National Teams & Results

2012 Australian Women’s Results

2012 AUSTRALIAN WOMEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

Senior Women

International Series, Melbourne, January 2012

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Isobel Bishop, Hannah Buckling, Bronwen Knox, Rowena Webster, Kate Gynther, Alicia McCormack, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Sophie Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Kelsey Wakefield, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Ryan Moar, Dalibor Maslan. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Referees: Andrew Carney, Megan Varlow.

Match 1: Australia 15 (K Gynther 4, G Ralph, R Rippon 3, R Webster 2, I Bishop, N Zagame, S Smith) bt Canada 9
Match 2: Australia 10 (G Ralph, K Gynther, A Southern 2, R Webster, B Knox, I Bishop, G Beadsworth) bt Canada 7

Australia wins series 2-0.


Pan Pacific Championships, Melbourne, Australia, January 2012

Team: Lea Barta, Gemma Beadsworth, Isobel Bishop, Hannah Buckling, Bronwen Knox, Rowena Webster, Kate Gynther, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Sophie Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Kelsey Wakefield, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Ryan Moar, Dalibor Maslan. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Referees: Gabor Boros, Megan Varlow.

Day 2: Australia 18 (M Rippon, R Webster 4, N Zagame 3, B Knox, H Buckling 2, G Ralph, R Rippon, A Southern) bt Brazil 2
Day 3: Australia 9 (K Gynther, G Ralph, N Zagame 2, I Bishop, R Webster, H Buckling) bt Canada 7
Day 4: Australia 8 (G Beadsworth 3, R Webster 2, H Buckling, A Southern, K Gynther) bt USA 7
Day 5: Australia 8 (A Southern, G Beadsworth 2, R Rippon, G Ralph, K Gynther, H Buckling) bt Barbarians 3
Day 6: Australia 8 (A Southern, N Zagame, G Ralph 2, I Bishop, K Gynther) China 7.
Day 7: Gold Medal: Australia 7 (R Webster 2, G Beadsworth, I Bishop, K Gynther, N Zagame, M Rippon) bt USA 4

Final placings: Australia, USA, Canada, China, Brazil


International Series, Sydney, January 2012

Team: Lea Barta, Gemma Beadsworth, Bronwen Knox, Rowena Webster, Kate Gynther, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Sophie Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Nicola Zagame. HeadCoach: Greg McFadden. AssistantCoaches: Ryan Moar, Dalibor Maslan. Manager: Jenny Liessmann.

Match 1: USA 13 bt Australia 12 (R Webster 4, K Gynther 3, N Zagame 2, J Moran, A Southern, H Lincoln-Smith).
Match 2: Australia 11 (K Gynther 3, N Zagame, A Southern 2, M Rippon, S Smith, R Webster, B Knox) bt USA 6
Match 3: Australia 12 (S Southern 4, N Zagame, H Lincoln-Smith 2, J Moran, R Webster, B Knox, K Gynther) bt USA 7

Australia wins series 2-1


International Series, Canberra, February 2012

Team: Zoe Arancini, Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Hannah Buckling, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Holly-Lincoln Smith, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Sophie Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Kelsey Wakefield, Rowie Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Ryan Moar, Dalibor Maslan. Managers: Lynne Morrison, Jenny Liessmann.

Game 1: Australia 13 (A Southern 4, R Webster, B Knox 3, G Beadsworth, M Rippon, H Lincoln-Smith) bt Great Britain 5
Game 2: Australia 14 (H Buckling, M Rippon 3, B Knox, G Beadsworth 2, K Gynther , Z Arancini, G Ralph) bt Great Britain 4
Game 3: Australia 15 (J Moran, R Webster, N Zagame 3, H Lincoln-Smith 2, G Beadsworth, H Buckling, M Rippon, S Smith) bt Great Britain 6

Australia wins series 3-0


Visa International Olympic Test Event, London, England, May, 2012

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Sophie Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Dalibor Maslan, Ryan Moar. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Physiotherapist: Liz Steet.

