National Teams & Results

2011 Australian Men’s Results

2011 AUSTRALIAN MEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

SENIOR MEN

Volvo Cup, Miskoich, Hungary, February 2011

Team: Joszef Balczer, Johnno Cotterill, Jeremy Davie, Joel Dennerley, Chris Dyson, Lachlan Hollis, Rob Maitland, Anthony Martin, Tyler Martin, Mace Rapsey, Aidan Roach, Joel Swift, Dan Young, Aaron Younger, Carl Zvekan. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Frank Otto.

Day 1: Hungary 8 Australia 4 (J Cotterill 2, J Davie, A Younger).
Day 2: Australia 9 (A Younger 4, J Cotterill, J Davie, C Dyson, A Martin, AJ Roach) Canada 7.
Day 3: Australia 7 (J Cotterill 2, C Dyson, J Swift, AJ Roach, M Rapsey, L Hollis) Germany 6.

Final points/placings: Hungary 6, Australia 4, Germany 2, Canada 0.


FINA World League, Asia/Oceania Round 1, Auckland, May 2011

Team: Richard Campbell, Timothy Cleland, Blake Edwards, John Hahn, James Howden, Rhys Howden, Daniel Lawrence, Sam McGregor, Billy Miller, Nicholas O’Halloran, Luke Quinlivan, Joel Swift, David Will, Daniel Young. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Paul Oberman. Manager: Jon Harmer. Referee: Danny Flahive.

Day 1: Australia 22 (D Lawrence, S McGregor, J Swift 3, BJ Howden, T Cleland, B Edwards, D Young 2, R Campbell, R Howden, B Miller, N O’Halloran, D Will) New Zealand 4.
Day 2: Australia 11 (R Campbell, T Cleland, R Howden, B Miller 2, BJ Howden, D Lawrence, J Swift) Kazakhstan 7.
Day 3: Australia 15 (R Campbell 3, BJ Howden, R Howden, S McGregor, J Swift, B Edwards 2, B Miller, D Will) China 7.
Day 4: Australia 8 (B Miller 3, B Edwards, R Howden, S McGregor, N O’Halloran, D Young) Japan 6.

FINA World League, Asia/Oceania Round 2, Sydney, May 2011

Team: Mitchell Baird, Richard Campbell, Steven Cody, Joel Dennerley, Chris Dyson, Mitchell Emery, Trent Franklin, Rhys Howden, Tyler Martin, Billy Miller, Adam Polivka, Aiden Roach, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods, Carl Zvekan. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Chris Wybrow. Manager: Jon Harmer. Referee: Daniel Bartels.

Day 1: Australia 11 (R Howden, C Dyson, R Campbell 2, M Baird, B Miller, S Cody, G Woods, T Martin) Kazakhstan 5.
Day 2: Australia 22 (S Cody, M Baird 4, R Howden 3, C Dyson, G Woods, A Polivka, A Martin 2, A Roach, M Emery, T Whalan) New Zealand 3.
Day 3: Australia 12 (T Franklin 4, T Whalan 3, G Woods 2, B Miller, T Martin, C Dyson) Japan 10.
Day 4: Australia 9 (A Roach, R Campbell, R Howden, M Baird 2, T Whalan) China 5.

Final points: Australia 24, China 17, Japan 12, Kazakhstan 7, New Zealand 0.


European Tour, June 2011

Team: Mitch Baird, Richie Campbell, Tim Cleland, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Rob Maitland, Anthony Martin, Billy Miller, Luke Quinlivan, Aidan Roach, Joel Swift, Gavin Woods, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coaches: Simon Daley, Frank Otto. Manager: Jon Harmer. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

International Tournament, Pescara, Italy, June 2011

Day 1: Italy 11 Australia 3 (R Campbell, B Miller, A Roach).
Day 2: Croatia 11 Australia 9 (B Miller 3, A Roach, R Howden, J Swift, R Campbell, T Cleland, R Maitland).
Day 3: Germany 9 Australia 7 (R Campbell 3, R Maitland, A Martin 2).

