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International Series with China, Perth, Australia, January 2015

Team: Zoe Arancini, Gemma Beadsworth, Eliesha Browne, Hannah Buckling, Bronte Colenso, Keesja Gofers, Bronte Halligan, Lilian Hedges, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Glencora McGhie, Rowie Webster, Lea Yanitsas, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Eddie Denis, Predrag Mihailovic. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Physiotherapist: Miranda Wallis. Psychologist: Kirsten Peterson. Physiologist: Sally Clark.

Match 1: Australia 14 (Z Arancini, K Gofers 3, G Beadsworth, E Browne 2, H Lincoln-Smith, B Knox, R Webster, G McGhie) China 6.

Match 2: Australia 16 (K Gofers, B Knox 3, B Halligan, E Browne, Z Arancini 2, G Beadsworth, H Lincoln-Smith, H Buckling, B Colenso) China 7.

Australia wins series 2-0.

BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series, Perth, Australia, January 2015

Team: Zoe Arancini, Gemma Beadsworth, Eliesha Browne, Hannah Buckling, Keesja Gofers, Bronte Halligan, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Glencora McGhie, Kelsey Wakefield, Rowie Webster, Lea Yanitsas, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Eddie Denis, Predrag Mihailovic. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Physiotherapist: Miranda Wallis. Psychologist: Kirsten Peterson. Physiologist: Sally Clark. Referee: Nicola Johnson.

Australia 14 (B Knox 3, H Buckling, B Halligan, R Webster, G McGhie 2, G Beadsworth, K Gofers, N Zagame) China 8.


FINA World League Intercontinental Tournament, Auckland, New Zealand, April-May, 2015

Team: Zoe Arancini, Gemma Beadsworth, Isobel Bishop, Hannah Buckling, Bronte Colenso, Keesja Gofers; Bronte Halligan, Lillian Hedges, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Ellodie Ruffin, Rowie Webster, Lea Yanitsas, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Georgina Kovacs, Predrag Mihailovic. ManagerJenny Liessmann. Psychologist: Kirsten Peterson. Physiotherapist: James Trotter. Referee: Andrew Carney.

Day 1: Australia 17 (R Webster, G Beadsworth, H Buckling 3, Z Arancini, N Zagame, H Lincoln-Smith 2, I Bishop, B Colenso) Japan 6.

Day 2: Australia 10 (H Lincoln-Smith 3, R Webster, I Bishop, B Halligan 2, H Buckling) New Zealand 2.

Day 3: Australia 5 (H Lincoln-Smith, I Bishop, B Halligan, H Buckling, K Gofers) Canada 4.

Final points: Australia 6, Canada 4, New Zealand 2, Japan 0.

Day 4: Quarterfinal: Australia 17 (N Zagame 4, I Bishop, K Gofers 3, G Beadsworth, B Colenso, R Webster 2, B Halligan) Brazil 4.

Day 5: Semifinal: Australia 13 (N Zagame, Z Arancini 3, G Beadsworth, K Gofers 2, H Buckling, B Halligan, H Lincoln-Smith) China 6.

Day 6: Final: USA 12 Australia 10 (R Webster 3, H Bucklin, N Zagame 2, H Lincoln-Smith, G Beadsworth, K Gofers) in penalty shootout (FT: 8-8. Pens: 4-2).

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


Kunshan Cup, Kunshan, China, June 2015:

Team: Jayde Appel, Zoe Arancini, Chloe Barr, Isobel Bishop, Hannah Buckling, Bronte Colenso, Keesja Gofers, Bronte Halligan, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Glencora McGhie, Ashleigh Southern, Kelsey Wakefield, Lea Yanitsas, Rowie Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Dalibor Maslan, Eddie Denis. Manager: Jenny Liessmann. Psychologist: Kirsten Peterson. Physiotherapist: James Trotter. Performance Analysis: Tamara Kefford. Doctor: Samantha Pomroy. Referee: Nicola Johnson.

Day 1: Australia 14 (H Buckling, N Zagame, C Barr 3, G McGhie 2, Z Arancini, B Halligan, B Knox) Brazil 4.

Day 2: Australia 7 (H Buckling 3, N Zagame 2, G McGhie, I Bishop) Canada 6.

Day 3: Australia 9 (B Knox, K Gofers 3, Z Arancini, B Halligan, H Buckling) Italy 6.
Day 4: Semifinal: Netherlands 11 Australia 9 (A Southern, B Knox 3, H Buckling, R Webster, N Zagame) in penalty shootout (FT: 7-7. Pens: 4-2).
Day 5: Bronze medal: Australia 8 (I Bishop, A Southern 2, C Barr, B Halligan, G McGhie, N Zagame) Canada 6.

Final placings:

USA, Netherlands, Australia, Canada, Italy, China, Brazil.


