Women Water Polo XII World League 2015 Intercontinental Round Auckland (NZL) 28.04-03.05 +12 GMT - Winner United States
Tournament for teams outside Europe. Oceania - 2, Americas - 3 and Asia 3.
Played at West Ave Aquatic Centre.
Gamedatetimeteam 1scoreteam 21T2T3T
Final03.0519:30United States8-8Australia3-35-58-7
penalties: 4-2. Overall: 12-10.
Extra Man: USA: 3/8 - AUS: 0/11. Pens: USA: 1/1.AUS: 0/1. Referees: Svetlana Dreval (RUS), Diana Dutilh-Dumas (NED).
3-403.0518:00Canada9-7China0-22-36-4
Extra Man: CAN: 1/3. CHN: 1/11. Pens: CAN: 1/2 - CHN: 2/2. Referees: Cory Williams (NZL), Toshio Fukumoto (JPN).
5-603.0516:30Brazil7-4Kazakhstan1-22-24-3
Extra Man: BRA: 2/5 - KAZ: 2/5. Pens: KAZ: 1/3. Referees: Andrew Carney (AUS), Steven Rotsart (USA).
7-803.0515:00New Zealand13-10Japan3-16-611-9
Extra Man: NZL: 4/7 - JPN: 1/8. Pens: NZL: 2/2. JPN: 1/3.Referees: Boris Akberdin (KAZ), Fabio Toffoli (BRA).
1/202.0518:00Australia13-6China5-28-310-4
Extra Man: AUS 0/4 - CHN: 1/12. Pens: AUS 1/2.
1/202.0519:30United States11-9Canada4-37-48-4
Extra Man: USA 1/9 - CAN 1/9. Pens: CAN 2/3.
5-802.0515:00Brazil9-9New Zealand1-23-64-7
penalties: 3-1
Extra Man: BRA 0/7 - NZL 3/6.
5-802.0516:30Kazakhstan8-7Japan1-22-36-5
Extra Man: KAZ 2/10 - JPN: 2/9. Pens: KAZ 2/2 - JPN 1/1.
Quarter-Finals - virtual Play-Offs for Super-Final Women 2015.
1/401.0514:30China14-6New Zealand2-35-310-5
Extra Man: CHN 4/7 - NZL 1/6. Pens: CHN 2/2 - NZL 1/1.
1/401.0516:00Canada11-3Kazakhstan2-06-08-2
Extra Man: CAN 2/4 - KAZ 2/6. Pens: CAN 1/1 - KAZ 0/1.
1/401.0517:30United States17-0Japan4-012-014-0
Extra Man: USA 5/10 - JPN 0/6. Pens: USA 1/1.
1/401.0519:30Australia17-4Brazil4-110-312-4
Extra Man: AUS 3/10 - BRA 0/7.
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Final Ranking
Groups Round
Teams Composition
United States, Australia, Canada and Brazil qualified for Super-Final World League Women 2015.
China pre-qualified as Host.
Final RankingPtswdlgfgaWR
1.United States1751+0068:291.
2.Australia1650+1070:304.
3.Canada1240263:468.
4.China821+0351:512.
5.Brazil711+2241:5614.
6.Kazakhstan511+0435:6111.
7.New Zealand720+1345:6216.
8.Japan000640:7819.
WR - World Ranking
Tournament team: Brooke Millar-GK (NZL), Kami Craig (USA), Makenzie Fischer (USA), Nicola Zagame (AUS), Rowie Webster (AUS), Krystine Alogbo (CAN), Zihan Zhao (CHN).
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Groups Round.

All teams proggressed. Only played to make the elimination schedule.
Group Aptswdlgfga
1. United States930032:12
2. China511+0124:23
3. Kazakhstan201+0220:36
4. Brazil200+2121:26
TeamUnitChinKazaBraz
United States---8:215:69:4
China ---13:69:9
Kazakhstan ---8:8
Brazil ---
Tie break: head to head.
datetimeteam 1scoreteam 21T2T3T
28.0416:00United States9-4Brazil1-13-38-3
Extra Man: USA 2/10 - BRA: 3/6. Pens: USA 0/1.
