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2015 Australian Men’s Results

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International Series with United States of America, Perth, Australia, January 2015*:

Team: Richard Campbell, James Clark, Blake Edwards, Lachlan Edwards, Mitch Emery, George Ford, Jarrod Gilchrist, Matt Gronow, Rhys Howden, Joe Kayes, Gordon Marshall, Tyler Martin, William Miller, Luke Pavillard, Nathan Power, Paul Sindone, Edward Slade, James Stanton-French. Head Coach: Elvis Fatovic. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Chris Wybrow, Dejan Kontic. Manager: Prue Egan. Physiotherapist: Danielle Woodhouse.

Match 1: Australia 13 (R Campbell 5, G Ford, J Kayes, B Miller 2, J Gilchrist, L Pavillard) – USA 10.
Match 2: Australia 13 (J Kayes 4, G Ford, B Miller, R Campbell 2, J Gilchrist, L Pavillard, N Power) – USA 11.
Australia wins series 2-0.
(*No caps awarded as up to 17 players used in one match)


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

Team: Richard Campbell, James Clark, Johnno Cotterill, Lachlan Edwards, Mitch Emery, George Ford, Jarrod Gilchrist, Joe Kayes, Tyler Martin, William Miller, Luke Pavillard, Nathan Power, Edward Slade. Head Coach: Elvis Fatovic. Assistant Coaches: Paul Oberman, Chris Wybrow, Dejan Kontic. Manager: Prue Egan. Physiotherapist: Ian Gard. Referee: Danny Flahive.

Australia 14 (J Cotterill 4, J Kayes 3, R Campbell, L Pavillard 2, G Ford, L Edwards, T Martin) – USA 5.


FINA World League Intercontinental Tournament, Corona Del Mar, USA, April 2015:

Team: Richie Campbell, James Clark, Johnno Cotterill, Lachlan Edwards, George Ford, Jarrod Gilchrist, Rhys Howden, Tyler Martin, William Miller, Nathan Power, Aidan Roach, James Stanton-French, Joel Swift. Head Coach: Elvis Fatovic. Assistant Coach/Team Leader: Paul Oberman. Assistant Coaches: Dejan Kontic, Chris Wybrow. Physiotherapist: Tom Donaldson. Psychologist: Mark Spargo. Performance Analyst: Matt Harris. Referee: Andrew Carney.

Day 1: Australia 13 (J Cotterill 5, R Campbell, AJ Roach, J Swift 2, N Power, J Gilchrist) – Brazil 10.

Day 2: Australia 13 (J Gilchrist, J Cotterill 3, G Ford, N Power, B Miller 2, R Howden) – Kazakhstan 7.

Day 3: Australia 10 (J Swift 2, N Power 2, B Miller 2, A Roach, R Campbell, T Martin, J Cotterill) – China 3.

Pts: Australia 6, Brazil 4, Kazakhstan 2, China 0.

Day 4: Quarter-final: Australia 14 (J Cotterill 4, J Swift 3, A Roach 2, R Campbell, R Howden, L Edwards, N Power, B Miller) – Argentina 5.

Day 5: Semifinal: Australia 17 (J Cotterill 4, R Campbell 3, AJ Roach, J Gilchrist, J Swift, R Howden 2, B Miller, L Edwards) – USA 16 (in penalty shootout. FT: 13-13. Pens: 4-3).

Day 6: Final: Australia 9 (R Campbell, N Power 2, G Ford, J Gilchrist, J Swift, T Martin, R Howden) – Brazil 5.

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


FINA World League Super Final, Bergamo, Italy, June 2015:

Team: Richie Campbell, James Clark, Johnno Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, George Ford, Jarrod Gilchrist, Rhys Howden, Tyler Martin, William Miller, Nathan Power, Aidan Roach, Joel Swift, Aaron Younger. Head Coach: Elvis Fatovic. Assistant Coach/Team Leader: Paul Oberman. Assistant Coaches: Dejan Kontic, Chris Wybrow. Physiotherapist: Tom Donaldson. Psychologist: Mark Spargo. Performance Analyst: Matt Harris. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Day 1: Italy 7Australia 5 (J Gilchrist, J Swift, R Howden, N Power, A Younger)

Day 2: Australia 10 (A Younger 5, Cotterill 2, A Roach, J Gilchrist, N Power) – USA 9.

Day 3: Serbia 12Australia 8 (R Howden 3, A Younger, J Cotterill, J Gilchrist, R Campbell, B Miller).

Final Points: Serbia 9, Italy 6, Australia 3, United States 0.

Day 4: Quarterfinal: Brazil 9Australia 8 (J Swift 2, J Gilchrist, T Martin, G Ford, R Howden, N Power, J Cotterill).

Day 5: 5-8 semifinal: Australia 13 (B Miller 3, J Gilchrist 2, R Campbell 2, J Cotterill, A Roach, R Howden, J Swift, N Power, T Martin) – China 3.

Day 6: 5-6 classification: Australia 9 (R Campbell 3, N Power 2, A Younger 2, J Cotterill, A Roach) – Hungary 6.

Final placings: Serbia, Croatia, Brazil, USA, Australia, Hungary, Italy, China.


International Series with Japan, Sydney, November 2015:

Team: James Clark, Scott Carpenter, John Cotterill, Joel Dennerley, Mitch Emery, Andrew Ford, George Ford, Jarrod Gilchrist, Matt Gronow, Joseph Kayes, Rhys Howden, Tyler Martin, William Miller, Nathan Power, James Stanton-French. Head Coach: Elvis Fatovic. Assistant Coach/Team Leader: Paul Oberman. Assistant Coaches: Dejan Kontic, Chris Wybrow. Physiotherapist: Tom Donaldson. Psychologist: Mark Spargo. Performance Analyst: Matt Harris. Referee: Daniel Flahive.

Match 1: Australia 13 (R Howden 4, J Cotterill, J Kayes 3, J Gilchrist, M Gronow, W Miller) – Japan 9.

Match 2: Australia 14 (W Miller 5, J Kayes 4, J Cotterill 3, N Power, R Howden) – Japan 7.

Match 3: Australia 11 (J Cotterill 5, N Power, M Emery 2, J Kayes, T Martin) – Japan 7.


International Series with Italy, Sydney, December 2015:

Team: (coming soon)

Match 1: Australia 12 (J Kayes 3, A Roach, W Miller 2, G Ford, J Cotterill, N Power, J Gilchrist, B Edwards) – Italy 11.

Match 2: Italy 14Australia 10.

Match 3: Australia 10Italy 9.

Australia wins series 2-1.


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European Tour, May-June 2015:

Team: Hugh Antsey, Chris Artemi, Jared de Vries, Nick Elphick, Nick Hallam, Jacob Jones, Chaz Poot, Lucas Mackaway, Tim Putt, Connor Smith, Jackson Summers, Jed Thompson, Lachlan Vos. Head Coach: Andrei Kovalenko. Assistant Coach: Matt Turnbull. Manager: Martin Callaghan. Physiotherapist: Danielle Woodhouse.

International friendly with New Zealand, Auckland, 17-19 July

Day 1: Australia 13 – New Zealand 3.

Day 2: Australia 16 – New Zealand 7.

Day 3: Australia 9  – New Zealand 8.

AUS win series 3-0.


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