FINA World League Super Final, Shanghai, China, June 2015

Team: Zoe Arancini, Isobel Bishop, Hannah Buckling, Keesja Gofers, Bronte Halligan, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Glencora McGhie, Ashleigh Southern, Kelsey Wakefield, Lea Yanitsas, Rowie Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Dalibor Maslan, Eddie Denis. Manager: Jenny Liessmann. Psychologist: Kirsten Peterson. Physiotherapist: James Trotter. Performance Analysis: Tamara Kefford. Doctor: Samantha Pomroy. Referee: Nicola Johnson.
Day 1: Australia 8 (N Zagame 3, G McGhie 2, B Knox, K Gofers, B Halligan) Russia 4.

Day 2: Australia 11 (B Halligan 3, N Zagame, H Buckling 2, B Knox, A Southern, K Gofers, I Bishop) China 5.

Day 3: Australia 8 (Bishop 3, A Southern 2, B Knox, C Barr, N Zagame) Italy 7.

Final points: Australia 9, Italy 6, China 3, Russia 0.

Day 4: Quarterfinal: Australia 17 (A Southern, B Knox, G McGhie 3, N Zagame, B Halligan 2, I Bishop, C Barr, Z Arancini, K Gofers) Brazil 8.

Day 5: Semifinal: Australia 5 (B Knox 2, C Barr, A Southern, N Zagame) China 3.

Day 6: Final: USA 8 Australia 7 (A Southern 3, B Halligan, N Zagame 2)

Final placings: USA, Australia, Netherlands, China, Russia, Canada, Italy, Brazil.


International Friendly, Budapest, Hungary, July 2015:

Team: Zoe Arancini, Chloe Barr, Gemma Beadsworth, Bronte Colenso, Keesja Gofers, Bronte Halligan, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Ashleigh Southern, Kelsey Wakefield, Lea Yanitsas, Rowie Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Dalibor Maslan, Predrag Mihailovic. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Psychologist: Kirsten Peterson. Physiotherapist: Miranda Wallis. Performance Analysis: Tamara Kefford. Doctor: Scott Burne. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Hungary 11 Australia 10 (R Webster 3, B Knox, N Zagame 2, C Barr, Z Arancini, A Southern). 


 XVI FINA World Championships, Kazan, Russia, July-August 2015:

Team: Zoe Arancini, Gemma Beadsworth, Hannah Buckling, Keesja Gofers, Bronte Halligan, Bronwen Knox, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Glencora McGhie, Ashleigh Southern, Kelsey Wakefield, Lea Yanitsas, Rowie Webster, Nicola Zagame. Head Coach: Greg McFadden. Assistant Coaches: Dalibor Maslan, Eddie Denis. Manager: Lynne Morrison. Psychologist: Kirsten Peterson. Physiotherapist: Miranda Wallis. Performance Analysis: Tamara Kefford. Doctor: Scott Burne. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Day 1: Australia 8 (N Zagame 2, A Southern, Z Arancini, G McGhie, R Webster, H Buckling, G Beadsworth) Greece 7.

Day 3: Australia 19 (A Southern 5, H Lincoln-Smith, K Gofers 3, H Buckling, G Beadsworth 2, R Webster, Z Arancini, N Zagame, G McGhie) South Africa 1.

Day 5: Australia 8 (A Southern, N Zagame 2, B Knox, R Webster, B Halligan, G McGhie) Netherlands 6.

Final group placings: Australia 6, Netherlands 4, Greece 2, South Africa 0.

Day 9: Quarterfinal: Australia 12 (Z Arancini, A Southern, B Knox, B Halligan 2, R Webster, G McGhie, G Beadsworth, H Buckling) China 7 in penalty shootout (FT: 7-7. Pens: 5-3).

Day 11: Classification 1-4 semifinal: USA 8 Australia 6 (K Gofers, H Lincoln-Smith, N Zagame, A Southern, G McGhie, Z Arancini).

Day 13: Classification for 3-4: Greece 12 Australia 10 (R Webster, A Southern 3, N Zagame, G McGhie, H Buckling, G Beadsworth) in penalty shootout (FT: 7-7. Pens: 5-3).

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


Students

XXVIII Universiade, Gwangju, South Korea, July 2015

Team: Tiana Anderson, Elle Armit, Tyler Baillie, Chloe Barr, Julia Barton, Isobel Bishop, Pascalle Casey, Bronte Colenso, Lilian Hedges, Lena Mihailovic, Montana Perkins, Ellodie Ruffin, Maddy Steere, Fiona Walsh, Jessica Zimmerman. Head Coach: Eddie Denis. Assistant Coach: Arjan Vos. Support Staff: Laura Domenicucci.
Day 2: Australia 7 (I Bishop, M Steere 2, P Casey, F Walsh, J Zimmerman) USA 7.
Day 3: Australia 8 (J Zimmerman, I Bishop 2, M Steere, L Mihailovic, P Casey, J Barton) France 3.

Day 4: Australia 10 (I Bishop 3, M Perkins 2, P Casey, E Armit, E Ruffin, F Walsh, T Andersen) Hungary 4.

Day 6: Australia 9 (P Casey, I Bishop 3, E Armit, E Ruffin, M Steere) Italy 7.

