While the Hockeyroos have claimed the series having won the first two matches in convining style, an improved Spanish performance in the final match denied the Hockeyroos a clean sweep.
Striker Ashleigh Nelson followed up her two goal effort in the second game of the series with the Hockeyroos first goal of the match at the 12 minute mark. However when
After an even first half, the Hockeyroos gained the lead at the 55 minute mark when defender Teneal Attard converted another penalty corner goal.
However when Spain scored their second goal of the match with nine minutes remaining, the game was once again tied up, with the score remaining that way until full time.
Captain Madonna Blyth was once again one of the Hockeyroos best performed players, while Ashleigh Nelson, Sarah O’Connor and Georgia Nanscawen also contributed well.
The Hockeyroos will now head to
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