National Teams & Results

2009 Australian Women’s Results

2013 AUSTRALIAN WOMEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

Senior Women

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

Team: Victoria Brown, Jemma Dessauvagie, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Sarah Mills, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Sophie Smith, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame.  Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Eddie Denis, Aleks Osadchuk. Manager: Julie Hamill. Physiotherapist: James Trotter. Referee: Nicola Johnson.

Day 1: Australia 17 (R Rippon, R Webster 5, M Rippon 3, K Gynther 2, J Dessauvagie, N Zagame) bt China 13
Day 2: Australia 14 (R Rippon, B Knox 3, G Ralph, R Webster 2, H Lincoln-Smith, N Zagame, K Gynther, S Smith) bt New Zealand 0 
Day 3: Australia 13 (R Rippon, S Mills, J Dessauvagie 3, H Lincoln-Smith, G Ralph, R Webster, S Smith) bt Japan 4

Final points: Australia 9, China 6, New Zealand 3, Japan 0


FINA World League, Asia-Oceania Prelims, Auckland, New Zealand, May

Team: Zoe Arancini, Lea Barta, Daniele Bower, Jemma Dessauvagie, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Kate Miller, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Rebecca Rippon, Sophie Smith, Larissa Webster, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Peter Szilagyi, Aleks Osadchuk. Manager: Julie Hamill. Physiotherapist: James Trotter. Referee: Noel Harrod.

Day 1: China 10 bt Australia 9 (R Webster 3, G Ralph, S Smith 2, J Dessauvagie, N Zagame).
Day 2: Australia 12 (R Webster, Z Arancini 3, G Ralph, J Moran 2, S Smith, H Lincoln-Smith) bt Japan 3
Day 3: Australia 14 (R Webster 5, H Lincoln-Smith, N Zagame 2, S Smith, R Rippon, G Ralph, J Dessauvagie, L Webster) bt New Zealand 7

Final points: Australia 15, China 15, New Zealand 6, Japan 0


FINA World League Super Finals, Kirishi, Russia, June

Team: Zoe Arancini, Victoria Brown, Jemma Dessauvagie, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln Smith, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Sarah Mills, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Rowena Webster. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Peter Szilagyi, Aleks Osadchuk. Manager: Julie Hamill. Physiotherapist: Erin Smyth. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Day 1: Australia 11 (J Moran 3, B Knox, M Rippon 2, G Ralph, R Rippon, R Webster, K Gynther) bt Greece 7
Day 2: Canada 10 bt Australia 8 (R Webster, K Gynther, S Mills 2, R Rippon, M Rippon)
Day 3: Australia 14 (R Webster 5, G Ralph, B Knox, K Gynther 2, H Lincoln-Smith, S Mills, M Rippon) bt Spain 9
Final points: Canada 8, Australia 6, Spain 3, Greece 1

Day 4: Quarterfinal: Australia 13 (B Knox 4, M Rippon 2, H Lincoln-Smith, G Ralph, R Rippon, J Moran, R Webster, K Gynther, S Mills) bt Russia 12
Day 5: Semifinal: USA 9 bt Australia 8 (G Ralph, R Webster 2, H Lincoln-Smith, J Moran, B Knox, J Dessauvagie)
Day 6: Bronze medal: Australia 12 (B Knox 4, M Rippon 3, K Gynther 2, J Moran, R Webster, G Ralph) bt Spain 8

Final placings: USA, Canada, Australia, Spain, China, Russia, Greece, Italy


World Championship Tour Squad: Zoe Arancini, Danielle Bower, Jemma Dessauvagie, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Kate Miller, Jane Moran, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Glencora Ralph, Sophie Smith, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Ryan Moar, Greig Richardson. Manager: Julie Hamill. Referee: Noel Harrod.