28.0417:30China13-6Kazakhstan5-27-39-4
Extra Man: CHN 4/9 - KAZ: 2/9. Pens: CHN 1/2.
29.0414:30United States8-2China2-12-22-2
Extra Man: USA 2/9 - CHN: 0/6. Pens: USA 1/1.
29.0417:30Kazakhstan8-8Brazil3-24-47-6
penalties: 4-3. KAZ: Irana Svinarenko(2) - BRA: Melanie Dias(3), Izabella Chiappini(5).
Extra Man: KAZ 2/9 - BRA: 4/15.
30.0414:30China9-9Brazil4-27-48-8
penalties: 6-5. BRA: Melanie Dias.
Extra Man: CHN 3/13 - BRA: 0/6. Pens: CHN 1/1 - BRA 1/1.
30.0417:30United States15-6Kazakhstan3-18-410-5
Extra Man: USA 4/11 - KAZ: 1/9.
Group Bptswdlgfga
1. Australia930032:12
2. Canada620134:25
3. New Zealand310217:29
4. Japan000323:40
TeamAustCanaNeZeJapa
Australia----5:410:217:6
Canada ----15:715:13
New Zealand ----8:4
Japan ----
datetimeteam 1scoreteam 21T2T3T
28.0414:30Australia17-6Japan3-18-312-5
Extra Man: AUS 4/10 - JPN: 2/7. Pens: AUS 0/1.
28.0419:30Canada15-7New Zealand2-17-111-4
Extra Man: CAN 3/70 - NZL: 2/11. Pens: CAN 1/1.
29.0416:00Canada15-13Japan6-39-614-10
Extra Man: CAN 2/2 - JPN: 4/8. Pens: CAN 2/2 - JPN 1/1.
29.0419:30Australia10-2New Zealand3-28-29-2
Extra Man: AUS 1/7 - NZL: 0/6.
30.0416:00Australia5-4Canada3-14-24-4
Extra Man: AUS 1/7 - CAN: 1/5.
30.0419:30New Zealand8-4Japan1-03-14-2
Extra Man: NZL 2/8 - JPN: 2/8. Pens: NZL 1/1.
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Teams Composition

UNITED STATES: Carlee Kapana, Colleen O’Donnell, Melissa Seidemann, Makenzie Fischer, Caroline Clark, Madeline Musselman, Courtney Mathewson, Aria Fischer, Madison Berggren, Kaleigh Gilchrist, Paige Hauschild, Kameryn Craig, Elizabeth Armstrong. Head Coach: Adam Krikorian.
AUSTRALIA: Lea Yanitsas, Gemma Beadsworth, Hannah Buckling, Holly Lincoln-Smith, Isobel Bishop, Bronte Colenso, Rowena Webster, Ellodie Ruffin, Zoe Arancini, Bronte Halligan, Keesja Gofers, Nicola Zagame, Lillian Hedges. Head Coach: Greg McFadden.
CANADA: Jessica Gaudreault, Krystina Alogbo, Katrina Monton, Emma Wright, Monika Eggens, Jacqueline Kohli, Joelle Bekhazi, Shae Fournier, Carmen Eggens, Christine Robinson, Stephanie Valin, Dominique Perrault, Claire Wright. Head Coach: Johanne Begin.
CHINA: Jun Yang, Jianing Tian, Zhujia Wang, Xiao Chen, Guannan Niu, Xiohan Mei, Donglun Song, Cong Zhang, Zihan Zhao, Dunhan Xiong, Xinyan Wang, Jing Zhang, Lin Peng. Head Coach: Rick Azevedo.
