National Teams & Results

2010 Australian Men’s Results

2010 AUSTRALIAN MEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

SENIOR MEN

SOPAC International, Sydney, January

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Richard Campbell, Tim Cleland, Johnno Cotterill, Chris Dyson, John Hahn, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Anthony Martin, Billy Miller, James Stanton, David Will. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Paul Oberman. Manager: Jon Harmer. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Day 1: Australia A 9 (A Younger 3, D Streets 2, A Roach, D Young, B Edwards, J Gilchrist) Canada 5, Australia 8 (A Martin 2, C Dyson, R Maitland, R Campbell, B Miller, R Howden, J Cotterill) Vasas 8, Vasas 10 Australia A 8 (A Roach 3, S Cody, D Streets, A Younger, A Polivka, J Swift), Australia 16 (J Cotterill 5, R Campbell 4, J Beadsworth 3, C Dyson 2, A Martin, R Howden) Canada 6.
Day 2: Vasas 14 Canada 8, Australia 13 (J Beadsworth 4, S McGregor 3, T Cleland 2, R Maitland, A Martin, J Cotterill, B Miller) Australia A 4 (A Roach 2, M Baird, S Cody).
Final points: Australia 5, Vasas 5, Australia A 2, Canada 0.
Gold medal: Australia 11 (S McGregor 4, R Campbell 3, B Miller, T Cleland, C Dyson, D Will) Vasas 6 Bronze medal: Australia A 10 (D Young 4, A Younger 2, A Polivka, D Streets, J Gilchrist, A Roach) Canada 7.

Final placings: Australia, Vasas, Australia A, Canada.


Friendly International, Sydney, Australia, January

Team: Mitchell Baird, James Clarke, Tim Cleland, Steven Cody, John Hahn, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Billy Miller, Aidan Roach, Daniel Streets, Joel Swift, Daniel Young, Aaron Younger, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Paul Oberman. Manager: Jon Harmer.

Australia 14 (S McGregor 4, M Baird, R Howden, A Younger 2, S Cody, D Young, B Miller, J Swift) Canada 4.


International Series, Sydney, Australia, January

Team: Mitchell Baird, Chris Batty, Nathan Cargill, James Clarke, Tim Cleland, Steven Cody, John Hahn, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Billy Miller, Aidan Roach, Daniel Streets, Joel Swift, Daniel Young, Aaron Younger, Gavin Woods, Carl Zvekan. Head Coach: John Fox. Manager: Jon Harmer.

Match 1: Australia 10 (T Cleland 3, A Younger, R Howden 2, S Cody, S McGregor, D Young) Canada 7.
Match 2: Australia 15 (T Cleland, J Swift 3, M Baird, R Howden, D Young 2, A Younger, S McGregor, B Miller) Canada 5.


Volvo Cup, Hodmezovasarhely, Hungary, February

Team: Nathan Cargill, Chris Dyson, Joel Dennerley, Jarrod Gilchrist, Anthony Martin, Luke Quinlivan, Aidan Roach, Daniel Streets, Joel Swift, David Will. Head coach: John Fox.

Day 1: USA 9 Australia 4 (A Martin, J Swift 2), Hungary 18 Australia 4 (C Dyson, A Martin, J Swift, J Gilchrist).
Day 2: Canada 8 Australia 7 (C Dyson, J Swift 2, A Martin, J Gilchrist, A Roach).

Final placings: Hungary, USA, Canada, Australia.


FINA World League, Asia-Oceania zone, May

Team: Mitchell Baird, Tim Cleland, Steven Cody, Joel Dennerley, Wade Eames, Mitchell Emery, John Hahn, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Tyler Martin, Billy Miller, Luke Quinlivan, Aidan Roach, Joel Swift, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Simon Daley. Manager: Jon Harmer.

Round 1, Osaka, Japan, May:
Day 1: Australia 16 (S McGregor 5, A Younger 4, S Cody, B Miller 2, R Howden, A Roach, J Swift) Japan 11.
Day 2: Australia 10 (B Miller 3, S Cody, A Younger 2, M Emery, R Howden, A Roach) Kazakhstan 5.
Day 3: Australia 23 (A Younger 5, T Martin 3, T Cleland, S Cody, S McGregor, M Emery, J Swift, D Lawrence 2, B Miller, W Eames, R Howden) Iran 1.
Day 4: Australia 15 (J Swift 4, S McGregor 3, M Baird, A Roach, A Younger 2, B Miller, R Howden) China 4.
Day 5: Australia 17 (M Baird 3, W Eames, S McGregor, J Swift, A Younger, D Lawrence, A Roach 2, M Emery, S Cody) New Zealand 3.
Progress points: Australia 15, China 12, Japan 9, Kazakhstan 6, New Zealand 3, Iran 0.

