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Rabo FIH Champions Trophy (Women)

Amstelveen, Netherlands - June 25 - July 3, 2011
Local time is 10:17pm

Netherlands v Australia

Pool B

# Info Date Teams Score Status Match Sheet
June 25th, 2011
4 Pool B 4:30pm Netherlands NED - AUS Australia 3 - 0 (2 - 0) Final    

Match Report

Hockeyroos swept aside by Netherlands

The Netherlands showed that despite missing Naomi van As they have more than enough talent at their disposal by comprehensively defeating Australia’s Hockeyroos 3-0 in the final match of the day here at the Rabo FIH Champions Trophy in Amstelveen.

First half goals from Maartje Paumen and Lidewij Welten established a well earned lead before a great strike from Wieke Dijkstra in the second period sealed the triumph in front of a big crowd in the Wagener Stadium.

Paumen’s goal came after only seven minutes and arrived in typical style, with her high penalty corner flick sailing just inside the right post. The Netherlands doubled their lead thanks to Welten’s excellent finish, a volley into the roof of the net following superb work from the ever-dangerous Kim Lammers.  The Australians struggled to contain the fast flowing, skillful Dutch women for much of the first half but began to find their feet in the latter stages, suggesting that the spectators could be instore for an exciting second period.

However, it was The Netherlands again who were on top early in the second half, winning an early penalty corner which could not be converted.  Despite this, the Hockeyroos gave a much better showing of themselves in the second period and came close to pulling a goal back on a couple of occasions. Smart play from Kellie White set up a chance for newcomer Georgina Parker, but her reverse stick effort was deflected away from the target thanks to a last-ditch tackle.  This was immediately followed by a penalty corner flick from Anna Flanagan, which brought a decent glove save from Dutch keeper Floortje Engels mid-way through the half.

Australia’s best chance to pull a goal back came from Emily Hurtz, who bravely threw herself to the floor and slapped a shot towards goal, but Netherlands keeper Engels made a fantastic body block to keep maintain the two-goal cushion.  

The match was effectively finished as a contest on the arrival of The Netherlands’ third goal, which came in the 57th minute. Wieke Dijkstra was the scorer, showing quick thinking to turn at the top of the circle before crashing a reverse stick shot beyond unsighted Australia keeper Toni Cronk.  

The win means that The Netherlands finish Day 1 at the top of Pool B thanks to their superior goal difference over Germany, who recorded a 1-0 win over New Zealand earlier in the day.

Match Review

Review 4. Netherlands vs Australia 3-0 - Rabo FIH Champions Trophy 2011

> The Netherlands recorded their biggest Champions Trophy victory over Australia, beating them 3-0. They had never beaten the Hockeyroos by more than 2 goals in Champions Trophy competition.

> Maartje Paumen lifted her CT career total to 14 penalty corner goals, breaking Ageeth Boomgaardt’s record for Dutch player with most PC goals in Champions Trophy competition.

> Overall, Maartje Paumen is now on 16 CT goals. She needs one more goal to equal Ageeth Boomgaardt’s record for all-time Dutch Champions Trophy top scorer. Boomgaardt scored 17 CT goals (1999–2003).

> Lidewij Welten scored her first goal in 13 CT matches. Welten's only previous goal in FIH world level events came at the 2010 World Cup in Holland’s 5-2 victory over Japan.

> Wieke Dijkstra scored her first goal for the Netherlands at a World level tournament since 2008, when she netted once at the Champions Trophy and once at the Beijing Olympics.

Match Preview

Head-to-Heads
> For both The Netherlands and Australia this marks their 100th match in Champions Trophy competition.
> Australia have won 58, drawn 19 and lost 22 of their previous 99 CT matches.
> The Netherlands have recorded 55 wins, 22 draws and 22 defeats in their 99 CT matches.
> The Netherlands and Australia are the only teams to have participated in all five previous Champions Trophy tournaments held at the Wagener Stadium in Amstelveen.
> Their last CT encounter came at Sydney 2009 where the Hockeyroos beat the Netherlands 2-1. As a result Australia went on the final; the Dutch had to settle for the third place play-off.
> At the 2010 World Cup in Rosario, Holland beat Australia 4-1 in a pool match.
> Last Wednesday, 22 June, the Dutch beat Australia 3-1 in a test match at the Wagener Stadium, goal scored by Maartje Paumen, Kim Lammers en Caia van Maasakker.
 
