National Teams & Results

2012 Australian Men’s Results

2012 AUSTRALIAN MEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

SENIOR MEN

Exhibition Series with USA, Sydney, Australia, January 2012

Team: Samuele Avallone, Mitch Baird, Jamie Beadsworth, Richie Campbell, James Clark, Tim Cleland, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, John Hahn, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Rob Maitland, Anthony Martin, Billy Miller, Aidan Roach, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Frank Otto. Manager: Garry Rydberg. Physiotherapist: Ian Gard. Referee: Danny Flahive.

Match 1: Australia 10 (S McGregor 2, M Baird, J Cotterill, T Whalan, B Miller, R Howden, R Maitland, R Campbell) USA 7.
Match 2: Australia 8 (A Younger 2, R Campbell, S Avallone, J Cotterill, T Cleland, R Howden, B Miller) USA 5.
Match 3: Australia 11 (R Campbell 3, S McGregor, R Maitland 2, AJ Roach, G Woods, A Younger, J Beadsworth) USA 8.
Australia wins series 3-0.


Pan Pacific Championships, Melbourne, Australia, January 2012

Team: Samuele Avallone, Jamie Beadsworth, Richie Campbell, James Clark, Tim Cleland, Joel Dennerley, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Anthony Martin, Billy Miller, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Frank Otto. Manager: Garry Rydberg. Physiotherapist: Ian Gard. Referee: Danny Flahive.

Day 1: Australia 8 (S McGregor, R Howden, B Miller 2, J Beadsworth, A Martin) Japan 4.
Day 2: Australia 17 (G Woods 3, R Howden, S McGregor, B Miller, R Campbell, T Cleland 2, T Whalan, A Martin, A Younger, J Beadsworth) Brazil 5.
Day 3: Australia 14 (S McGregor 4, J Beadsworth 3, T Cleland 2, S Avallone, A Martin, R Campbell, T Whalan, A Younger) Barbarians 5.
Day 4: Australia 6 (R Howden 2, S Avallone, S McGregor, A Younger, R Campbell) USA 6.
Day 5: Australia 13 (S McGregor, R Campbell 3, A Martin, R Howden 2, T Whalan, B Miller, S Avallone) China 3.
Day 6: Australia 20 (A Younger 4, S Avallone, G Woods, B Miller, S McGregor, T Whalan, A Martin, T Cleland 2, R Howden, J Beadsworth) New Zealand 3.
Day 7: Gold medal: USA 11 Australia 10 (R Campbell, T Whalan, A Younger 2, S McGregor, T Cleland, R Howden, J Beadsworth) in extra time (FT: 9-9).

Final placings: USA, Australia, China, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand.


FINA World League Asia-Oceania Preliminary Round 1, Shanghai, China, May 2012

Team: Samuele Avallone, Mitch Baird, Jamie Beadsworth, Richie Campbell, James Clark, Tim Cleland, Johnno Cotterill, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Anthony Martin, Billy Miller, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Paul Oberman. Manager Garry Rydberg. Physiotherapist: Adam Smith.

Day 1: Australia 14 (R Campbell 4, A Martin 3, J Cotterill, T Whalan, R Howden 2, S McGregor) China 1.
Day 2: Australia 14 (J Cotterill 3, S McGregor, T Cleland, B Miller 2, R Campbell, J Beadsworth, A Martin, R Howden, T Whalan) Japan 7.
Day 3: Australia 10 (R Howden, J Beadsworth, J Cotterill 2, S McGregor, M Baird, T Cleland, R Campbell) Kazakhstan 5.


FINA World League Asia-Oceania Preliminary Round 2, Chiba, Japan, May 2012

Team: Samuele Avallone, Mitch Baird, Jamie Beadsworth, Richie Campbell, Tim Cleland, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Anthony Martin, Billy Miller, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Paul Oberman. Manager Garry Rydberg. Physiotherapist: Adam Smith.

Day 1: Australia 10 (A Martin 4, R Howden, S McGregor 2, J Cotterill, T Whalan) Japan 4.
Day 2: Australia 15 (R Campbell 5, R Howden 3, A Martin, J Cotterill 2, S McGregor, J Beadsworth, S Avallone) Kazakhstan 3.
Day 3: Australia 17 (B Miller 4, T Whalan 3, R Campbell, S McGregor 2, J Beadsworth, S Avallone, T Cleland, M Baird, G Woods, J Cotterill) China 5.

Final points and finish order: Australia 18, China 9, Japan 9, Kazakhstan 6


Cosenza Trophy, Cosenza, Italy, June 2012

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Richie Campbell, James Clark, Tim Cleland, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Billy Miller, Aidan Roach, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Frank Otto. Manager: Jon Harmer. Physiotherapist: Ian Gard.

