Rabo Champions Trophy Amstelveen 2011
Amstelveen, Netherlands - June 25 - 3, 2011

AUS V GER ( Pool B, Pool D ) Rabo Champions Trophy Amstelveen 2011

AUS
1 - 0
GER

Match Review AUS - GER 1-0

Goals

Team Minute Shirt # Player Action Score
AUS 65 7 SCHULZ Jodie PC 1 - 0

Cards

Team Minute Shirt # Player Type
GER 57 10 HASSELMANN Nina Y
AUS 69 8 NELSON Ashleigh Y

AUS

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
DNP
1 CRONK Toni
X
4 EASTHAM Casey
6
5 TROST Renee
X
6 RIVERS Megan
X
7 SCHULZ Jodie 1
X
8 NELSON Ashleigh 1
X
9 FLANAGAN Anna
X
11 MCRAE Jacklyn
X
12 BLYTH Madonna
X
15 McGURK Kobie
4
16 WHITE Kellie
X
17 HURTZ Emily
DNP
20 HUDSON Marnie
5
21 TAYLOR Jayde
9
25 WARRENDER Jade
X
27 LYNCH Rachael
4
28 PARKER Georgie
X
31 CLOSE Jade
  Team Manager SHAW Robyn
  Head Coach COMMENS Adam
  Assistant Coach DUFF Jason
  Physiotherapist COOKE Jennifer
  Medical Doctor YOUNG Jannet
  Stand-In Manager PARTRIDGE Kathleen

GER

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
1 FRANK Yvonne
X
6 STEINDOR Luisa
X
7 KELLER Natascha
X
8 SCHÜTZE Christina
8
9 HILLMANN Kristina
X
10 HASSELMANN Nina 1
X
13 OTTE Katharina
8
14 TESCHKE Jana
DNP
17 VOGEL Barbara
12
20 ANDERSCH Lena
X
22 BEERMANN Janine
11
23 MÄVERS Marie
X
24 STÖCKEL Maike
DNP
25 MÜLLER-WIELAND Janne
10
26 WILDE Celine
X
28 MÜLLER Julia
X
30 SEHLMANN Mia
X
31 KARWATZKY Julia
  Team Manager AL SAADI Kais
  Stand-In Manager GASSERT Dorle
  Head Coach BEHRMANN Michael
  Assistant Coach STELLER Jan
  Physiotherapist WITTMANN Britta
  Medical Doctor KHALIL Safi
  Medical Doctor ALF Dietmar

DNP = Did not participate
S = Suspended
DSQ = Disqualified

Match Officials

Role Official
Umpire 1 BARTLEMA Stella
Umpire 2 HUDSON Kelly
Reserve Umpire PRESENQUI Irene
Video Umpire BLOCK Frances
Judge 1 MUGA Dorothy
Technical Officer CAMPOS-RASMUSSEN Paulina

Schulz downs Germany with late strike

Australia have recorded their first win of the tournament by defeating Germany 1-0 courtesy of a late penalty corner flick from Jodie Schulz in the second match of Day 3 at the Rabo FIH Champions Trophy.

The goal was a long time in coming, arriving in the inside the final five minutes of the match to give Australia great confidence ahead of the remainder of the tournament. Sadly for the Hockeyroos, the strike will not be enough to put them in the medal rounds due to their inferior goal difference to Germany.

For Germany, their chances of reaching the medal rounds now depend on the final match of the day between The Netherlands and New Zealand. If New Zealand lose by more than one goal Germany will qualify for Pool C and subsequently keep alive their hopes of success in the Rabo FIH Champions Trophy.

Germany were dominant for much of the first half, having 67 % of possession in their opponents half.  The Hockeyroos were forced to defend three penalty corners in the first half, but were certainly not without their chances, winning three penalty corners of their own which were unsuccessful.

The Australians certainly had the better of the opportunities towards the end of the first half, with Germany keeper Yvonne Frank being called into action to keep the scores level going into the half time break.   

Australia came out firing on all cylinders in the second half, putting the Germany defence under strain but unable to find the shots on goal that they were looking for. At the other end, Hockeyroos keeper Rachael Lynch pulled off a brilliant save to deny a clever deflection from Marie Mävers before the Australians wasted another penalty corner opportunity.  

The first goal of the both the match and the day came inside the final five minutes when Australia finally made the most of a penalty corner opportunity. Jodie Schulz stepped up to the mark and sent a low flick towards goal, which despite the best efforts of Frank found its way into the bottom left corner.

Germany were the width of a post away from scoring an equalizer in the dying seconds of the game, but Australia held on for victory.  

  • Match 10
  • Date Tue, 28 Jun 2011
  • Time 13:00
  • Pool/Class Pool B, Pool D
  • Venue

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