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Jillaroos win bronze at JWC

Monday, 5 December 2016 3:07:36 PM Australia/Sydney

Jillaroos win bronze at JWC

Jillaroos win bronze at JWC

Game v Spain goes to shoot-out

Author: Holly MacNeil/Monday, 5 December 2016/Categories: Hockey Australia News

 
 
JILLAROOS 1 (1) (SO 3)
Laura Gray 28 (FG) 

SPAIN 1 (1) (SO 1)
Florencia Amundson 6 (PC)  

Shoot out details 
Mariah Williams (AUS) Goal 
Clara Ycart (ESP) Miss
Kristina Bates (AUS) Goal
Begona Garcia (ESP) Goal
Laura Gray (AUS) Miss
Belen Iglesias (ESP) Miss
Kaitlin Nobbs (AUS) Goal
Lucia Jimenez (ESP) Miss 

The Jillaroos have won the bronze at the Junior World Cup in Santiago, Chile after their game against Spain went to a shoot-out following a one all draw at full time. The Jillaroos won the shoot-out 3 - 1 and in doing so won their first World Cup medal since 2001.
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Jillaroos to play bronze medal match

Monday, 5 December 2016 11:21:20 AM Australia/Sydney

Jillaroos to play bronze medal match

Jillaroos to play bronze medal match

Loss to Argentina in semi-finals

Author: Holly MacNeil/Saturday, 3 December 2016/Categories: Hockey Australia News

 
 
JILLAROOS 2 (0)
Greta Hayes 66 (FG) 
Mariah Williams 69 (FG) 

ARGENTINA 4 (1)
Bianca Donati 4 (PC)  
Lucia Anguinetti 44 (PC) 
Milagros Fernandez 57 (FG) 
Julieta Jankunas 70 (FG) 

The Jillaroos will play in the bronze medal match of the Junior World Cup on Monday after a crushing semi-final defeat by Argentina today in Santiago, Chile. 

The Jillaroos were on the back foot from the beginning of the match after Argentina’s Bianca Donati scored a penalty corner only 4 minutes in with the flick from the top of the circle squarely hitting the centre of the net.
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Jillaroos reach semis

Thursday, 1 December 2016 2:17:44 PM Australia/Sydney

Jillaroos reach semis

Jillaroos reach semis

On course for best JWC finish since 2005

Author: Lawrence West/Thursday, 1 December 2016/Categories: Hockey Australia News

 
 
Junior World Cup 2016
Santiago, Chile

 
JILLAROOS 7 (2)
Grace Stewart 5, 51 (FG, FG)
Madison Fitzpatrick 29 (FG)
Ambrosia Malone 48, 70 (FG, FG)
Savannah Fitzpatrick 64 (FG)
Michaela Spano 69 (FG)

BELGIUM 2 (2)
Lien Hillewaert 3 (FG)
Joanne Peeters 30 (FG)

Doubles from Rio Olympian Grace Stewart and Ambrosia Malone helped Australia’s under 21 women’s hockey team, the Jillaroos, to a comprehensive 7-2 win over Belgium in the quarter final of the Junior World Cup in Santiago on Thursday morning (AEDT).

The Fitzpatrick sisters, Madison and Savannah, both also found the target, alongside Michaela Spano with the win putting the Aussies into a semi-final showdown with defending silver medallists Argentina on Saturday morning (AEDT). 
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Jillaroos through to quarter finals of JWC

Wednesday, 30 November 2016 9:00:41 AM Australia/Sydney

Jillaroos through to quarter finals of JWC

Jillaroos through to quarter finals of JWC

Defeat homeside Chile 2 - 1

Author: Holly MacNeil/Tuesday, 29 November 2016/Categories: Hockey Australia News

 
 
JILLAROOS 2 (1)
Renee Taylor 6 (PC) 
Mariah Williams 55 (FG) 

CHILE 1 (1)
Denise Krimerman  

Australian U/21’s team the Jillaroos have made the quarter final of the Junior World Cup following a 2 – 1 win in their final pool match against home side, Chile.

The Jillaroos got off to a fantastic start with a penalty corner conversion giving them an early lead over Chile, the ball going swiftly into the net thanks to a superb flick from Renee Taylor following on from the corner injection from Savannah Fitzpatrick.

Only minutes later and the Jillaroos were up for another penalty corner opportunity, with Savannah Fitzpatrick injecting again. This time the shot on goal didn’t quite make the conversion and a scramble in front of the net resulted in the ball going back to the team from Chile.

Twenty-two minutes in, and Chile scored the equaliser. A penalty corner goal from their captain Denise Krimerman flicking straight past the Australian defence into the back right of the net.
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