Final placings: Croatia, Italy, Germany, Australia.

Friendly International, Kaposvar, Hungary, June 2011

Hungary 13 Australia 3 (J Cotterill, R Howden, A Younger).

FINA World League Super Final, Florence, Italy, June 2011

Day 1: Croatia 12 Australia 6 (B Miller 2, R Campbell, G Woods, R Howden, A Roach).
Day 2: Australia 13 (S McGregor 3, R Campbell, J Cotterill, G Woods 2, T Cleland, A Martin, J Swift, A Roach) Canada 8.
Day 3: Montenegro 8 Australia 5 (R Howden 2, M Baird, A Roach, A Younger) in penalty shootout. FT: 4-4.
Day 4: Italy 7 Australia 6 (B Miller 2, S McGregor, A Younger, A Martin, R Howden).
Day 5: Australia 14 (S McGregor 4, R Howden 3, R Campbell, J Cotterill 2, A Younger, R Maitland, A Martin) China 4.
Day 6: For 5th & 6th: Montenegro 8 Australia 7 (S McGregor, A Younger 2, R Campbell, R Howden, B Miller).

Final placings: Serbia, Italy, Croatia, USA, Montenegro, Australia, Canada, China.


FINA World Championships, Shanghai, China, July 2011:

Team: Mitchell Baird, Richie Campbell, Tim Cleland, Joel Dennerley, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Rob Maitland, Anthony Martin, Billy Miller, Luke Quinlivan, Aidan Roach, Gavin Woods, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coaches: Frank Otto, Paul Oberman. Manager: Jon Harmer. Doctor: Grace Bryant. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Day 2: Australia 9 (B Miller 3, A Roach, R Campbell 2, R Howden, A Younger) Romania 8.
Day 4: Australia 12 (A Younger, R Campbell 3, B Miller, A Martin 2, G Woods, S McGregor) China 7.
Day 6: Serbia 12 Australia 9 (R Maitland, B Miller, R Campbell 2, G Woods, A Younger, R Howden).
Group points: Serbia 6, Australia 4, Romania 2, China 0.
Day 8: Second round: Spain 9 Australia 8 (A Roach, R Howden, A Younger 2, RCampbell, A Martin).
Day 10: Round 9-12: Australia 15 (R Howden, S McGregor, A Martin 3, R Campbell 2, G Woods, M Baird, T Cleland, R Maitland) Japan 9.
Day 12: Classification 9th-10th: Australia 8 (A Younger 2, B Miller, T Cleland, A Roach, R Campbell, S McGregor, R Maitland) Canada 6.

Final placings: Italy, Serbia, Croatia, Hungary, Spain, USA, Montenegro, Germany, Australia, Canada, Japan, Romania, Kazakhstan, Brazil, China, South Africa.


STUDENTS

FISU World University Games, Shenzhen, China, August 2011

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Johnno Cotterill, Chris Dyson, John Hahn, Lachlan Hollis, Tyler Martin, Scott Nicholson, Nick O’Halloran, Luke Quinlivan, Aidan Roach, Joel Swift, James Woods, Daniel Young. Head Coach: Paul Oberman. Assistant Coach/Manager: Andrew Yanitsas. Referee: Nick Hodgers.

Day 1: Australia 11 (L Hollis, AJ Roach, D Young, J Beadsworth 2, J Cotterill, C Dyson, J Swift) Brazil 6.
Day 3: Russia 8 Australia 5 (J Woods, AJ Roach, D Young, J Cotterill, S Nicholson).
Day 7: Macedonia 13 Australia 12 (J Cotterill 4, J Woods, D Young 2, L Hollis, N O’Halloran, J Beadsworth, J Swift) in penalty shootout (FT: 7-7. ET: 9-9. Pens: 4-3).
Day 8: France 12 Australia 10 (J Cotterill 3, A Roach, D Young 2, L Hollis, J Beadsworth, J Swift).
Day 10: Australia 12 (J Woods, A Roach, J Beadsworth, J Swift 2, C Dyson, N O’Halloran, L Hollis, D Young) Brazil 6.
Day 11: Classification for 12th: Australia 25 (J Woods 4, A Roach, C Dyson, L Hollis, J Swift 3, S Nicholson, D Young, J Beadsworth, J Cotterill 2, N O’Halloran) Singapore 2.