Day 1: Australia 10 (R Webster 4, K Gynther 3, N Zagame 2, S Smith) bt Great Britain 4
Day 2: USA 10 bt Australia 9 (A Southern 5, R Webster 2, B Knox, M Rippon)
Day 3: Australia 17 (A Southern, K Gynther 4, S Smith 3, H Lincoln-Smith, R Webster 2, J Moran, M Rippon) bt Hungary 12
Day 4: Final: Australia 6 (N Zagame 2, A Southern, B Knox, K Gynther, H Lincoln-Smith) bt USA 5

Final placings: Australia, USA, Hungary, Great Britain


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

Team: Zoe Arancini, Chloe Barr, Emily Benson, Isobel Bishop, Hannah Buckling, Georgia Clarke, Maddie Coburn, Bronte Colenso, Olivia King, Jess Martin, Maddie Schmidt, Kelsey Wakefield, Gaby Wikman. Head Coach: Peter Szilagyi. Manager: Jenny Liessmann.

Day 1: China 14 bt Australia 4 (I Bishop, G Wikman, M Coburn, E Benson).
Day 2: Australia 11 (I Bishop, J Martin, Z Arancini 2, H Buckling, G Wikman, E Benson, O King, G Clarke) bt China B 4
Day 3: Australia 12 (J Martin 4, I Bishop 2, B Colenso, G Clarke, Z Arancini, O King, E Benson) bt Japan 6


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

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Sophie Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Dalibor Maslan, Ryan Moar. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Physiotherapist: Liz Steet.

Day 1: Australia 11 (G Beadsworth, R Webster, A Southern, N Zagame 2, S Smith, H Lincoln-Smith, M Rippon) bt China 10
Day 2: Australia 18 (A Southern 4, N Zagame, B Knox 3, H Lincoln-Smith, S Smith 2, G Beadsworth, JMoran, G Ralph, M Rippon) Japan 2

Final points: Australia 6 , China 6, Japan 3.


FINA World League Super Finals, Changshu, China, May-June 2012

Team: Zoe Arancini, Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Kate Gynther, BronwenKnox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Sophie Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Dalibor Maslan, Ryan Moar. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Physiotherapist: Liz Steet.

Day 1: Australia 20 (G Beadsworth, S Smith, R Webster, K Gynther, N Zagame 3, Z Arancini, J Moran, B Knox, G Ralph, A Southern) bt Canada 4
Day 2: Australia 12 (S Smith, K Gynther 3, G Beadsworth, B Knox, R Webster, A Southern, Z Arancini, N Zagame) bt Italy 2
Day 3: Australia 9 (R Webster, G Ralph, N Zagame 2, G Beadsworth, J Moran, K Gynther) bt Russia 7
Day 4: Quarter-final: Australia 18 (N Zagame, M Rippon 3, G Beadsworth, H Lincoln-Smith, R Webster, K Gynther, G Ralph 2, S Smith, J Moran) bt Germany 0
Day 5: Semifinal: Australia 8 (K Gynther 4, Z Arancini, B Knox, G Ralph, H Lincoln-Smith) bt China 7
Day 6: Final: USA 6 bt Australia 4 (B Knox, G Ralph, G Beadsworth, S Smith)

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


Olympic Games, London, England, July-August 2012

Team: Gemma Beadsworth, Victoria Brown, Kate Gynther, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Alicia McCormack, Jane Moran, Glencora Ralph, Melissa Rippon, Sophie Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Rowena Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach:Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Dalibor Maslan, Ryan Moar. Manager: LynneMorrison. Physiotherapist: Liz Steet.

Day 2: Australia 10 (K Gynther 3, N Zagame 2, G Ralph, R Webster, A Southern, H Lincoln-Smith, B Knox) bt Italy 8
Day 4: Australia 16 (R Webster 5, A Southern 3, G Beadsworth, K Gynther 2, G Ralph, S Smith, B Knox, N Zagame) bt Great Britain 3
Day 6: Australia 11 (N Zagame 4, B Knox, K Gynther 2, G Beadsworth, J Moran, R Webster) bt Russia 8

Group points: Australia 6, Russia 4, Italy 2, Great Britain 0.

