National Teams & Results

2011 Australian Women’s Results

2011 AUSTRALIAN WOMEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

Senior Women

International Series with Italy, Perth, February 2011

Team: Zoe Arancini, Lea Barta, Gemma Beadsworth, Keesja Gofers, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Patrice O’Neill, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Ashleigh Southern, Nanda Stoltz, Kelsey Wakefield, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Peter Szilagyi. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Physiotherapist: Liz Steet. Psychologist: Kirsten Peterson. Referees: Andrew Carney, Daniel Flahive, Noel Harrod.

Test 1: Australia 13 (N Zagame 4, G Ralph 3, G Beadsworth, Z Arancini 2, H Lincoln-Smith, M Rippon) bt Italy 10
Test 2: Australia 11 (J Moran 3, N Zagame, G Ralph, G Beadsworth, Z Arancini, P O’Neill, R Rippon, A Southern, K Gofers) bt Italy 11
Test 3: Australia 16 (P O’Neill 3, N Zagame 2, G Ralph, G Beadsworth, Z Arancini 2, J Moran, R Rippon, A Southern, K Gynther, M Rippon) Italy 7
Test 4: Australia 13 (A Southern, K Gynther 3, J Moran, N Zagame 2, P O’Neill, N Stoltz, H Lincoln-Smith) bt Italy 9
Test 5: Australia 10 (N Zagame, P O’Neill 3, J Moran, H Lincoln-Smith, M Rippon, G Ralph) bt Italy


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

Team: Lea Barta, Gemma Beadsworth, Bronwen Knox, Kate Gynther, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Sophie Smith, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Greig Richardson. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Physiotherapist: Andrea Mosler. Referee: Nicola Johnson.

Day 1: Australia 16 (K Gynther 4, G Beadsworth, R Webster 3, S Smith, B Knox, N Zagame 2) bt New Zealand 5
Day 2: Australia 16 (B Knox, N Zagame 3, G Beadsworth, R Rippon, J Moran 2, S Smith, K Gynther, H Lincoln-Smith, M Rippon) bt Japan 3
Day 3: Australia 11 (N Zagame 3, B Knox, K Gynther 2, R Rippon, J Moran, K Gofers, H Lincoln-Smith) bt China 10


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

Team: Lea Barta, Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Keesja Gofers, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Jane Moran, Patrice O’Neill, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Sophie Smith, Nanda Stoltz, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coach: Ryan Moar. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Referees: Daniel Bartels, Nicola Johnson.

Day 1: Bye.
Day 2: Australia 14 (R Rippon, R Webster, B Knox 3, H Lincoln-Smith, N Stoltz, K Gofers, M Rippon, N Zagame) bt Australia 20 & Under 6 (H Buckling, E Scott, E-J Grahame, E Browne, Z Arancini, I Bishop)
Day 3: Australia 14 (N Zagame 4, H Lincoln-Smith, B Knox 3, R Webster 2, P O’Neill, S Smith) bt Japan 5
Day 4: Australia 10 (R Webster 4, N Zagame, B Knox 2, M Rippon, H Lincoln-Smith) bt New Zealand 6
Day 5: Australia 9 (B Knox 3, S Smith, H Lincoln-Smith 2, N Zagame, R Webster) bt China 7

Final points: Australia 18, China 12, Japan 3, New Zealand 3.


European Tour, June 2011

Team: Alicia McCormack, Gemma Beadsworth, Keesja Gofers, Kate Gynther, Sophie Smith, Rebecca Rippon, Jane Moran, Bronwen Knox, Rowena Webster, Ashleigh Southern, Glencora Ralph, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Zoe Arancini, Nicola Zagame, Kelsey Wakefield. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Aleks Osadchuk, Peter Szilagyi. Manager: Jenny Liessmann. Physiotherapist: James Trotter. Referee: Noel Harrod.