Final group placings: Australia 7, Italy 6, USA 3, Hungary 2, France 2.

Day 8: Quarterfinal: Australia 15 (I Bishop 4, E Ruffin 3, E Armit 2, P Casey, L Mihailovic, F Walsh, J Zimmerman, T Anderson, M Steere) China 7.

Day 10: Classification 1-4 semifinal: Australia 10 (F Walsh 3, I Bishop, J Zimmerman 2, T Anderson, E Ruffin, E Armit) Russia 7.

Day 12: Classification 1-2: Australia 6 (T Anderson, E Ruffin 2, J Zimmerman, L Mihailovic) Canada 3 on penalty shootout (FT: 3-3. Pens: 3-0).

Final placings: Australia, Canada, Russia, Italy, France, Russia, France, Japan, China, Serbia.


Junior Women

FINA World Junior Championships, Volos, Greece, August, 2015:
Team: Tiana Anderson, Tyler Baillie, Pascalle Casey, Genevieve Longman, Lena Mihailovic, Montana Perkins, Ashleigh Roberts, Ellodie Ruffin, Maddy Steere, Fiona Walsh, Jessica Zimmerman. Head Coach: Eddie Denis. Assistant Coach: Arjan Vos. Support Staff: Laura Domenicucci. Referee: Daniel Bartels.

Day 1: Canada 12 Australia 9 (T Anderson, L Mihailovic 2, J Zimmerman, E Ruffin, M Steere, A Roberts, P Casey).
Day 2: Italy 8 Australia 7 (E Ruffin 4, A Roberts, P Casey, J Zimmerman).

Day 3: Australia 13 (M Perkins, P Casey 3, A Roberts, F Walsh 2, J Zimmerman, L Mihailovic, E Ruffin) Netherlands 9.

Final group points: Italy 5, Canada 3, Australia 2, Netherlands 2.

Day 4: Preliminary round: Spain 11 Australia 9 (J Zimmerman 3, P Casey, T Anderson 2, E Ruffin, M Steere).

Day 5: Classification 9-12 semifinal: Australia 13 (A Roberts 5, M Steere, P Casey 2, F Walsh, E Ruffin, M Perkins, J Zimmerman) Japan 8.

Classification 9-10: Australia 16 (E Ruffin, M Steere 3, F Walsh, A Roberts, M Perkins 2, P Casey 2, T Anderson) New Zealand 5.
Final placings: USA, Spain, Russia, Canada, Greece, Italy, Hungary, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Great Britain, South Africa, Ukraine.


AUS Born ’98 

European Tour, May-June 2015

Team: Sofia Chaves, Hayley Collins, Brooke Dickie, Savannah Henshaw, Sophie Hodgson, Kiara Holden, Bridgette Johnson, Emma Jones, Danielle Morrisey, Gabriella Palm, Sofie Pontre, Tiana Sinclair, Alice Williams, Mollie Williams, Lara Zimmerman. Head Coach: Predrag Mihailovic. Assistant Coach: Rebecca Rippon. Manager: Tracey Mirabito. Physiotherapist: Adriana Camargo.

Friendly Tournament, Dunaujvaros, Hungary, May 2015

Match 1: Australia 19 (E Jones 4, K Holđen 3, B Dickie 3, H Collins 2, S Hodgson 2, S Pontre 2, T Sinclair, D Morrisey, A Williams) France 1.
Match 2: Hungary Born ‘95 20 Australia 5 (S Hodgson 2, M Williams,
D Morrisey,
K Holden).

Match 3: Australia 10 (A Williams, S Hodgson, B Dickie 2, E Jones, D Morrisey, H Collins, S Pontre) New Zealand Born ‘98 9.

Match 4: Hungary Born ’98 17 Australia 6 (E Jones, K Holden, D Morrisey 2).

Match 5: Hungary Born ’95 13 Australia 8 (D Morrissey,
K Holden 2, A Williams, S Hodgson, L Zimmerman, S Chaves).

Final placings: Hungary Born ’95, Shanghai Seniors, Hungary Born ’98, Australia, New Zealand Born ’98, France.

International Tournament, Chemnitz, Germany, June 2015

Team: Sofia Chaves, Hayley Collins, Brooke Dickie, Savannah Henshaw, Sophie Hodgson, Kiara Holden, Bridgette Johnson, Emma Jones, Danielle Morrisey, Gabriella Palm, Sofie Pontre, Tiana Sinclair, Alice Williams, Mollie Williams, Lara Zimmerman. Head Coach: Predrag Mihailovic. Assistant Coach: Rebecca Rippon. Manager: Tracey Mirabito. Physiotherapist: Adriana Camargo.

Game 1: Australia 12 (K Holden 4, E Jones, B Dickie 3, D Morrisey S Hodgson) New Zealand 3

Game 2: Australia 7 (K Holden 4, E Jones, M Williams, B Dickie) Netherlands 8

Game 3 Australia 10 (K Holden 3, E Jones, D Morrisey 2, A Williams, B Dickie, S Pontre) Germany 6

Final Placings: Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Germany.


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