Day 1: Italy 8 Australia 3 (R Campbell, J Beadsworth, T Whalan).
Day 2: Australia 4 (J Beadsworth, S McGregor, R Campbell, T Whalan) Greece 4.
Day 3: Montenegro 14 Australia 9 (T Cleland 2, B Miller, R Howden, S McGregor, A Roach, T Whalan, G Woods).
Day 4: Australia 10 (R Howden 3, A Younger 2, R Campbell, T Cleland, S McGregor, A Roach, G Woods) Kazakhstan 6.
Day 5: Australia 7 (R Campbell, J Cotterill 2, T Cleland, S McGregor, B Miller ) Canada 5.

Final placings: Montenegro, Hungary, Italy, Serbia, Australia, Canada, Greece, Kazakhstan.


FINA World League Super Final, Almaty, Kazakhstan, June 2012

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Richie Campbell, James Clark, Tim Cleland, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Robert Maitland, Anthony Martin, Billy Miller, Aidan Roach, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coach: Paul Oberman. Manager: Garry Rydberg. Physiotherapist: Adam Smith.

Day 1: Croatia 11 Australia 10 (B Miller 3, R Campbell, J Beadsworth 2, T Cleland, S McGregor, J Cotterill, T Whalan).
Day 2: Australia 13 (AJ Roach, A Martin 3, T Whalan 2, J Cotterill, R Maitland, T Cleland, S McGregor, A Younger) Brazil 6.
Day 3: Spain 8 Australia 7 (T Whalan 3, A Roach, S McGregor, J Beadsworth, R Campbell).
Day 4: Quarterfinal: USA 7 Australia 5 (R Campbell 2, J Beadsworth, A Roach, T Cleland).
Day 5: 5-8 semifinal: Kazakhstan 7 Australia 6 (J Cotterill, T Whalan 2, R Campbell, W Miller).
Day 6: 7-8 place: Australia 13 (J Cotterill 3, A Martin, T Whalan, W Miller 2, R Campbell, T Cleland, G Woods, A Younger) Brazil 2.

Final placings: Croatia, Spain, Italy, USA, Kazakhstan, China, Australia, Brazil.


Vodafone Cup, Budapest, Hungary, July 2012

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Richie Campbell, James Clark, Tim Cleland, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Billy Miller, Aidan Roach, Joel Swift, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Frank Otto. Manager: Jon Harmer. Physiotherapist: Ian Gard.

Day 1: Australia 10 (R Campbell 4, R Howden, J Swift 2, S McGregor, A Younger) Italy 9.
Day 2: Australia 7 (R Campbell, A Roach 2, J Beadsworth, S McGregor, J Cotterill) Spain 7.
Day 3: Hungary 8 Australia 4 (A Roach, J Beadsworth, S McGregor, A Younger).

Final placings: Hungary, Australia, Spain, Italy.


Olympic Games, London, England, July-August 2012

Team: Jamie Beadsworth, Richie Campbell, James Clark, Tim Cleland, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Rhys Howden, Sam McGregor, Billy Miller, Aidan Roach, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: John Fox. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Frank Otto. Manager: Jon Harmer. Physiotherapist: Ian Gard.

Day 1: Italy 8 Australia 5 (T Cleland, R Campbell, R Howden, A Roach, J Cotterill).
Day 3: Australia 7 (R Howden 2, S McGregor, J Beadsworth, G Woods, A Roach, T Cleland) Kazakhstan 4.
Day 5: Spain 13 Australia 9 (B Miller 5, R Howden, J Beadsworth, G Woods, A Roach).
Day 7: Croatia 11 Australia 6 (T Whalan 3, G Woods, S McGregor, J Cotterill).
Day 9: Australia 13 (R Howden 3, R Campbell, J Beadsworth, B Miller 2, T Cleland, G Woods, A Younger, T Whalan) Greece 8.
Group points: Croatia 10, Italy 7, Spain 6, Australia 4, Greece 3, Kazakhstan 0.
Day 11: Quarterfinal: Serbia 11 Australia 8 (R Campbell, J Beadsworth 2, R Howden, T Whalan, B Miller, T Cleland).
Day 13: Round 5-8 semifinal: Hungary 10 Australia 9 (S McGregor, T Whalan, B Miller 2, R Howden, T Cleland, A Younger).
Day 15: Play-off 7th & 8th: Australia 10 (B Miller, R Campbell 3, T Whalan, G Woods, R Howden, J Beadsworth) USA 9.

Final placings: Croatia, Italy, Serbia, Montenegro, Hungary, Spain, Australia, USA, Greece, Romania, Kazakhstan, Great Britain.