Day 8: Quarterfinal: Australia 20 (G Ralph 4, N Zagame, A Southern, H Lincoln-Smith 3, M Rippon, K Gynther, G Beadsworth 2, R Webster) bt China 18 in penalty shootout (FT: 14-14. ET: 16-16. Pens: 4-2)
Day 10: Semifinal: USA 11 bt Australia 9 (A Southern 4, R Webster 2, N Zagame, G Ralph, G Beadsworth) in extra time v USA (FT: 9-9)
Day 12: Bronze medal: Australia 13 (G Beadsworth 4, A Southern, H Lincoln-Smith, R Webster 2, K Gynther, N Zagame, J Moran) bt. Hungary 11 in extra time (FT: 11-11)

Final placings: USA, Spain, Australia, Hungary, China, Russia, Italy, Great Britain


Junior Women

International Series with New Zealand, Born ‘92, April 2012, Sydney, Australia

Team: Morgan Baxter, Emily Benson, Emily Boland, Jess Brooks, Bronte Colenso, Matilda Connor, Michaela Davies, Cathryn Earl, Jess Brooks, Taylor Leonard, Laura Izzy Malcolm, Maddiie Morrison, Claire Negus, Tara Pitman, Tayla Walsh. Head Coach: Peter Szilagyi.

Match 1: Australia 15 (T Walsh 4, B Colenso 3, E Boland, M Connor 2, M Morrison, C Earl, M Baxter, C Negus) bt New Zealand 9
Match 2: Australia 10 (B Colenso 4, M Connor 2, C Earl, T Walsh, M Baxter, E Benson) bt New Zealand 10
Match 3: Australia 9 (E Benson 4, M Baxter 2, C Earl, T Walsh, E Boland) bt New Zealand 9

Australia wins series 1-0


European Tour, Born 93, August-September 2012

Team: Morgan Baxter, Emily Benson, Jessica Brooks, Emily Carr, Bronte Colenso, Matil Connor, Michaela Davies, Cathryn Earl, Laura Izzy Malcolm, Claire Negus, Bridget O’Connor, Tara Pitman, Tayla Walsh, Emma Williams. Head Coach: Ryan Moar. Manager: Tracey Mirabito. Referee: Megan Varlow

International Match, Alpen, Netherlands, August 2012

Australia 9 (M Baxter 3, B Colenso 2, M Connor, C Earl, E Carr, E Benson) bt Netherlands 9

Pythia Cup, Itea, Greece, August-September 2012

Day 1: Australia 8 (E Benson 3, B Colenso, C Negus, J Brooks, M Baxter, T Walsh) bt France 5; Netherlands 9 bt Australia 5 (B Colenso 2, T Pitman 2, C Earl)
Day 2: Greece 14 bt Australia 9 (B Colenso, C Earl, T Walsh 2, C Negus, J Brooks, M Connor)
Day 3: Italy 9 bt Australia 4 (T Walsh 2, E Carr, B Colenso).

Final placings: Netherlands, Italy, Greece, Australia, France.


International Series, Eger, Hungary, September 2012

Match 1: Hungary 11 bt Australia 10 (C Earl 4, B Colenso 2, M Baxter, J Brooks, M Connor, M Baxter)
Match 2: Hungary 14 bt Australia 9 (M Baxter, M Connor 2, B O’Connor, C Earl, C Negus, B Colenso, E Benson)


Youth Girls

FINA World Youth Championships, Born ’94, Perth, Australia, December 2012

Team: Chloe Barr, Stephanie Calaizis, Lenke Dauda-Board, Lilian Hedges, Shannan Martin, Ainsley Masek, Montana Perkins, Madeleine Quinn, Kassia Ralston, Maddison Schmid, Belinda Symons, Fiona Walsh, Jessica Zimmerman. Head Coach: Aleksandr Osadchuk. Assistant Coach: Peter Szilagyi.  Manager: Jennifer MacGregor. Referee: Nicola Johnson.

Day 2: Australia 22 (S Martin 5, L Dauda-Board 3, M Schmid, M Quinn, B Symonds, J Zimmerman, C Barr 2, K Ralston 2, A Masek, F Walsh) bt Czech Republic 2
Day 3: Australia 27 (S Martin, C Barr 5, B Symons, M Quinn, F Walsh 3, M Perkins, K Ralston 2, J Zimmerman, M Schmid, L Dauda-Board, A Masek) Indonesia 2
Day 4: Australia 18 (J Zimmerman 4, C Barr 3, M Quinn, M Perkins, S Martin, M Schmid 2, B Symons, K Ralston, F Walsh,) Uzbekistan 1

Final group points: Australia 6, Czech Republic 4, Uzbekistan 2, Indonesia 0.

