National Teams & Results

2014 Australian Men’s Results

2014 AUSTRALIAN MEN’S TEAMS AND RESULTS

SENIOR MEN

BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series, Perth, Australia, January 2014

Team: Richie Campbell, Johnno Cotterill, Blake Edwards, Jarrod Gilchrist, Rhys Howden, Tyler Martin, Billy Miller, Nathan Power, Luke Quinlivan, Aidan Roach, Eddie Slade, Joel Swift, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: Elvis Fatovic. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Chris Wybrow. Manager: Prue Egan. Physiotherapist: Danielle Woodhouse. Strength Coach: Dejan Kontic. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Australia 12 (R Campbell 4, A Younger 3, B Miller 2, J Gilchrist, T Martin, J Cotterill) Croatia 9.

Friendly International, Perth, Australia, January 2014

Team: James Clark, Johnno Cotterill, Blake Edwards, George Ford, Rhys Howden, Nathan Power, Jarrod Gilchrist, Joseph Kayes, Tyler Martin, Luke Pavillard, Aidan Roach, Paul Sindone, Edward Slade, Joel Swift, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: Elvis Fatovic. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Chris Wybrow. Manager: Prue Egan. Physiotherapist: Danielle Woodhouse. Strength Coach: Dejan Kontic. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Australia 9 (R Howden 3, J Swift, A Younger 2, J Kayes, T Martin) Croatia 9.

Friendly International v Russia, Perth, Australia, January 2014

Team: James Clark, Blake Edwards, Andrew Ford, George Ford, Nathan Power, Jarrod Gilchrist, Joseph Kayes, Jordan Kremers-Taylor, Tyler Martin, Luke Pavillard, Luke Quinlivan, Aidan Roach, Joel Swift, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: Elvis Fatovic. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Chris Wybrow. Manager: Prue Egan. Physiotherapist: Danielle Woodhouse. Strength Coach: Dejan Kontic. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Australia 12 (J Kayes, L Pavillard, J Swift, T Martin 2, N Power, J Gilchrist, A Roach, A Younger) Russia 10.


FINA World League Intercontinental Cup, Shanghai, May-June 2014

Team: Richie Campbell James Clark, Johnno Cotterill, Blake Edwards, Lachlan Edwards, Mitch Emery, George Ford, Jarrod Gilchrist, Joe Kayes, Tyler Martin, Billy Miller, Nathan Power, Aidan Roach, Ed Slade, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: Elvis Fatovic. Assistant Coaches: Chris Wybrow, Paul Oberman, Dean Kontic. Manager: Prue Egan. Physiotherapist: Ian Gard.

Day 1: Australia 11 (R Campbell 3, J Cotterill, B Miller, A Roach 2, J Gilchrist, B Edwards) Canada 10.
Day 2: Australia 11 (A Roach, T Martin 3, L Edwards 2, R Campbell, J Cotterill, B Miller) Kazakhstan 7.
Day 3: Australia 16 (T Martin 4, R Campbell 2, J Cotterill 2, AJ Roach 2, J Gilchrist 2, L Edwards 2, B Miller, N Power) Japan 9.
Day 4: Quarterfinal: Australia 16 (B Edwards, A Roach 3, L Edwards, J Gilchrist, B Miller 2, G Ford, R Campbell, J Cotterill, T Martin) China B 6
Day 5: Semifinal: Brazil 9 Australia 6 (R Campbell 2, J Cotterill, A Roach, J Gilchrist, T Martin).
Day 6: Play-off for 3rd & 4th: Australia 16 (J Cotterill 4, R Campbell, J Gilchrist 3, L Edwards, T Martin 2, B Miller, G Ford) China 6.

Final placings: USA, Brazil, Australia, China, Canada, Kazakhstan, Japan, China B.


FINA World League Super Final, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, June 2014:

Team: Richie Campbell, James Clark, Johnno Cotterill, Lachlan Edwards, Mitch Emery, George Ford, Jarrod Gilchrist, Tyler Martin, Billy Miller, Nathan Power, Aidan Roach, Ed Slade, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: Elvis Fatovic. Assistant Coaches: Chris Wybrow, Paul Oberman, Dean Kontic. Manager: Prue Egan. Physiotherapist: Ian Gard. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Day 1: Hungary 11 Australia 5 (A Roach, R Campbell 2, J Cotterill).
Day 2: Australia 8 (R Campbell 3, A Roach 2, G Ford, L Edwards, J Cotterill) USA 4.
Day 3: Canada 10 Australia 8 (R Campbell 3, A Younger, T Martin 2, A Roach).
Final points: Hungary 9, Australia 3, USA 3, Canada 3.
Day 4: Quarterfinal: Australia 14 (J Gilchrist, A Younger 3, N Power 2, L Edwards, M Emery, T Martin, A Roach, J Cotterill, B Miller) Brazil 7.
Day 5: Semifinal: Serbia 12 Australia 5 (A Younger 2, L Edwards, A Roach, J Cotterill).
Day 6: Play-off from 3rd & 4th: Montenegro 12 Australia 9 (A Roach 3, A Younger, R Campbell 2, J Gilchrist, B Miller) in penalty shootout (FT: 8-8. Pens: 4-1).

Final placings: Serbia, Hungary, Montenegro, Australia, USA, Canada, Brazil, China.


FINA World Cup, Almaty, Kazakhstan, August 2014:

Team: Richie Campbell, James Clark, Johnno Cotterill, Blake Edwards, Lachlan Edwards, Mitch Emery, George Ford, Jarrod Gilchrist, Tyler Martin, Nathan Power, Aidan Roach, James Stanton, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: Elvis Fatovic. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Chris Wybrow. Manager: Prue Egan. Strength and conditioner: Dean Kontic. Physiotherapist: Thomas Donaldson. Doctor: Etienne Du Preez. Psychologist: Mark Spargo. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Day 1: Australia 11 (A Younger 4, R Campbell 3, G Ford, A Roach, J Gilchrist, L Edwards) Kazakhstan 8.
Day 2: Croatia 6 Australia 3 (
A Roach 2, R Campbell).
Day 3: Australia 8 (
A Younger 3, R Campbell 2, J Cotterill, A Roach, B Edwards) Hungary 8.
Final group points: Hungary 5, Croatia 4, Australia 3, Kazakhstan 0.
Day 4: Quarter-final: USA 11 Australia 9 (
J Cotterill, T Martin 2, R Campbell, J Gilchrist, A Younger, B Edwards, A Roach) in penalty shootout (FT: 7-7).
Day 5: 5-8 semifinal: Australia 13 (
J Gilchrist 3, J Cotterill, G Ford, A Roach 2, N Power, L Edwards, T Martin, M Emery) South Africa 2.
Day 6: Play-off for 5th & 6th: Australia 12 (
J Cotterill 4, A Roach, A Younger 3, J Gilchrist, M Emery) Kazakhstan 6.

Final placings: Serbia, Hungary, Croatia. USA, Australia, Kazakhstan, Montenegro, South Africa.


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