Netherlands
> Seven of Holland’s last eight goals against Australia at world level events (CT, WC, OG) came from penalty corners.
> Maartje Paumen has scored six of Holland’s last seven goals against Australia in world level events (3 at the 2010 World Cup, 1 in the 2009 CT and 2 at the 2008 Olympics).
> Maartje Paumen needs one penalty corner goal to break Ageeth Boomgaardt’s record for Dutch player with most PC goals in Champions Trophy competition. They currently share the record of 13 PC goals.
> Kim Lammers and Maartje Paumen (both on 15 goals) need to score twice to equal Ageeth Boomgaardt’s record for Dutch player with most goals in Champions Trophy competition. Boomgaardt scored 17 CT goals (1999 – 2003).
> Marilyn Agliotti needs one goal to surpass Suzan van der Wielen (10 goals) in fourth place on the all-time Dutch top scorer list in CT competition. Agliotti also scored one CT goal for South Africa which makes her CT career total 11 goals.
 
Australia
> Australia return to the Champions Trophy for the first time since 2009, when they finished runners-up.
> Australia scored their last Champions Trophy goals in their last group match at the 2009 CT against today’s opponents The Netherlands; 2-1 win, goals by Nicole Arrold (PC) and Casey Eastham (FG).
> The Hockeyroos missed out on the 2010 CT in Nottingham. This was the first time the Hockeyroos failed to qualify for a Champions Trophy edition.
> Australia are the team with most goals scored against the Dutch in CT competition (31).
> Ten players on the Australia squad can make their Champions Trophy debut. Only Korea (12 debutants) had more players with no CT experience coming into this tournament.

> Jacklyn McRae played for Dutch club Pinoké last season.
 
Netherlands vs Australia at Women’s Champions Trophy
Netherlands Champions Trophy Australia
99 Matches 99
55 Won 58
22 Drawn 19
22 Lost 22
18 Appearances 18
5 CT titles 6
16 (5G – 4S - 7B) CT podiums 12 (6G - 4S - 2B)
Ageeth Boomgaardt (17 goals) CT top scorer Jackie Pereira (21 goals)
Kim Lammers (12 FG) FG top scorer Jackie Pereira (16 FG)
Ageeth Boomgaardt & Maartje Paumen (13 PC goals) PC top scorer Alyson Annan & Jenny Morris (8 PC goals)
Ageeth Boomgaardt & Marieke van Doorn (3 PS goals) PS top scorer Alyson Annan (3 PS goals)
GER v NZL (Pool B) ENG v KOR (Pool A)

POOL STANDINGS

Team Pld W D L GD Pts
Pool A
Argentina  ARG 3 2 1 0 4 7
Korea  KOR 3 0 3 0 0 3
England  ENG 3 0 2 1 -1 2
China  CHN 3 0 2 1 -3 2
Pool B
Netherlands  NED 3 2 1 0 4 7
New Zealand  NZL 3 1 1 1 0 4
Germany  GER 3 1 0 2 -1 3
Australia  AUS 3 1 0 2 -3 3
Pool C
Netherlands  NED 3 2 1 0 3 7
Korea  KOR 3 1 1 1 0 4
Argentina  ARG 3 1 1 1 0 4
New Zealand  NZL 3 0 1 2 -3 1
Pool D
England  ENG 3 2 1 0 2 7
Australia  AUS 3 1 1 1 0 4
Germany  GER 3 1 0 2 1 3
China  CHN 3 0 2 1 -3 2

MATCHES

Jul 3, 2011
GER Germany
China CHN
ENG England
Australia AUS
KOR Korea
New Zealand NZL
NED Netherlands
Argentina ARG
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