National Teams & Results

2010 Australian Women’s Results

2010 AUSTRALIAN WOMEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

Senior Women

FINA World League, Asia-Oceania zone, May

Team: Zoe Arancini, Gemma Beadsworth, Isobel Bishop, Alicia Brightwell, Victoria Brown, Jemma Dessauvagie, Bronwen Knox (C), Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon Sophie Smith, Kelsey Wakefield, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Manager: Jenny Liessmann.

Round 1, Osaka, Japan, May

Day 1: Australia 17 (S Smith 3, A Brightwell, G Beadsworth, I Bishop, R Webster, N Zagame 2, B Knox, G Ralph, J Dessauvagie, Z Arancini) bt Japan 5
Day 2: Australia 14 (B Knox 6, R Webster 3, S Smith, M Rippon 2, G Ralph) bt Kazakhstan 9
Day 3: China 13 bt Australia 12 (G Beadsworth, B Knox 4,  G Ralph, R Webster, J Dessauvagie, J Moran) in penalty shootout (FT:8-8)
Progress points: China 8, Australia 7, Kazakhstan 2, Japan 1.


Round 2, Tianjin, China, May

Day 1: Australia 10 (M Rippon 3, J Moran, B Knox, G Ralph 2, N Zagame) bt China 5
Day 2: USA 15 bt Australia 14 (G Ralph 5, B Knox, G Beadsworth 3, N Zagame, M Rippon, R Webster) in penalty shootout (FT: 12-12. Pens: 3-2)
Day 3: Australia 16 (R Webster 6, B Knox 4, J Moran 2, S Smith, M Rippon) bt Japan 4; China 13; Kazakhstan 5

Final points: Australia 16, China 14, Kazakhstan 5, Japan 1


Friendly Series with China, Tianjin, China, May

Team: Zoe Arancini, Lea Barta, Isobel Bishop, Alicia Brightwell, Victoria Brown, Jemma Dessauvagie, Keesja Gofers, Bronwen Knox (C), Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Sophie Ricketts, Melissa Rippon Sophie Smith, Nanda Stoltz, Kelsey Wakefield, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Manager: Jenny Liessmann.

Day 1: China 7 bt Australia 6 (Z Arancini 2, S Smith, B Knox, G Ralph, N Zagame)
Day 2: China 10 bt Australia 7 (B Knox 3, N Zagame 2, I Bishop, J Dessauvagie)


FINA World League Super Finals, San Diego, USA, June-July

Team: Zoe Arancini, Gemma Beadsworth, Alicia Brightwell, Victoria Brown, Jemma Dessauvagie, Keesja Gofers, Bronwen Knox (C), Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Sophie Smith, Kelsey Wakefield, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Greig Richardson. Manager: Jenny Liessmann. Physiotherapist: Liz Steet. Referee: Noel Harrod.

Day 1: Australia 12 (J Moran 3, B Knox, R Webster 2, G Beadsworth, G Ralph, J Dessauvagie, M Rippon, N Zagame) bt Russia 8
Day 2: USA 15 bt Australia 14 (G Ralph 5, B Knox, G Beadsworth 3, N Zagame, M Rippon, R Webster) in penalty shootout (FT: 12-12. Pens: 3-2)
Day 3: Group B: Australia 7 (R Webster 4, G Ralph, B Knox, M Rippon) bt Greece 4;
Final points: USA 8, Australia 7, Greece 2, Russia 1.

Day 4: Quarter-final: Australia 10 (G Ralph 3, N Zagame 2, B Knox, G Beadsworth, Z Arancini, R Webster, J Moran) bt Netherlands 7
Day 5: 1-4 group semifinal: Australia 8 (B Knox, R Webster 2, G Beadsworth, S Smith, G Ralph, N Zagame) bt Russia 7
Day 6: 1st & 2nd: USA 12 bt Australia 11 (B Knox 4, G Beadsworth, G Ralph 2, S Smith, R Webster, A Brightwell) in penalty shootout (FT: 7-7. Pens: 5-4)

Final placings: USA, Australia, Greece, Russia, China, Hungary, Netherlands, Canada


10th Anniversary Tournament, Sydney, Australia, August

Team: Zoe Arancini, Lea Barta, Gemma Beadsworth, Isobel Bishop, Alicia Brightwell, Victoria Brown, Jemma Dessauvagie, Keesja Gofers, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Mel Rippon, Sophie Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Kelsey Wakefield, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Ryan Moar. Manager: Lyn Morrison. Physiotherapist: Liz Steet. Psychologist: Alex Gorman. Referees: Andrew Carney, Nick Hodgers.