Day 5: Bye
Day 6: Quarterfinal: Hungary 10 bt Australia 3 (B Symons, F Walsh, L Dauda-Board)
Day 7: Canada 16 bt Australia 7 (J Zimmerman, M Quinn 2, K Ralston, C Barr, M Schmid)
Day 8: For 7  & 8 : Australia 10 (J Zimmerman 3, M Schmid, C Barr 2, B Symons, S Martin, M Quinn) bt Brazil 6

Final placings: Greece, Hungary, Russia, United States of America, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Brazil, Italy, Czech Republic, South Africa, Uzbekistan, Indonesia, Zimbabwe, India.


Pan Pacific Youth Festival, Born ’96, Auckland, New Zealand, June 2012

Australia Green: Emma Whaling, Amy Ridge, Sally Coburn, Olivia Mackell, Christobel Hill Smith, Chloe Parer, Chelsea Allen, Caitlyn Roye, Pia Rodgers, Kristy Donkin, Samantha Stanton, Katie Laycock, Elise Gaskell. Head coach: Georgina Kovacs, Manager: Helen Park, Referee: Nicola Johnson.

Australia Gold: Emily Grellman, Kate Abbey-Wardale, Bronte Halligan, Monique Rebelo, Ellodie Ruffin, Julia Barton, Aoife Scales, Tori Morrissey, Georgia Hole, Lena Mihailovic, Paige Wiseman, Madeleine Steere, Octavia Bellekens. Head coach: Jack Lusic, Manager: Helen Park, Referee: Nicola Johnson.

Day 1: Australia Green 21 (C Allen, S Stanton, C Parer 4, C Hill Smith 3, O’Mackell, C Roye 2, P Rodgers, K Donkin) Ukiah (USA) 1. Australia Gold 10 (L Mihailovic 5, E Ruffin 2, M Steere 2, M Rebelo) bt New Zealand 6
Day 2: Australia Green 16 (S Stanton 3, C Allen, S Coburn 2) bt Marist (NZL) 4Australia Gold 8 (M Steere 3, L Mihailovic 2, E Ruffin, M Rebelo, T Morrissey) bt Queensland Under 18 5Australia Green 16 (C Parer 5, C Hill Smith, S Stanton, C Allen, K Laycock 2, S Coburn, C Roye, P Rodgers) bt Mountford Park (NZL) 0; Australia Gold 31 (G Hole 7, K Abbey-Wardale 5, L Mihailovic, T Morrissey 4, M Steere, A Scales 3, B Halligan, E Ruffin, M Rebelo, J Barton, P Wiseman) bt Southern Districts (NZL) 1
Day 3: Quarterfinals: Australia Green 7 (C Allen, S Coburn 2, A Ridge, C Hill Smith, S Stanton) Waitakere (NZL) 3. Australia Gold 9 (L Mihailovic 4, M Steere 3, M Rebelo, T Morrissey) bt NSW Waratahs 5
Day 4: Semifinal: Australia Gold 14 (L Mihailovic 6, M Steere 3, T Morrissey 2, A Scales, G Hole, B Halligan) bt Australia Green 12 (K Donkin, C Parer 3, C Allen, S Coburn 2, A Ridge, K Laycock)
Day 5: Gold medal: North Harbour 9 bt Australia Gold 6 (M Steere 3, B Halligan, L Mihailovic, G Hole). Bronze medal: NSW Blues U18 11 Australia Green 10 (K Donkin 4, C Parer 3, C Allen, S Coburn, K Laycock) in extra time (FT: 8-8)


International Series, Auckland, New Zealand, July 2012

Team: Octavia Bellekens, Emily Grellman, Amy Ridge, Bronte Halligan, Kristy Donkin, Ellodie Ruffin, Katie Laycock, Monique Rebelo, Kate Abbey-Wardale, Maddy Steere, Lena Mihailovic, Chelsea Allen, Sally Coburn, Julia Barton. Head coach: Jack Lusic. Assistant coach: Georgina Kovacs, Manager: Helen Park, Referee: Nicola Johnson.

Match 1: Australia 9 (M Steere, L Mihailovic 3, E Ruffin, K Abbey-Wardale, C Allen) bt New Zealand 5
Match 2: Australia 5 (C Allen, L Mihailovic 2, M Steere) bt New Zealand 4
Match 3: Australia 7 (C Allen 3, B Halligan, K Abbey-Wardale 2) bt New Zealand 6

Australia wins series 3-0


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