Samartzidis Cup, Athens, Greece, July

Day 1: Russia 14 bt Australia 3 (H Lincoln-Smith, B Knox, N Zagame).
Day 2: Australia 11 (K Gynther 3, N Zagame 2, H Lincoln-Smith, G Ralph, S Smith, M Rippon, B Knox) bt Spain 7; Greece 9 bt Australia 6 (K Gynther 2, N Zagame, H Lincoln-Smith, J Moran, B Knox)
Day 3: Australia 9 (R Rippon, N Zagame 2, H Lincoln-Smith, J Moran, B Knox, K Gynther, Z Arancini) bt Italy 7

Final placings: Russia, Greece, Australia, Italy, Spain

International Series, Budapest, Hungary, women

Match 1: Hungary 8 bt Australia 8 (B Knox, K Gynther, M Rippon 2, S Smith, R Rippon)
Match 2: Hungary 12 bt Australia 11 (K Gynther 3, H Lincoln-Smith, S Smith 2, R Rippon, J Moran, J Dessauvagie, M Rippon)


FINA World Championships, Rome, Italy, July

Team: Jemma Dessauvagie, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Glencora Ralph, Sophie Smith, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Ryan Moar, Greig Richardson. Manager: Julie Hamill. Physiotherapist: Elizabeth Steet. Doctor: Grace Bryant. Referee: Danny Flahive.

Day 1: Australia 6 (R Webster 2, H Lincoln-Smith, K Gynther, M Rippon, J Moran) bt Canada 6
Day 3: Australia 23 (B Knox, N Zagame 5, R Webster 4, H Lincoln-Smith, J Moran 3, R Rippon, K Gynther, G Ralph) bt South Africa 2
Day 5: Australia 14 (R Rippon, B Knox, R Webster 3, K Gynther, M Rippon 2, J Moran) bt New Zealand 4

Final points: Australia 5, Canada 3, New Zealand 2, South Africa 0.

Day 9: Quarter-finals: Greece 4 bt Australia 3 (K Gynther 2, B Knox)
Day 11: 5-8 semifinal: Australia 7 (J Moran 2, S Smith, R Rippon, B Knox, R Webster, M Rippon) bt Spain 6
Day 13: For 5th & 6th: Netherlands 12 bt Australia 11 (B Knox 4, H Lincoln-Smith, K Gynther 2, G Ralph, J Dessauvagie, M Rippon). For 7th & 8th: Hungary 13 Spain 5.

Final placings: USA, Canada, Russia, Greece, Netherlands, Australia, Hungary, Spain, Italy, Germany, China, New Zealand, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, South Africa.


Canada Cup, Women, Montreal, Canada, December 2009

Day 1: Australia 8 (B Knox 4, G Beadsworth 2, Z Arancini, N Zagame) bt USA 4
Day 2: Australia 14 (G Beadsworth 4, B Knox, R Webster 3, G Domanic 2, Z Arancini, N Zagame) bt Italy 9
Day 3: Australia 15 (B Knox 4, R Webster, N Zagame 3, I Bishop, M Rippon 2, E Rossato) bt Canada 8
Final points: Australia 6, USA 4, Italy 2, Canada 0

Day 4: Semifinals: Australia 10 (G Domanic, R Webster, J Dessauvagie 2, G Beadsworth, B Knox, I Bishop, N Zagame) bt Canada 9 in overtime (FT: 9-9)
Day 5: Gold medal: USA 8 bt Australia 7 (R Webster, N Zagame 2, G Beadsworth, B Knox, M Rippon). Bronze medal: Canada 8 Italy 7

Final placings: USA, Australia, Canada, Italy


Holiday Cup, Newport Beach, USA, December

Day 1: Australia 8 (B Knox 3, G Beadsworth 2, R Webster, M Rippon, N Zagame) bt Italy 4; USA 6 Netherlands 6; Canada 8 Russia 8.
Day 2: Australia 12 (G Ralph 4, B Knox, R Webster, M Rippon 2, N Zagame, G Domanic) bt Canada 6
Day 3: Australia 10 (B Knox 6, G Beadsworth 2, I Bishop, N Zagame) bt Netherlands 5; Canada 11 Italy 6; USA 12 Russia 8.
Day 4: USA 7 bt Australia 7 (G Beadsworth 3, B Knox, N Zagame 2)
Day 5: Italy 9  Netherlands 7, Australia 11 (B Knox 4, G Beadsworth, G Ralph 2, E Rossato, R Webster, N Zagame) bt Russia 9; USA 8 Canada 8

Final points/placings: Australia 9, USA 7, Canada 5, Russia 4, Netherlands 3, Italy 2.


