Argentina Hockey World League Final Tucuman 2013
San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina - November 30 - 8, 2013

ENG V AUS ( SF 2 ) Argentina Hockey World League Final Tucuman 2013

ENG
0 - 3
AUS

Match Review ENG - AUS 0-3

England vs Australia - Women's Hockey World League…Posted March 10, 2015

Goals

Team Minute Shirt # Player Action Score
AUS 32 7 SCHULZ Jodie PC 0 - 1
AUS 37 19 PARKER Georgie FG 0 - 2
AUS 41 11 McMAHON Karrie PC 0 - 3

Cards

Team Minute Shirt # Player Type
AUS 51 18 CLAXTON Jane G
AUS 61 19 PARKER Georgie G
AUS 64 9 FLANAGAN Anna G
AUS 69 26 SMITH Emily Y

ENG

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
1 HINCH Maddie
Bench
2 MACKAY Kirsty
X
4 UNSWORTH Laura
5
6 MACLEOD Hannah
5
7 TWIGG Georgie
X
8 RICHARDSON-WALSH Helen
7
9 TOWNSEND Susannah
X
10 GILBERT Susie
X
11 RICHARDSON-WALSH Kate
X
13 QUEK Sam
X
15 DANSON Alex
X
18 ANSLEY Giselle
7
19 BRAY Sophie
X
20 WEBB Hollie
7
22 BALL Ashleigh
5
23 WALTON Sally
X
26 OWSLEY Lily
X
28 WHITE Nic
  Team Manager BROWN Karen
  Head Coach LEE Jason
  Stand-In Manager HURST John
  Assistant Coach KEEGAN Craig
  Physiotherapist BATCHELOR Emma
  Medical Doctor LESTER Cath

AUS

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
4 EASTHAM Casey
Bench
5 WELLS Ashlee
5
6 JOHNSON Kirsten
X
7 SCHULZ Jodie 1
6
8 NELSON Ashleigh
X
9 FLANAGAN Anna 1
X
11 McMAHON Karrie 1
X
12 BLYTH Madonna
X
13 BONE Edwina
X
16 WHITE Kellie
5
17 PERIS Brooke
5
18 CLAXTON Jane 1
X
19 PARKER Georgie 1 1
5
22 JENNER Kate
X
23 MESSENT Claire
X
26 SMITH Emily 1
X
27 LYNCH Rachael
6
29 ATTARD Teneal
  Team Manager DAVIES Stephen
  Stand-In Manager STARRE Kate
  Head Coach COMMENS Adam
  Assistant Coach DUFF Jason
  Physiotherapist COOKE Jennifer
  Medical Doctor WALSH Emily

DNP = Did not participate
S = Suspended
DSQ = Disqualified

Match Officials

Role Official
Umpire 1 IPARRAGUIRRE Soledad
Umpire 2 HUDSON Kelly
Reserve Umpire REYDO Mariana
Video Umpire METCHETTE Carol
Judge 1 TAKEDA HIRATA Alicia
Judge 2 TABO Katherina
Technical Officer RINALDINI Lorena

Hockeyroos storm into Hockey World League Final

Australia’s Hockeyroos produced yet another sensational performance at the Argentina Hockey World League Final in San Miguel de Tucuman, powering to a glorious 3-0 semi-final win over England in front of a capacity crowd here in San Miguel de Tucuman. The result puts Australia into Sunday’s Gold medal match, where they will face the winner of this evening’s mouth-watering meeting between the Netherlands and host nation Argentina.  

The win was Australia’s second victory over England in the inaugural edition of the Hockey World League, having beaten the Europeans by the same score-line at the Investec Hockey World League Semi Final event in London.

England were forced onto the back foot for long periods of the first half, and would certainly have fallen behind were it not for some masterful goalkeeping from Maddie Hinch. The England shot-stopper denied the Hockeyroos on numerous occasions, blocking penalty corners as well as making a trio of brilliant reaction saves to deny Aussie striker Ashley Nelson.

The Australian pressure intensified in the latter stages of the half before an inevitable opener arrived from the stick of Jodie Schulz, who slammed a penalty corner just inside the right post in the 32nd minute. England felt that there had been an infringement and decided to get a second opinion from the video umpire, but the appeal proved to be unsuccessful and Australia’s lead remained intact.  

England earned two penalty corners in the final stages of the half but failed to make the most of their opportunities, a wastefulness which was ruthlessly punished by their opponents in the early stages of the second period. Georgie Parker bundled home a second goal following an intense goal-mouth scramble, with Karrie McMahon taking the score to 3-0 with a ripper of a penalty corner that gave Hinch no chance.

England tried valiantly to get a foothold in the match, with the ever dangerous Alex Danson going close with an inspired backhand volley after a typically mazy run. However, Hinch remained the busier of the two keepers, making more impressive blocks to deny the dominant Australians before the hooter sounded to mark the end of the game.

Australia were worthy winners of the contest and will take some stopping in their quest to become the first ever Hockey World League champions.  

  • Match 20
  • Date Sat, 7 Dec 2013
  • Time 18:30
  • Pool/Class SF 2
  • Venue

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