Ergo Junior Hockey World Cup Mönchengladbach 2013
Mönchengladbach, Germany - July 27 - 4, 2013

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Australia defeat Germany in U21 test match

July 22, 2013
Host nation announce squad

Australia celebrated a 3-2 victory over Germany in preparation for Women’s ERGO Hockey Junior World Cup Mönchengladbach 2013.

The Jillarroos started off well with Brooke Peris and Murphy Allendorf scoring in the first half. As soon as the second half had started, Amelia Spence extended the Australian lead to 3-0.

Germany tried to fight back but the Jillaroos kept them out of their circle. In the last ten minutes of the match Germany’s Sarah Sprink scored from two penalty corners to make it 3-2.

In their next test match Australia will face Korea on Tuesday morning while Germany are planning two more practicing matches against Argentina and the USA.  

Australia have been drawn in Pool C at ERGO Hockey Junior World Cup together with India, New Zealand and Russia. Germany will be playing in Pool D including England, Belgium and Spain.

 

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