Kirishi Cup, Kirishi, Russia, June 2011

Day 1: Australia 7 (N Zagame, R Webster, G Beadsworth 2, B Knox) bt USA 7
Day 2: Australia 14 (K Gynther 4, A Southern 3, G Beadsworth 2, B Knox, N Zagame, R Webster, H Lincoln-Smith, Z Arancini) bt Greece 11
Day 3: Russia 19 bt Australia 10 (R Webster 3, K Gynther 2, G Beadsworth, K Gofers, B Knox, G Ralph, N Zagame)
Day 4: Australia 15 (K Gynther 5, B Knox 4, A Southern 3, R Rippon, R Webster, G Ralph) bt Hungary 15
Day 5: Australia 16 (A Southern 5, H Lincoln-Smith 3, N Zagame 2, G Beadsworth, K Gynther, B Knox, R Rippon, Z Arancini, G Ralph) bt Kazakhstan 7

Final placings: Russia, Australia, Greece, USA, Hungary, Kazakhstan


Friendly International, Ostia, Italy, June 2011

Australia 11 (K Gynther, G Beadsworth, B Knox, N Zagame 2, J Moran, Z Arancini, A Southern) bt Italy 10


FINA World League Super Final, Tianjin, China, June 2011

Team: Zoe Arancini, Gemma Beadsworth, Keisha Gofers, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Rebecca Rippon, Sophie Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Kelsey Wakefield, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Aleks Osadchuk, Peter Szilagyi. Manager: Jenny Liessmann. Physiotherapist: James Trotter. Referee: Noel Harrod.

Day 1: Australia 14 (K Gynther 4, B Knox, A Southern 3, G Beadsworth 2, G Ralph, N Zagame) bt Spain 6
Day 2: Australia 10 (N Zagame 3, G Beadsworth 2, R Rippon, B Knox, K Gynther, G Ralph, K Gofers) bt Canada 8
Day 3: Russia 12 bt Australia 9 (B Knox, H Lincoln-Smith 3, K Gynther 2, G Ralph)
Day 4: Australia 10 (R Webster 3, H Lincoln-Smith, A Southern 2, R Rippon, B Knox, G Ralph) bt Greece 8
Day 5: USA 8 bt Australia 7 (G Beadsworth, B Knox 2, H Lincoln-Smith, N Zagame, K Gynther)
Day 6: Bronze medal: Australia 7 (G Beadsworth, A Southern 2, K Gynther, R Rippon, R Webster) bt China 5

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


International Tournament, Perth, July 2011

Team: Gemma Beadsworth Victoria Brown, Alicia McCormack, Bronwen Knox, Keesja Gofers, Kate Gynther, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Sophie Smith, RowenaWebster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Greig Richardson, Ryan Moar, Dalibor Maslan. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Physiotherapist: Liz Steet. Psychologist: Kirsten Peterson. Referee: Megan Varlow.

Day 2: Australia 12 (R Webster 3, B Knox 2, G Beadsworth, S Smith, J Moran, K Gynther, K Gofers, M Rippon, N Zagame) bt. Australian 20&U 3 (G Venosta, EJ Graham, Z Arancini)
Day 3: Australia 18 (R Webster, G Ralph 4, J Moran 3, K Gynther, N Zagame 2, G Beadsworth, S Smith, H Lincoln-Smith) bt New Zealand 5
Day 4: Australia 14 (N Zagame 4, H Lincoln-Smith 3, K Gynther 2, S Smith, R Webster, G Beadsworth, R Rippon, J Moran) bt Hungary 9
Day 6: Australia 9 (R Webster, K Gynther 3, S Smith, R Rippon, G Ralph) bt Greece 9


FINA World Championships, Shanghai, China, July 2011

Team: Gemma Beadsworth Victoria Brown, Alicia McCormack, Bronwen Knox, Kate Gynther, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Sophie Smith, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Greig Richardson, Ryan Moar, Dalibor Maslan. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Physiotherapist: Liz Steet. Doctor: Grace Bryant. Psychologist: Kirsten Peterson. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Day 1: Canada 10 bt Australia 7 (R Webster 2, G Beadsworth, M Rippon, B Knox, K Gynther, G Ralph)
Day 3: Australia 12 (G Ralph 3, H Lincoln-Smith 2, N Zagame, J Moran, K Gynther, G Beadsworth, R Webster, B Knox, M Rippon) bt New Zealand 4
Day 5: Australia 27 (G Beadsworth, R Webster 4, K Gynther, B Knox, R Rippon 3, N Zagame, M Rippon, S Smith, H Lincoln-Smith 2, J Moran, G Ralph) bt Uzbekistan 2

Group points: Canada 6, Australia 4, New Zealand 2, Uzbekistan 0.