JUNIOR MEN

Born ’93

European Tour, July-August 2012

Team: Gabriel Addley, Connor Arnold, William Dayman, Lachlan Edwards, Daniel Egan, George Ford, Stewart Greenbank, Matthew Hannan, Anthony Hrysanthos, Matthew Perrot, Nathan Power, Tyler Sinclair, Callum Smith, Fraser Smith. Coach: Duncan Greenbank. Manager: Garry Rydberg. Referee: Gabor Boros.

Acireale Memorial Tournament, Catania, Italy, July 2012

Day 1: Serbia 15 Australia 6 (D Egan 2, G Ford, N Power, C Smith, L Edwards).
Day 2: Italy 12 Australia 5 (D Egan, G Ford, N Power, W Dayman, L Edwards), Montenegro 10 Australia 7 (D Egan 3, L Edwards 2, M Hannan, N Power).
Day 3: Croatia 12 Australia 4 (M Hannan, G Ford, M Perrot, L Edwards), Greece 11 Australia 7 (M Perrot 3, M Hannan, G Ford, C Arnold, C Smith).
Day 4: 7th & 8th: Australia 5 (N Power 2, G Ford, D Egan, L Edwards) Montenegro 3.
Final placings: Hungary, Croatia, USA, Serbia, Italy, Greece, Australia, Montenegro.

Hamburg Cup, Hamburg, Germany, August 2012

Day 1: Slovakia 12 Australia 8 (G Ford 3, M Perrot 2, M Hannan, L Edwards, C Smith).
Day 2: Australia 8 (C Smith 2, G Ford, N Power, M Hannan, L Edwards, S Greenbank, T Sinclair) Turkey 7.
Day 3: Germany 8 Australia 6 (D Egan 3, M Hannan 2, S Greenbank).

Final placings: Slovakia, Germany, Australia, Turkey.
Goalkeeper of the tournament: Anthony Hrysanthos (AUS).

Vikelas Cup, Syros, Greece, August 2012

Day 1: Greece 12 Australia 3 (D Egan, M Hannan, C Smith).
Day 2: Australia 9 (N Power 2, G Ford, M Perrot, D Egan, M Hannan, C Smith, C Arnold, L Edwards) Serbia 7, Hungary 7 Australia 4 (T Sinclair 2, N Power, M Perrot).
Day 3: Italy 11 Australia 5 (M Perrot, C Smith 2, C Arnold).

Final placings: Hungary, Italy, Serbia, Greece, Australia.
Goalkeeper of the tournament: Anthony Hrysanthos (AUS).


Born 94

FINA World Youth Championships, Perth, Australia, December 2012

Team: Blake Buckley, Sam Cocokios, Reed Cotterill, Lachlan Edwards, Anthony Hrysanthos, Gordon Marshall, William MacKay, Luke Pavillard, Matt Perrott, Matthew Skinner, Callum Smith, Justin Trabinger, Davis Verboon, Ciaran Wolohan. Head Coach: Chris Wybrow. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, David Swift. Manager: Michael Smith. Referee: Daniel Bartels.

Day 1: Croatia 8 Australia 6 (M Skinner, L Edwards, J Trabinger, D Verboon, L Pavillard, W Mackay).
Day 2: Bye
Day 3: Australia 15 (G Marshall 7, W Mackay, J Trabinger 2, B Buckley, D Verboon, M Skinner, R Cotterill) South Africa 4.
Day 4: Australia 10 (R Cotterill 3, W Mackay 2, M Skinner, L Edwards, M Perrott, C Wolohan, L Pavillard) New Zealand 6.
Day 5: Australia 15 (C Wolohan, L Pavillard 3, G Marshall, B Buckley, W Mackay, R Cotterill 2, M Perrott) Colombia 2.
Final group points: Croatia 8, Australia 6, New Zealand 4, Colombia 2, South Africa 0.
Day 6: Second round: Australia 21 (M Perrot 6, R Cotterill 3, J Trabinger 3, L Pavillard 2, M Skinner 2, B Buckley, W Mackay, D Verboon, G Marshall, C Wolohan) Iran 2.
Day 7: Quarterfinal: Hungary 14 Australia 7 (L Pavillard 3, B Buckley, M Perrott, J Trabinger, C Wolohan).
Day 8: Greece 10 Australia 9 (R Cotterill 3, G Marshall, M Skinner, C Wolohan, L Pavillard, B Buckley, M Perrott) in extra time. (FT: 9-9).
Day 9: For 7 & 8 place: Australia 5 (G Marshall 2, C Wolohan, M Perrott, B Buckley) USA 4.

Final Placings: Italy, Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Greece, Romania, Australia, United States of America, Brazil, New Zealand, Canada, Iran, Uzbekistan, Egypt, Colombia, Kazakhstan, South Africa, Trinidad & Tobago, Peru.


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