Student Women

World Student Games, Belgrade, Serbia, July

Team: Lea Barta, Victoria Brown, Hannah Robinson, Elise Rossato, Sarah Mills, Sophie Rickets, Rowena Webster, Jo Whitehorn, Keesja Gofers, Melissa Hammond, Lisa Callahan, Ali Van Ommen, Nanda Stolz. Head coach: Aleks Osadchuk. Assistant Coach: Eddie Denis. Manager: Jenny Liessmann. Referee: Nicola Johnson.

Day 1: Australia 11 (R Webster 5, E Rossato, S Mills 2, L Callahan, J Whitehorn) bt Italy 9
Day 3: Hungary 11 bt Australia 10 (R Webster 5, E Rossato, S Mills 2, L Callahan, J Whitehorn)
Day 5: China 8 bt Australia 6 (K Gofers 3, R Webster 2, S Ricketts)
Final points: China 6, Hungary 4, Australia 2, Italy 0.

Day 7: Quarter-final: Canada 10 bt Australia 8 (R Webster 6, E Rossato, S Mills).
Day 9: Play-off for 5th & 6th: Australia 13 (J Whitehorne, K Gofers 3, E Rossato 2, L Callahan, N Stoltz, R Webster, M Hammond, S Mills) bt Serbia 7

Final placings: China, Russia, Hungary, Canada, Australia, Serbia, Italy, Japan


Junior Women

European Tour, Born ‘89 August-September

Team: Libby Alcock, Alicia Brightwell, Hannah Buckling, Shannon Jones, Olivia King, Elyssa Larsson, Jamie-Lee Lewis, Jessica Martin, Kelly Miller, Madison Morrison, Ebony Neesham, Ellen Pittorino, Hannah Robinson, Ursula Talbot, Kelsey Wakefield, Gaby Wikman, Emily Young. Coach: Greig Richardson. Manager: Charlene Somerville. Referee: Michael Hart.

Manchester, England, August

Australia 11 (G Wikman, H Buckling, J Martin 2, A Brightwell, H Robinson, E. Pittorino, M Morrison, S Jones) bt Great Britain 1

George Kassimatis Cup, Perama, Greece, August

Day 1: Netherlands 10 bt Australia 7 (A Brightwell 5, H Buckling, H Robinson)
Day 2: Australia 11 (A Brightwell, JL Lewis, E Neesham 2, L Alcock, E Pittorino, G Wikman, S Jones, H Robinson); Spain 9 bt Australia 5 (G Wikman, J Martin, E Neesham, J Lewis, S Jones)
Day 3: Bronze medal, Greece 14 bt Australia 4 (H Buckling 2, H Robinson, L Alcock)

Final placings: Spain, Netherlands, Greece, Australia, Italy, France.

Naples, Italy, September

Italy 13 bt Australia 5 (K Miller, A Brightwell 2, S Jones)


Youth Girls

Australian Youth Olympic Festival, Born ’91, Sydney, Australia, January

Squad: Breanna Appel (C), Zoe Arancini (C), Isobel Bishop, Rachel Flint, Emma Jo Grahame, Sarah Grunberger, Kayle Leathem, Claire Pierce, Serena Reid, Ashleigh Southern, Stephanie Thomas, Genevieve Venosta, Kelsy Wakefield. Coach: Peter Szilagyi. Manager: Annie Hayes. European Tour, July: Brea Appel, Zoe Arancini, Ellie Armitt, Isobel Bishop, Eleisha Browne Serena Reid, Rachel Flint, Emma Jo Grahame, Sarah Grunberger, Kayle Leathem, Claire Pierce, Emily Scott, Ashleigh Southern, Stephanie Thomas, Genevieve Venosta, Kelsey Wakefield. Head Coach: Peter Szilagyi. Assistant Coach: Taryn Woods. Manager: Annie Hayes. Referees: Andrew Carney, Noel Harrod.