Round 2, Tianjin, China, May:
Day 1: Australia 9 (A Younger 3, T Martin, S Cody 2, S McGregor, W Eames) Japan 8.
Day 2: Australia 14 (A Roach 4, D Lawrence 3, R Howden 2, W Eames, M Emery, T Martin, S McGregor, A Younger) New Zealand 4.
Day 3: Australia 11 (R Howden, S McGregor 3, B Miller, J Swift 2, A Younger) Kazakhstan 7.
Day 4: Australia 23 (A Roach, A Younger 4, M Baird, T Martin 3, S Cody, D Lawrence, J Swift 2, W Eames, M Emery, B Miller) Iran 3.
Day 5: Australia 10 (S McGregor 4, A Younger 2, M Baird, R Howden, D Lawrence, J Swift) China 6.
Final points: Australia 30, China 24, Kazakhstan 15, Japan 15, New Zealand 6, Iran 0.


FINA World League Super Finals, Nis Serbia, July

Team: Mitchell Baird, Ritchie Campbell, John Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Rob Maitland (C), Anthony Martin, Billy Miller, Nick O’Halloran, James Stanton, Joel Swift, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Frank Otto. Manager: Gary Rydberg. Osteopath: Andrew Gott.Referee: Michael Hart.

Day 1: Australia 10 (S McGregor 3, R Howden 2, R Campbell, R Maitland, A Martin, J Swift) Croatia 7.
Day 2: Australia 19 (B Miller 4, N O’Halloran, R Howden 3, J Swift, A Younger, S McGregor, M Baird 2, R Campbell) South Africa 4.
Day 3: Serbia 8 Australia 6 (A Younger, S McGregor 2, J Cotterill, A Martin), Croatia 22 South Africa 1.
Final points: Serbia 9, Australia 6, Croatia 3, South Africa 0.
Day 4: Quarterfinals: Australia 6 (R Howden 2, N O’Halloran, A Martin, S McGregor, A Younger) Spain 5.
Day 5: Group 1-4 semifinals: Montenegro 8 Australia 6 (A Martin 2, R Campbell, S McGregor, J Cotterill, B Miller).
Day 6: Classifications: 3rd & 4th: Croatia 9 Australia 7 (B Miller 3, A Younger 2, S McGregor, R Howden).
Final placings: Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Australia, USA, Spain, China, South Africa.


FINA World Cup, Oradea, Romania, July-August

Team: Mitchell Baird, Ritchie Campbell, John Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Rob Maitland (C), Anthony Martin, Billy Miller, Nick O’Halloran, James Stanton, Joel Swift, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Paul Oberman. Manager: Gary Rydberg. Osteopath: Andrew Gott. Referee: Michael Hart.  

Day 1: Spain 9 Australia 7 (S McGregor 3, R Campbell, A Martin, A Younger, B Miller).
Day 2: Romania 11 Australia 9 (B Miller 3, R Campbell, S McGregor 2, R Maitland, A Younger).
Day 3: Australia 26 (B Miller, A Younger 4, A Martin, R Campbell 3, S McGregor, J Swift, R Howden, N O’Halloran, J Cotterill 2, R Maitland, M Baird) Iran 4.

Final points: Group A: Spain 6, Romania 4, Australia 2, Iran 0.

Day 4: Quarterfinal: Serbia 12 Australia 9 (R Howden, A Younger 2, R Campbell, N O’Halloran, R Maitland, S McGregor, B Miller).
Day 5: Semifinals: Group 5-8: Australia 10 (R Campbell, S McGregor, A Younger, B Miller 2, R Maitland, R Howden) China 6.
Day 6: Play-offs: 5th & 6th: Romania 9 Australia 5 (S McGregor 3, A Martin, R Campbell).

Final placings: Serbia, Croatia, Spain, USA, Romania, Australia, China, Iran.


JUNIOR MEN

Born ’91 Men

Team: Jeremy Davie, Thomas Dayman, Blake Edwards, James Fannon, BJ Howden, Anthony Martin, Adam Polivka, Sam Quinn, Nick Redbond, Perry Short, Paul Sindone, Edward Slade, Clayton Whittaker. Head Coach: Adam Richardson. Manager: David Swift.

International match, Cavtat, Croatia, July

Australian Juniors 12 (A Polivka, BJ Howden, B Edwards, T Dayman 2, A Martin, J Davie, P Short, P Sindone) Cavtat 10.

International Tournament, Skopje, Macedonia, July:

Day 1: Australia 12 (B Edwards 3, J Fannon, A Polivka, J Davie, P Sindone 2, P Short) Macedonia Juniors 8.
Day 2: Macedonia 11 Australia Juniors 3 (A Polivka, B Edwards, J Davie).
Day 3: Serbia B 8 Australia Juniors 5 (J Fannon, A Polivka, A Martin, C Whittaker, P Sindone).

