 (B Edwards 4, A Polivka 3, M De Gail, P Sindone, P Short, M Giles, A Younger, N Redbond) Slovakia 7, Australia 7 (B Edwards, W Eames, M Giles 2, A Polivka) Montenegro 7.
Day 3: Italy 9 Australia 6 (P Short 2, A Younger, J Fannon, B Edwards, A Polivka), Australia 8 (A Polivka, M Giles 2, M De Gail, P Sindone, P Short, B Edwards) Hungary 8.
Day 4: Australia 8 (A Younger 3, W Eames 2, ) Croatia 7.
Final points: Serbia 15, Italy 12, Australia 11, Hungary 10, Croatia 9, Montenegro 4, Slovakia 0.

XV FINA World Championships, Sibenik, Croatia

Team: Jake Burton, James Clark, Jeremy Davie, Wade Eames, Blake Edwards, James Fannon, Matt Giles, James Howden, Adam Polivka, Nick Redbond, Paul Sindone, Edward Slade, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: Simon Daley. Manager: Gary Rydberg. Referee: Nick Hodgers.

Day 1: Australia 15 (J Davie 3, A Polivka, W Eames, A Younger, P Sindone 2, N Redbond, J Fannon, J Howden, B Edwards) Slovakia 1. Day 2: Australia 9 (J Davie 4, W Eames 3, J Fannon, M Giles) Canada 9. Day 3: Australia 14 (A Younger 4, J Davie, A Polivka 3, W Eames 2, P Sindone, B Edwards) France 6 Day 4: Bye Day 5: Croatia 10 Australia 9 (A Polivka 3, W Eames, A Younger 2, J Davie, J Howden). Final points: Croatia 8, Australia 5, Canada 4, France 2, Slovakia 1. Day 6: Australia 15 (A Younger 4, W Eames 3, J Burton, B Edwards 2, A Polivka, N Redbond, M Giles, J Howden) Egypt 3, Day 7: Quarter-final: Serbia 9 Australia 8 (J Davie, A Younger 3, J Fannon 2) in extra time (FT: 7-7). Day 8: Group 5-8 semifinal: Spain 9 Australia 5 (J Burton 2, W Eames, A Younger, P Sindone). Day 9: For 7th & 8th: Australia 11 (J Davie 3, M Giles 3, B Edwards 2, J Fannon, P Sindone, A Younger) USA 3. Final placings: Croatia, Greece, Serbia, Montenegro, Spain, Italy, Australia, USA, Hungary, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, France, New Zealand, Slovakia, South Africa, Puerto Rico, Iran, Uzbekistan.


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