Day 1: Australia 17 (A Southern 4, Z Arancini, B Appel 3, I Bishop, K Leathem, C Pierce 2, S Thomas) bt China 10
Day 2: Australia 13 (B Appel 5, I Bishop 2, S Thomas, S Grunberger, K Leathem, A Southern, E Grahame, C Pierce) bt Greece 8
Day 3: Hungary 10 bt Australia 9 (A Southern 3, B Appel 2, Z Arancini, S Grunberger, K Leathem, EJ Grahame)

Final points: Hungary 6, Australia 4, China 2, Greece 0


Pythia Cup, Itea, Greece, July

Day 1: Australia 15 (Z Arancini 5, A Southern 4, E Scott, E Browne 2, C Pierce, K Leathem) bt Greece 8; Italy 10 bt Australia 8 (A Southern 6, EJ Grahame 2)
Day 2: Australia 12 (A Southern 4, G Venosta 2, EJ Grahame, K Leathem, R Flint, E Browne, E Armitt, C Pierce) Netherlands 7, Australia 11 (K Leathem 3, A Southern, EJ Grahame 2, Z Arancini, E Scott, R Flint, C Pierce) bt Spain 8

Final placings: Italy, Australia, Spain, Netherlands, Greece.


International Series, Rome, Italy, July

Day 1: Italy 10 bt Australia 7 (EJ Grahame, I Bishop 2, R Flint, Z Arancini, E Browne)
Day 2: Australia 11 (Z Arancini 3, EJ Grahame, E Browne, A Southern, E Armit, E Scott, K Leathem, R Flint, I Bishop) bt Italy 4
Day 3: Australia 10 (Z Arancini, R Flint, C Pierce, E Browne 2, E Scott, K Leathem) bt Italy 10
Day 4: Australia 14 (Z Arancini, I Bishop 3, R Flint, A Southern, C Pierce 2, E Scott, EJ Grahame) bt Italy 9


International Series, Heidelberg, Germany, July

Day 1: Australia 22 (A Southern 5, B Appel, Z Arancini, C Pierce, EJ Grahame 3, G Venosta, E Browne 2, R Flint) bt Germany 8
Day 2: Australia 27 (A Southern 7, EJ Grahame 6, E Scott 5, C Pierce 3, B Appel, R Flint 2, K Leathem, R Flint) bt Germany 7
Day 3: Australia 24 (A Souther 4, EJ Grahame, C Pierce, S Thomas 3, E Browne, S Grunberger, G Venosta, R Flint, K Leathem 2, E Armitt) bt Germany 7

Australia wins series 3-0


FINA World Championships, Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, August

Team: Breanna Appel, Zoe Arancini, Isobel Bishop, Eleisha Browne, Serena Reid, Rachel Flint, Emma Jo Grahame, Kayle Leathem, Claire Pierce, Emily Scott, Ashleigh Southern, Genevieve Venosta, Kelsey Wakefield. Head Coach: Peter Szilagyi. Assistant Coaches: Greg McFadden, Taryn Woods. Manager: Annie Hayes. Referee: Andrew Carney.

Day 1: Australia 11 (A Southern 4, B Appel 3, I Bishop, G Venosta, Z Arancini, C Pierce) bt Spain 9
Day 2: Australia 8 (K Leathem, I Bishop 2, G Venosta, B Appel, Z Arancini, A Southern) bt Italy 7
Day 3: Australia 28 (K Leathem 7, Z Arancini, EJ Grahame 5, E Scott 3, B Appel, A Southern 2, E Browne, I Bishop, R Flint, C Pierce) bt Kazakhstan 4

Final points: Australia 6, Italy 4, Spain 2, Kazakhstan 0.

Day 5: Quarter-final: USA 9 bt Australia 5 (EJ Grahame 2, B Appel, A Southern, I Bishop)
Day 6: Canada 4 bt Australia 3 (R Flint 2, EJ Grahame) in extra time (FT: 3-3)
Day 7: Play-offs: For 7th & 8th, Australia 11 (K Leathem, B Appel 3, A Southern 2, I Bishop, G Venosta, Z Arancini) bt Spain 6

Final placings: Russia, Netherlands, USA, Hungary, Italy, Canada, Australia, Spain, Greece, Germany, New Zealand, South Africa, Kazakhstan, Brazil, Uzbekistan.


 

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