Day 1: Australia 15 (N Zagame 4, G Ralph, J Moran, A Southern, H Lincoln-Smith 2, S Smith, B Knox, R Webster) bt Greece 7
Day 2: Australia 10 (B Knox, A Southern 3, R Webster 2, G Beadsworth, G Ralph) bt USA 9
Day 3: Australia 10 (A Southern 3, S Smith, Z Arancini 2, I Bishop, B Knox, G Ralph) bt Canada 10
Day 4: Australia 13 (B Knox 3, H Lincoln-Smith, S Smith, J Moran, R Webster 2, Z Arancini, M Rippon) bt Russia 6

Final points and finish order: Australia 7, USA 7, Russia 6, China 3, Canada 3, Greece 2, NSWIS 0.

Day 5: Play-offs: 1st & 2nd: Australia 10 (N Zagame 3, B Knox 2, A Brightwell, J Moran, R Webster, Z Arancini, M Rippon) bt USA 8

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


XV FINA World Cup, Christchurch, New Zealand, August

Team: Zoe Arancini, Lea Barta, Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Mel Rippon, Sophie Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Ryan Moar. Manager: Lyn Morrison. Physiotherapist: Liz Steet. Referee: Michael Hart


Day 1: Australia 17 (A Southern 4, G Beadsworth, N Zagame 3, S Smith 2, H Lincoln-Smith, J Moran, B Knox, R Webster, G Ralph) bt New Zealand 4
Day 2: Australia 7 (B Knox 3, G Beadsworth 2, S Smith, N Zagame) bt USA 5
Day 3: Australia 10 (R Webster, G Ralph, N Zagame 2, G Beadsworth, J Moran, B Knox) bt Russia 8

Final points: Group B: Australia 6, USA 4, Russia 2, New Zealand 0.

Day 4: Quarterfinals: Australia 11 (G Beadsworth 3, R Webster, G Ralph, N Zagame 2, B Knox, A Southern) bt Greece 7
Day 5: Semifinals, Group 1-4: Australia 11 (N Zagame 3, G Beadsworth, B Knox, A Southern 2, J Moran, G Ralph) Russia 10

Day 6: 1st & 2nd: USA 6 bt Australia 3 (G Beadsworth, B Knox, N Zagame).

Final placings: USA, Australia, China, Russia, Canada, Hungary, Greece, New Zealand.


Junior Women


New Zealand and USA Tour, Born ‘91, July

International Series, Auckland, July

Team: Elle Armit, Hannah Buckling, Georgia Clarke, Rachel Flint, Emma Jo Grahame, Shannon Jones, Kayle Leathem, Claire Pierce, Serena Reid, Emily Scott, Ashleigh Southern, Emma Thillianath, Stephanie Thomas. Head Coach: Peter Szilagyi. Manager: Charlene Sommerville.


Match 1: New Zealand 12 bt Australian Juniors 10 (A Southern 4, K Leathem 2, E Scott, H Buckling, E Armit, S Jones)

Match 2: Australian Juniors 11 (A Southern, R Flint 3, EJ Grahame 2, E Browne, K Leathem, E Armit) bt New Zealand Seniors 11

Match 3: Australian Juniors 14 (A Southern 4, E Scott, EJ Grahame, E Browne 2, K Leathem, S Jones, E Armit, S Thomas) bt NZ Seniors 14


Four Nations Tournament, Los Alamitos, USA, July

Day 1: Australia 11 (A Southern 5, E Armit 2, H Buckling, R Flint, G Clarke, C Pierce) bt Canada 4

Day 2: Australia 18 (E Scott 3, E Browne, K Leathem, H Buckling, A Southern 2, S Thomas, R Flint, E Armit, G Clarke, EJ Grahame, C Pierce, S Jones) bt New Zealand 1
Day 3: USA 12 bt Australia 9 (A Southern 6, R Flint, E Armit, EJ Grahame).
Day 4: Australia 12 (A Southern 4, E Scott 3, E Browne 2, H Buckling, R Flint, EJ Grahame) bt Canada 12
Day 5: Australia 17 (EJ Grahame 5, H Buckling 3, S Thomas, G Clarke 2, E Scott, R Flint, E Armit, A Southern, C Pierce) bt New Zealand 7

Day 6: USA 7 bt Australia 5 (A Southern 4, E Scott).

Final points: USA 12, Australia 7, Canada 5, New Zealand 0


Friendly Matches, Zlatoust, Russia, September

Team: Isobel Bishop, Devon Boyle, Georgia Clarke, Madeline Coburn, Kimberley Cochrane, Laura David, Sarah Grunberger, Olivia King, Kathleen McHugh, Madison Morrison, Erin Redbond, Genevieve Venosta, Danielle White. Head Coach: Peter Szilagyi. Manager: Charlene Sommerville.