Final points: Macedonia 9, Serbia B 6, Australia 3, Macedonia Juniors 0.

International junior men’s tournament, Kazan, Russia, August

Day 1: Australia 8 (A Polivka 3, J Davie 2, BJ Howden, C Whittaker, P Sindone) Greece 4.
Day 2: Italy 12 Australia 7 (A Polivka 2, J Davie, P Sindone, N Redbond, T Dayman, B Edwards), Australia 12 (J Davie 4, P Sindone, J Fannon, T Dayman, A Martin, A Polivka, P Short) Russia 7.
Day 3: Australia 9 (B Edwards 2, P Short, J Davie, BJ Howden, C Whittaker, S Quinn, P Sindone) Serbia 9.

Final placings: Serbia 10, Italy 9, Australia 7, Russia 0, Greece 0.
Goalkeeper of tournament: Eddie Slade (AUS).


Born ’93 boys

Team: Gabriel Addley, Luca Altieri, Jayden Basha, Alex Bennie, Billy Christensen, Daniel Egan, George Ford, Stewart Greenbank, Matthew Hannan, Ryan Marnell, Gordon Marshall, Matthew Perrott, Nathan Power, Jayden Smith, Tyler Sinclair. Coach: Dalibor Maslan. Manager: Duncan Greenbank. Referee: Rowan Woodburn.

Slovakia Cup, Novaky, Slovakia, July

Day 1: France 11 Australia 10 (L Altieri 4, M Perrott, J Smith 2, A Bennie, T Sinclair).
Day 2: Hungary 16 Australia 4 (G Marshall 2, L Altieri, A Bennie), Slovakia 12 Australia 6 (L Altieri, G Marshall 2, A Bennie, M Perrott).
Day 3: Croatia 11 Australia 6 (L Altieri, G Marshall, A Bennie, S Greenbank, R Marnell, J Smith), Australia 11 (A Bennie, N Power, G Ford 2, J Basha, G Marshall, S Greenbank, M Hannan, M Perrott) Turkey 9.
Day 4: Serbia 11 Australia 4 (G Marshall 2, A Bennie, M Perrott).

Final points: Croatia 12, Serbia 10, Slovakia 8, Hungary 6, France 4, Australia 2, Turkey 0.

Mithat Hantal Memorial Tournament, Istanbul, Turkey, July

Day 1: Australia 8 (L Altieri, A Bennie, D Egan, S Greenbank, M Hannan, M Perrott, N Power, T Sinclair) Slovenia 4.
Day 2: Serbia 5 Australia 3 (A Bennie 2, M Perrott), Australia 10 (L Altieri, N Power 2, D Egan, M Hannan, M Perrott, R Marnell, J Smith, T Sinclair) Turkey B 4
Day 3: Turkey A 8 Australia 7 (A Bennie, J Smith 2, L Altieri, D Egan, G Marshall), Romania 10 Australia 5 (J Smith 2, M Perrott, M Hannan, D Egan).

Final placings: Serbia, Turkey A, Romania, Australia, Slovenia, Turkey B.

International Tournament, Acireale, Italy, July

Day 1: Hungary 8 Australia 5 (M Perrott 2, S Greenbank, J Basha, N Power), Montenegro 8 France 7, Italy 14 USA 6.
Day 2: USA 11 Australia 7 (A Bennie, J Smith 2, M Perott, M Hannan, G Ford), Italy 9 Australia 2 (A Bennie, M Perrott).
Day 3: Australia 10 (J Smith 4, A Bennie, M Perrott 2, M Hannan, G Marshall) Germany 8.
Day 4: France 10 Australia 7 (A Bennie 3, S Greenbank 2, J Smith, G Marshall).
Day 5: Australia 8 (M Perrott 3, N Power 2, J Smith, G Ford, G Marshall) Montenegro 7, USA 10 Germany 3,

Final placings: Italy, USA, Hungary, Australia, Montenegro, France, Germany.

International Tournament, Mulhouse, France, July-August

Day 1: Slovakia 6 Australia 3 (A Bennie, M Hannan, M Perrott), France 12 Turkey 6.
Day 2: France 10 Australia 9 (A Bennie 5, M Perrott 2, N Power, G Marshall). Slovakia 8 Turkey 6.
Day 3: Australia 10 (A Bennie, G Marshall 3, M Perrott 2, S Greenbank, J Smith) Turkey 6, Slovakia 9 France 8.

Final Placings: Slovakia, France, Australia, Turkey.

International Friendly, Stuttgart, Germany, August

Australia 10 (L Altieri 3, A Bennie, G Marshall 2, J Basha, G Ford, M Hannan) Germany 8.


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