Day 7: Second round: Australia 10 (R Webster 4, K Gynther, G Beadsworth 2, G Ralph, N Zagame) bt Hungary 9
Day 9: Quarterfinals: Italy 14 bt Australia 12 (R Webster, B Knox, G Beadsworth, G Ralph 2, M Rippon, N Zagame, R Rippon, K Gynther) in penalty shootout. (FT:8-8. ET: 9-9. Pens: 5-3)
Day 11: Round 5-8 semifinal: Australia 12 (B Knox 4, M Rippon, N Zagame 2, K Gynther, G Ralph, G Beadsworth, R Webster) bt Netherlands 7
Day 13: Classification 5th-6th: Australia 10 (B Knox 4, G Ralph 2, G Beadsworth, K Gynther, R Webster, N Zagame) bt USA 5

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


Student Women

World University Games Tour, August 2011

Team:Lea Barta, Alicia Brightwell, Georgia Clarke, Keesja Gofers, Jana Liessmann, Jess Martin, Maddie Morrison, Ebony Neesham, Patrice O’Neill (Perth only), Sophie Ricketts, Victoria Risby, Nanda Stoltz, Joanne Whitehorn, Gabby Wikman. Head Coach: Eddie Denis. Manager: Jenny Liessmann. Referee: Daniel Bartels.

Friendly Tournament, Perth, July 2011

Game 1: Australian 20&U 10 bt Australian Universities 4 (J Whitehorn, M Morrison, G Clarke, S Ricketts).
Game 2: Australian 20&U 13 bt Australian Universities 10 (P O’Neill 3, A Brightwell, J Martin 2, N Stoltz, G Wikman, E Neesham)
Game 3: Australian 20&U 12 bt Australian Universities 11 (A Brightwell, G Clarke 3, N Stoltz 2, P O’Neill, J Whitehorn, J Martin)
Game 4: Australian 20&U 10 bt Australian Universities 8 (G Wikman, J Liessmann 2, A Brightwell, N Stoltz, K Gofers, G Clarke)
Game 5: Australian 20&U 9 bt Australian Universities 8 (A Brightwell, K Gofers, N Stoltz, J Whitehorn, G Wikman)
Game 6: Australian Universities 7 (A Brightwell 2, K Gofers 2, N Stoltz 2, J Whitehorn) bt Australian 20&U 4


FISU World University Games, Shenzhen, China, August 2011

Day 2: USA 8 bt Australia 6 (A Brightwell 4, G Clarke)
Day 3: Russia 9 bt Australia 4 (G Wikman 3, A Brightwell)
Day 5: Australia 15 (A Brightwell 5, J Whitehorn, K Gofers 3, G Clarke 2, J Liessmann, G Wikman) bt France 6
Day 6: Australia 9 (G Wikman 3, J Whitehorn 2, A Brightwell, K Gofers, G Clarke, J Liessmann) bt Mexico 9
Day 8: Quarterfinal: Italy 4 bt Australia 3 (K Gofers 2, G Wikman)
Day 9: Australia 11 (K Gofers 4, J Whitehorn 3, G Clarke 2, G Wikman, N Stoltz) bt Great Britain 6
Day 10: Classification 5th & 6th: Australia 11 (J Whitehorn 3, A Brightwell, J Martin 2, G Wikman, N Stoltz, E Neesham, S Ricketts) bt Canada 6

Final placings: China, USA, Russia, Italy, Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Mexico, France.


Junior Women

European Tour Born ’91August-September 2011

Team: Jayde Appel, Zoe Arancini, Isobel Bishop, Eliesha Browne, Hannah Buckling, Michaela Davies, Emma Jo Grahame, Olivia King, Madison Schmid, Emily Scott, Ashleigh Southern, Genevieve Venosta, Kelsey Wakefield. Head Coach: Peter Szilagyi. Assistant Coach: Tibor Seress. Manager: Charlene Sommerville.