Final placings: Serbia, Russia, Macedonia, USA, Japan, Spain, China, Italy, Hungary, France, Turkey, Australia, Brazil, Singapore.


JUNIOR MEN

Born ‘91

European Tour, August-September 2011

Team: James Clark, Jeremy Davie, Blake Edwards, James Fannon, George Ford, Matthew Giles, James Howden, Connor Martin, Sam Quinn, Adam Polivka, Nick Redbond, Paul Sindone, Edward Slade, Clayton Whittaker, Aaron Younger. Head Adam Richardson. Assistant Coach: David Swift. Manager: Garry Rydberg. Referee: Noel Harrod

Tri Series, Pescara, Italy, August 2011

Day 1: Australia 19 (B Edwards 5, P Sindone 4, N Redbond, C Whittaker, J Fannon 2, G Ford, M Giles, A Polivka, J Davie) Canada 3.
Day 2: Italy 8 Australia 4 (A Younger 3, J Davie).

Final placings: Italy, Australia, Canada.

FINA World Championships, Volos, Greece, August-September 2011

Team: James Clark, Jeremy Davie, Blake Edwards, James Fannon, George Ford, Matthew Giles, James Howden, Sam Quinn, Adam Polivka, Nick Redbond, Paul Sindone, Edward Slade, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: Adam Richardson. Assistant Coach: David Swift. Manager: Garry Rydberg. Referee: Noel Harrod.
Day 1: Australia 6 (A Younger, P Sindone 2, A Polivka, J Howden) Greece 6.
Day 2: Australia 12 (P Sindone, J Howden 3, A Younger, J Davie 2, A Polivka, B Edwards) Canada 1.
Day 3: Australia 10 (B Edwards, A Younger 3, J Davie, S Quinn, J Howden, M Giles) France 5.
Day 4: Australia 13 (A Polivka, P Sindone 3, J Fannon 2, S Quinn, A Younger, B Edwards, J Davie, N Redbond) Puerto Rico 4.
Day 5: Bye.

Final points: Greece 7, Australia 7, France 4, Canada 2, Puerto Rico 0.

Day 6: Second round: Australia 5 (P Sindone, G Ford, B Edwards, N Redbond, J Howden) USA 4.
Day 7: Quarterfinal: Australia 8 (P Sindone 2, A Polivka, G Ford, A Younger, B Edwards, S Quinn, J Howden) Italy 6.
Day 8: Semifinal: Spain 7 Australia 6 (A Younger, B Edwards 2, A Polivka, G Ford).
Day 9: Bronze medal: Greece 7 Australia 5 (A Younger, A Polivka, J Davie, P Sindone, J Howden).

Final placings: Serbia, Spain, Greece, Australia, Italy, Croatia, Montenegro, Hungary, USA, Iran, France, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Canada, Egypt, Uzbekistan, Mexico, South Africa, Kazakhstan, Kuwait.


Born ’94

European Tour, August 2011

Team: Luca Albano, Josh Barrington, James Broadley, Blake Buckley, Reed Cotterill, Will Dayman, Anthony Hrysanthos, Gordon Marshall, Matt Perrott, Matt Skinner, Lloyd Tarrant, Justin Trabinger, Davis Verboon, Alex Webb, Ciaran Wolohan.

Head Coach: Chris Wybrow. Manager: Michael Smith.

International Tournament, Novaky, Slovakia, August 2011

Day 1: Australia 10 (G Marshall, M Perrott 3, M Skinner 2, J Broadley, J Trabinger) Slovakia 7.
Day 2: Serbia 9 Australia 3 (G Marshall, M Perrott, R Cotterill).
Day 3: Hungary 14 Australia 8 (M Perrott 3, W Dayman 2, B Buckley, J Trabinger, L Tarrant).

Final placings: Hungary, Serbia, Australia, Slovakia.


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