Day 1: Russia Youth 14 bt Australia 5 (I Bishop, G Clarke 2, G Venosta).Day 2: Uralochka 15 Australia 13 (M Coburn 3, S Grunberger, M Morrison 2, G Venosta, I Bishop, G Clarke, D Boyle, L David, K McHugh)


16th International Memorial tournament of Andrej Mamlhgin, Zlatoust, Russia, September

Day 1: Russia 21 bt Australia 7 (G Venosta 3, M Coburn, I Bishop, D Boyle, L David).
Day 2: Australia 18 (D White 4, G Venosta, D Boyle 3, I Bishop, G Clarke, E Redbond 2, M Coburn, O King) bt Uralochka A 15
Day 3: Australia 10 (D Boyle, L David, G Venosta 2, D White, M Coburn, G Clarke, S Grunberger) bt Uralochka B 9


Day 4: Russia 11 bt Australia 8 (I Bishop 5, G Venosta, D Boyle, S Grunberger)

Final placings: Russia, Australia, Uralochka A, Uralochka B.
MVP: Genevieve Venosta (AUS)


Pythia Cup, Born ’93
, Itea, Greece, July

Team: Emily Boland, Matil Connor, Cathryn Earl, Lillian Hedges, Laura Malcolm, Bridget O’Connor, Eloise Pierce, Tara Pitman, Maddison Schmid, Kassandra Sidley, Janies Van Kampen, Tayla Walsh, Jess Warwick, Kristyn Watkins, Amy Wilson. Head coach: Ryan Moar. Manager: Tracey Mirabito. Referee: Andrew Carney

Day 1: Australia 10 (M Schmid 6, M Connor 2, T Walsh, C Earl) bt Greece 10
Day 2: Hungary 12 bt Australia 8 (Australia 8 (C Earl 4, T Walsh, M Connor, J Van Kampen, K Watkins), Australia 21 (M Schmid 6, C Earl 4, T Pitman, J Warwick, M Connor, K Watkins 2, J Van Kampen, B O’Connor, A Wilson) Serbia 3
Day 3: Australia 10 (M Schmid 5, M Connor 4, E Boland) bt France 2

Final placings: Hungary 8, Australia 5, Greece 5, France 2, Serbia 0


Butterfly Trophy, Emmen, Netherlands, July

Team: Emily Boland, Matil Connor, Cathryn Earl, Lillian Hedges, Laura Malcolm, Bridget O’Connor, Eloise Pierce, Tara Pitman, Maddison Schmid, Kassandra Sidley, Janies Van Kampen, Tayla Walsh, Jess Warwick, Kristyn Watkins, Amy Wilson. Head coach: Ryan Moar. Manager: Tracey Mirabito. Referee: Andrew Carney


Day 1: Greece 12 bt Australia 9 (M Schmid 3, M Connor 2, T Pitman, J Warwick, K Watkins, K Sidley), Italy 11 Australia 10 (M Schmid 4, J Warwick 3, T Pitman, T Walsh, C Earl)
Day 2: Hungary 20 bt Australia 17 (M Schmid 5, T Pitman 3, C Earl, J Van Kampen 2, L Malcolm, J Warwick, T Walsh, M Connor, K Watkins); Australia 11 (M Schmid 5, T Pitman, J Warwick 2, B O’Connor, K Watkins) Canada 10.
Day 3: Netherlands 9 bt Australia 7 (T Walsh 3, T Pitman 2, M Schmid, J Warwick)

Final placings: Greece, Italy, Hungary, The Netherlands, Australia, Canada


Youth Girls

Test series, Born ’94, Auckland, July

Team: Megan du Toit, Savannah Forth, Emma Johns, Margot Leeson-Smith, Emma Swete Kelly, Ainsley Masek, Emma Williams, Lauren Andronicus, Jayde Appel, Stephanie Calaizis, Rebecca Curtis, Georgia McConville, Shannan Martin, Montana Perkins, Stephanie Polivka, Madeleine Steere, Chloe Barr, Paige Mortimer, Lucinda Swan, Belinda Symons, Millie Martino, Madeleine Quinn, Mercedes Ralph, Kassia Ralston, Dorottya Szilagyi, Jessica Zimmerman.

Match 1: New Zealand 11 bt Australia 7 (S Forth 2, S Martin, J Zimmermann, J Appel, D Szilagyi, A Masek)
Match 2:  Australia 11 (J Appel 7, J Zimmermann, D Szilagyi, S Polivka, R Curtis) bt New Zealand 10

Match 3: New Zealand 7 bt Australia 5 (J Appel 2, J Zimmermann, D Szilagyi, S Martin)


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