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

NED V AUS ( Final ) Argentina Hockey World League Final Tucuman 2013

NED
5 - 1
AUS

Match Review NED - AUS 5-1

Netherlands vs Australia - Women's Hockey World Le…Posted March 10, 2015

Goals

Team Minute Shirt # Player Action Score
AUS 6 9 FLANAGAN Anna PC 0 - 1
NED 43 17 PAUMEN Maartje PC 1 - 1
NED 43 26 DROST Rosalin FG 2 - 1
NED 52 4 van MALE Kitty FG 3 - 1
NED 64 17 PAUMEN Maartje PC 4 - 1
NED 67 12 WELTEN Lidewij FG 5 - 1

NED

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
1 SOMBROEK Joyce
X
2 DERKX Frederique
X
3 KEETELS Marloes
X
4 van MALE Kitty 1
8
5 PHENINCKX Malou
X
7 BOS Willemijn
6
8 de LANGE Lisanne
X
9 DIRKSE van den HEUVEL Carlien
X
11 VERSCHOOR Maria
X
12 WELTEN Lidewij 1
6
13 van MAASAKKER Caia
X
17 PAUMEN Maartje 2
X
19 HOOG Ellen
Bench
22 MEIJER Larissa
8
26 DROST Rosalin 1
X
29 SCHOENAKER Jacky
4
30 van GEFFEN Margot
8
32 de WAARD Xan
  Team Manager ZEGERS Margriet
  Physiotherapist VEEN Johannes
  Medical Doctor van BENTUM Conny
  Head Coach CALDAS Max
  Assistant Coach BOOMGAARDT Ageeth

AUS

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
4 EASTHAM Casey
Bench
5 WELLS Ashlee
4
6 JOHNSON Kirsten
X
7 SCHULZ Jodie
6
8 NELSON Ashleigh
X
9 FLANAGAN Anna 1
X
11 McMAHON Karrie
X
12 BLYTH Madonna
X
13 BONE Edwina
X
16 WHITE Kellie
6
17 PERIS Brooke
3
18 CLAXTON Jane
X
19 PARKER Georgie
6
22 JENNER Kate
X
23 MESSENT Claire
X
26 SMITH Emily
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 BLOCK Frances
Video Umpire METCHETTE Carol
Judge 1 TAKEDA HIRATA Alicia
Judge 2 TABO Katherina
Technical Officer RINALDINI Lorena

Paumen inspires Netherlands to World League glory

The Netherlands have been crowned as the inaugural winners of the Hockey World League thanks to a stunning 5-1 win against Australia in the tournament final in San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina.  

A sell-out crowd watch a fiercely contested match as the Olympic champions fought back from Anna Flannagan’s early penalty corner strike to emerge as winners courtesy of second half strikes from Maartje Paumen (2), Roos Drost, Kitty van Male and a brilliant solo goal from player of the tournament Lidewij Welten.

Australia came into the game buzzing with confidence following a string of wonderful performances, but how they would cope against the Olympic champions was anyone’s guess. However, fans both here in Tucuman and those watching on the global broadcast soon found out that they were more than capable of trading blows with their illustrious rivals.

The Hockeyroos shocked their opponents in the 6th minute of the match when Anna Flanagan netted with a deflected penalty corner drag-flick, a lead that lasted until the early stages second half when the European giants turned the match on its head with two goals in the 43rd minute.  Netherlands captain Maartje Paumen netted the leveller with a low penalty corner drag flick before pacey winger Roos Drost surged into the circle from the left and slipped the ball between the legs of Australia keeper Rachael Lynch.

Australia rallied hard to restore parity, but a 52nd minute field goal from Kitty van Male took the score to 3-1 to provide some breathing space.

Paumen claimed her second of the game and her team’s fourth with another brilliant penalty corner effort before Welten produced a moment of magic to move past three Australian players before lashing home a ferocious strike to seal the win.

Welten’s goal was a fitting way to end what has been a sensational first edition of the Hockey World League, with the teams now switching their attentions to next year’s Rabobank Hockey World Cup in The Hague, Netherlands.

Standings
Gold: Netherlands
Silver: Australia
Bronze: England
4th: Argentina
5th: New Zealand
6th: China
7th: Germany
8th: Korea

Individual Awards

Player of the Tournament: Lidewij Welten (NED)

Goalkeeper of the Tournament: Maddie Hinch (ENG)

Top scorer: Maartje Paumen (NED) – 6 goals.

  • Match 24
  • Date Sun, 8 Dec 2013
  • Time 21:00
  • Pool/Class Final
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