BRAZIL: Tess Oliveira, Diana Abla, Marina Zablith, Marina Canetti, Lucianne Baroncass, Amanda Oliviera, Luiza Carvalho, Melanie Dias, Flavia Fernandes, Mirella Coutinho, Mariana Duarte, Manuela Canetti. Head Coach: Patrick Oaten.
KAZAKHSTAN: Alexandra Zharkimbayeva, Aruzhan Yegemberdiyeva, Aizhan Akilbayeva, Anna Turova, Kamila Zakirova, Irina Svinarenko, Zamira Myrzabekova, Oxana Saichuk, Darya Muravyeva, Darya Roga, Anastassiya Mirshina, Assem Mussarova, Darya Ryzhinskaya. Head Coach: Miroslav Trumbic.
NEW ZEALAND: Brooke Millar, Nicole Lewis, Kelly Mason, Hannah Klein, Simone Lewis, Sarah Landry, Miranda Chase, Ricci Ferigo, Emma Stoneman, Liana Dance, Kirsten Hudson, Jasmine Myles, Katherine Curnow. Head Coach: Attila Biro.
JAPAN: Rikako Miura, Chiaki Sakanoue, Yuri Kazama, Shino Magariyama, Moe Nakata, Ayaka Takahashi, Yumi Nakano, Mitsuki Hashiguchi, Kana Hosoya, Tsubasa Mori, Midori Sugiyama, Kotari Suzuki, Yoko Umeda. Head Coach: Keiji Oi.
Final
United States: Carlee Kapana, Colleen O’Donnell, Melissa Seidemann (1), Makenzie Fischer (4), Caroline Clark, Madeline Musselman, Courtney Mathewson (4), Aria Fischer (1), Madison Berggren, Kaleigh Gilchrist (1), Paige Hauschild, Kameryn Craig (1), Elizabeth Armstrong. Head Coach: Adam Krikorian.
Australia: Lea Yanitsas, Gemma Beadsworth (1), Hannah Buckling (2), Holly Lincoln-Smith (1), Isobel Bishop, Bronte Colenso, Rowena Webster (3), Ellodie Ruffin, Zoe Arancini, Bronte Halligan, Keesja Gofers (1), Nicola Zagame (2), Lillian Hedges. Head Coach: Greg McFadden.
United States survived a penalty shootout to beat Australia 12-10 after the match was tied at 8-8 by fulltime. The Aussie Stingers rattled USA with a 2-0 start inside two minutes thanks to Hannah Buckling’s score off a cross pass and Nicola Zagame’s centre-forward lob. Courtney Mathewson, who sat out two games because of a dressing-room injury earlier in the week, brought up USA’s first goal on extra-man advantage. It became 3-1 when Holly Lincoln-Smith lobbed at two metres. Then Mel Seidemann and Makenzie Fischer both scored on extra for 3-3 with one minute left in the first quarter. Australian again went to a two-goal margin thanks to a seven-metre lob from Rowie Webster and a backhand shot from outside four metres by Gemma Beadsworth. USA redressed the situation with a Makenzie Fischer penalty strike and Mathewson’s second goal, on extra-man attack, just 14 seconds from halftime. USA proved why it wins so much with a fantastic third period, Mathewson with a blast from seven metres cross cage and Makenzie Fischer scoring in a period of double exclusion for 7-5. Keesja Gofers, who missed a penalty shot late in the previous quarter, lobbed on counter, but Aria Fischer capitalised on an Australian defensive error for 8-6 at 2:36. Webster scored the fourth Australian lob of Carlee Kapana on counter 10 seconds from the final break for 8-7 in USA’s favour. Both teams were shut out in the final period and Australia failed to have a critical shot inside the final minute. It seemed no-one wanted to shoot. USA went to the far end and could not convert. Then the Stingers found some sting when Webster fired in a missile from well outside for the all-important equaliser 10 seconds from full time, for what was to become a penalty shootout. Both teams scored their first shots and then Australia hit the wood twice with USA went four straight after Hannah Buckling netted Australia’s second. USA deservedly won 14-12 on penalties.
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