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

NED V NZL ( Pool B, Pool C ) Rabo Champions Trophy Amstelveen 2011

NED
0 - 0
NZL

Match Review NED - NZL 0-0

Cards

Team Minute Shirt # Player Type
NED 50 16 WELTEN Carlijn G
NED 54 17 PAUMEN Maartje G

NED

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
1 ENGELS Floortje
X
2 BOS Willemijn
X
5 DIRKSE van den HEUVEL Carlien
X
6 VERHAGE Claire
9
8 VEENHOVEN-MATTHEUSSENS Marieke
9
9 DIJKSTRA Wieke
X
12 WELTEN Lidewij
6
15 MOL Sabine
7
16 WELTEN Carlijn 1
X
17 PAUMEN Maartje 1
DNP
22 SOMBROEK Joyce
X
23 LAMMERS Kim
X
24 de GOEDE Eva
X
27 AGLIOTTI Marilyn
15
28 de BLAEY Merel
X
29 van MAASAKKER Caia
X
30 van GEFFEN Margot
DNP
31 van der VELDEN Daphne
  Team Manager SINNIGE Clarinda
  Stand-In Manager VEEN Johannes
  Medical Doctor van BENTUM Conny
  Head Coach CALDAS Max
  Assistant Coach COX Alexander

NZL

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
1 SHARLAND Kayla
X
2 NAYLOR Emily
X
3 FORGESSON Krystal
X
5 GLYNN Katie
DNP
8 RUTHERFORD Sally
X
9 MILLINGTON Alana
7
12 GUNSON Ella
X
16 ESHUIS Clarissa
DNP
17 TALBOT Lucy
8
20 HARRISON Samantha
6
21 FINLAYSON Cathryn
X
22 FLYNN Gemma
32
23 THORPE Anna
19
27 DEVINE Sophie
X
28 HARRISON Charlotte
X
30 RUSSELL Bianca
X
31 MICHELSEN Stacey
X
32 PUNT Anita
  Team Manager BALME Debbie
  Head Coach HAGER Mark
  Stand-In Manager LESLIE Chris
  Assistant Coach NICOL Greg
  Physiotherapist O'CONNOR Fiona

DNP = Did not participate
S = Suspended
DSQ = Disqualified

Match Officials

Role Official
Umpire 1 SOMA Chieko
Umpire 2 HIPPLER Christiane
Reserve Umpire BLOCK Frances
Video Umpire HASSICK Amy
Judge 1 CAMPOS-RASMUSSEN Paulina
Technical Officer PETITJEAN Sylvie

Black Sticks grind out draw with Netherlands

New Zealand produced a gritty performance to hold Olympic Champions and host nation The Netherlands to a 0-0 draw, a result which put them into the Medal round at the Rabo FIH Champions Trophy in Amstelveen.

Even though there is still three rounds of matches left to play, New Zealand are now guaranteed a top four finish at an FIH Champions Trophy event for the first time in their history. However, Black Sticks coach Mark Hager will be focussed the minds of his rapidly developing young team, with the aim of achieving a podium finish at the very least. 

The match itself was a very tense contest, although both sides had some chances to score what would have been a match winning goal. Netherlands captain Maartje Paumen had two very good chances to score from penalty corners, but failed to establish an advantage. Lidewij Welten and Kim Lammers also went close for The Netherlands, while the Black Sticks players Katie Glynn and Kayla Sharland had the best of the chances for the Black Sticks but could not find a way past Netherlands keeper Floortje Engels.

The result completes the first phase of the competition, with the line ups for Pools C and D now known. Pool C contains the teams that are still in with a shot of winning the title, with Argentina, Korea, Netherlands and New Zealand doing battle. The results of their matches today will count towards their standing in Pool C, with all four teams taking one point into the group as Argentina and Korea also ended with the scores level today.

Pool D will eventually decide the 5th to 8th placed teams, with Australia, China, England and Germany fighting it out.  Australia currently lead that group thanks to today’s victory over Germany, who are currently bottom of the pool. England and China’s 0-0 draw earlier in the day sees them sitting mid-table with one point.

Before the match between The Netherlands and New Zealand, Dutch striker Kim Lammers was given credit for player her 150th game, while Black Sticks stars Katie Glynn and Elizabeth Gunson were given credit for playing their 50th internationals as well as Alana Millington who was celebrating her 21st birthday.  

  • Match 12
  • Date Tue, 28 Jun 2011
  • Time 17:00
  • Pool/Class Pool B, Pool C
  • Venue

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