Jillaroos Beat Russia 6-0 in Junior Hockey World Cup (Women)

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A hat-trick from Madison Fitzpatrick was central to the Jillaroos’ 6-0 victory over Russia on day two of the Ergo Junior World Cup in Mönchengladbach on Sunday. The Queenslander struck three times while teammates Murphy Allendorf (QLD), Kathyrn Slattery (WA) and birthday girl Emily Smith (NSW) also inked their names on the score sheet. The Jillaroos moved to the top of Pool C with the result following India’s 2-0 victory over New Zealand in the other match in the group. And while the six goal margin of victory was as comprehensive as might be imagined, it may well have been … Continue reading →




Spain Beat England in their Opener Game of Women’s Hockey Junior World Cup

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England Under-21 Women were left disappointed after losing out 5-0 to Spain in their opening match of the ERGO Junior World Cup in Monchengladbach, Germany, on Saturday. Despite playing strongly in many areas, England couldn’t stop Spain notching up a big win which could prove crucial later in the competition in one of the tightest groups of the tournament. Head Coach Craig Keegan said: “We’re all very disappointed with the result. However, the scoreline doesn’t paint the true picture. Author: “The Hockey Fan”; Last updated on July 28, 2013 15:46 . … Continue reading →




USA Beat Korean Women 4-1 in their Hockey Junior World Cup Opening Game

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July 27, 2013 – The commencement of the Ergo Hockey Junior World Cup in Mönchengladbach’s Hockeypark Stadium began in a remarkable fashion for the U.S. Women’s Under-21 National Team. Team USA took the pitch against Korea, one of the most successful teams in Women’s Junior World Cup history, having participated in all editions thus far and finishing on top in 2001 and 2005. Despite Korea’s previous impressive record at the tournament, Team USA was able to break a 1-1 halftime score and finish the game 4-1. Although first half Cup play bantered back and forth from end line to end … Continue reading →




Jillaroos Beat India in Women’s Hockey Junior World Cup Opener

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JILLAROOS 6-1 (HT:3-1) INDIA For Jillaroos: Kathryn Slattery 17 (F), Murphy Allendorf 19 (F), Madison Fitzpatrick 31 (PC), Brooke Peris 41,69 (PC,F), Anna Flanagan 46 (PS) For India: Anupa Barla 27 (F) Australia’s U21 women’s hockey team, the Jillaroos, saw off India in their opening match of the Ergo Hockey Junior World Cup in Monchengladbach, Germany, on Saturday night. A 6-1 win came courtesy of a quickfire double midway through the first half and goals either side of half time with Brooke Peris also netting late in the game. In between, India refused to lie down and threatened on a … Continue reading →




Final 18 Jillaroos Announced for Hockey Junior World Cup (Women)

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Hockey Australia has submitted its final 18-athlete Jillaroos squad for the women’s Ergo Junior World Cup in Mönchengladbach, Germany. The biggest tournament in junior hockey, the Junior World Cup 2013 will see Australia’s U21 women looking to reach the medal matches having finished fifth at the 2009 edition of the tournament in Boston. A 20-strong group has been preparing for the tournament with warm-up fixtures against the U21 sides of Germany, Korea and the Netherlands. But with competition regulations requiring teams to nominate a squad of 18, Jacqui Day (Mountain Creek, QLD) and Hayley Padget (Hurstbridge, VIC) are the unfortunate pair … Continue reading →




Ergo Hockey Junior World Cup 2013 (Women): Schedule and Results

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Ergo Hockey Junior World Cup 2013 (Women): Schedule and Results Venue: Warsteiner Hockey Park, Mönchengladbach (Germany) From July 27 to August 4, 2013 Final Standings: 1. Netherlands, 2. Argentina, 3. India, 4. England, 5. Spain, 6. Australia, 7. United States, 8. South Africa, 9. New Zealand, 10. Germany, 11. Korea, 12. China, 13. Belgium, 14. Canada, 15. Russia, 16. Ghana Participating teams: Pool A: Netherlands, Korea, USA, Ghana Pool B: Argentina, China, South Africa, Canada Pool C: New Zealand, Australia, India, Russia Pool D: England, Germany, Belgium, Spain Detailed Schedule and results: Author: “The Hockey Fan”; Last updated on July … Continue reading →