Eger Cup, Eger, Hungary, August 2011

Day 1: Hungary 10 bt Australia 9 (H Buckling, A Southern, M Schmid 2, G Venosta, Z Arancini, O King)
Day 2: Australia 23 (A Southern, J Appel 4, I Bishop, E Grahame, Z Arancini 3, O King 2, M Schmid, G Venosta, E Browne, E Scott) bt University Szeged 9
Day 3: Australia 17 (Z Arancini, G Venosta 4, A Southern, H Buckling, J Appel 2, E Grahame, O King, M Schmid) bt Budapesti Vasutas Sport Club 9


International Friendlies, Hungary, August 2011

Day 1: Australia 11 (A Southern 4, G Venosta 2, H Buckling, J Appel, M Schmid, E Browne, E Scott) bt Hungary 9
Day 2: Australia 21 (A Southern 6, Z Arancini 4, I Bishop 3, G Venosta, H Buckling, E Scott, E Browne, EJ Graham) bt Netherlands 10


International Friendly, Nieuwegein, Netherlands, August 2011

Australia 16 (A Southern 6, G Venosta, J Appel 3, E Browne, EJ Grahame 2) bt Canada 14


International Friendly, Ede, Netherlands, September 2011

Netherlands 12 bt Australia 10 (Z Arancini 3, A Southern 2, G Venosta, H Buckling, EJ Grahame, J Appel, M Schmid)


FINA World Championships, Trieste, Italy, September 2011

Day 1: Australia 9 (A Southern 3, Z Arancini 2, G Venosta, M Schmid, EJ Grahame, J Appel) bt Hungary 9
Day 2:  Australia 32 (EJ Grahame 8, I Bishop 6, Z Arancini 4, A Southern, J Appel, E Scott 3, E Browne, M Schmidt 2, H Buckling) bt Mexico 3
Day 3: Australia 18 (Z Arancini, A Southern 3, E Grahame, E Scott, H Buckling, G Venosta 2, O King, I Bishop, J Appel, E Browne) bt China 7

Final points: Group A: Hungary 5, Australia 5, China 2, Mexico 0.

Day 4: Second round: Australia 17 (Z Arancini 5, G Venosta 3, I Bishop, EJ Grahame, E Browne 2, E Scott, H Buckling, O King) bt. Uzbekistan 5
Day 5: Quarterfinal: Australia 10 (J Appel 3, Z Arancini, M Schmidt 2, A Southern, E Scott, I Bishop) bt Greece 5
Day 6: Semifinal: Spain 8 bt Australia 7 (Z Arancini 3, A Southern 2, G Venosta, I Bishop)
Day 7: Bronze medal: Australia 10 (E Scott 3, J Appel, M Schmid 2, Z Arancini, A Southern, H Buckling) bt Russia 2

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


Youth Girls

European Tour Born ’94, September 2011

Team: Chloe Barr, Stephanie Calaizis, Megan du Toit, Stephanie El-Safty, Savannah Forth, Millie Martino, Ainsley Masek, Montana Perkins, Madeline Quinn, Mercedes Ralph, Kassia Ralston, Emma Swete Kelly, Belinda Symons, Lucinda Swan, Jessica Zimmerman. Head Coach: Aleks Osadchuk. Manager: Jenny MacGregor. Referee: Andrew Carney.

Pythia Cup, Itea, Greece, August 2011

Day 1: Hungary 12 bt Australia 2 (S Forth, M Martino)
Day 2: Greece 15 bt Australia 9 (B Symons 2, J Zimmerman, E Swete Kelly, L Swan, M du Toit, C Barr, S El Safty, M Perkins)
Day 3: Italy 11 bt Australia 9 (C Barr 3, M du Toit, K Ralston 2, J Zimmerman, S El Safty)
Day 4: Australia 7 (S Forth, M du Toit 2, J Zimmerman, C Barr, M Perkins) bt Netherlands 6

Final points: Greece 10, Hungary 8, Spain 6, Italy 4, Australia 2, Netherlands 0


International Series, Dunjauvaros, Hungary, August 2011

Day 1: Hungary 8 bt Australia 7 (C Barr 3, B Symons, M Quinn, M Ralph, M Perkins)
Day 2: Australia 11 (M Ralph 4, C Barr 2, S Forth, E Swete Kelly, M du Toit, S El Safty, L Swan) bt Great Britain 8


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