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Match Schedule

The schedule below represents the match dates and times of the tournament, subject to any adjustments required by broadcasters.

Stage Gender Start Time (WA) Start Time AEDT Fixture / Result
Thursday 17 October
Match 1 - Match Sheet Women's 5:30pm 8:30pm Argentina 4 def Canada 1
Match 2 - Match Sheet Women's 6:25pm 9:25pm Hockeyroos 8 def Malaysia 0
Match 3 - Match Sheet Men's 7:20pm 10:20pm Kookaburras 4 draw Argentina 4
Match 4 - Match Sheet Men's 8.15pm 11.15pm Pakistan 5 def Malaysia 3
Friday 18 October
Match 5 - Match Sheet Women's 5:30pm 8:30pm Argentina 10 def Malaysia 1
Match 6 - Match Sheet Men's 6:25pm 9:25pm Kookaburras 8 def Malaysia 0
Match 7 - Match Sheet Women's 7:20pm 10:20pm Hockeyroos 7 def Canada 0
Match 8 - Match Sheet Men's 8.15pm 11.15pm Pakistan 5 draw Argentina 5
Saturday 19 October - Ausdrill Pink Ladies Day (buy special function tickets here)
Match 9 - Match Sheet Women's 12:15pm 3:15pm Canada 4 def Malaysia 1
Match 10 - Match Sheet Women's 1:10pm 4:10pm Hockeyroos 3 draw Argentina 3
Match 11 - Match Sheet Men's 2.05pm 5.05pm Kookaburras 2 def Pakistan 0
Match 12 - Match Sheet Men's 3:00pm 6:00pm Argentina 3 def Malaysia 0 
Sunday 20 October
Match 13 - Match Sheet Men's 10:30am 1:30pm Malaysia 2 def Pakistan 1
Match 14 - Match Sheet Women's 11:40am 2:40pm Canada 3 def Malaysia 1
Match 15 - Match Sheet Women's 12:50pm 3:50pm Australia 3 def Argentina 0
Match 16 - Match Sheet Men's 2:00pm 5:00pm Australia 9 def Argentina 4

 

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Ladders

Women's Pool Pl W D L GF GA GD Pts Men's Pool Pl W D L GF GA GD Pts
Hockeyroos 3 2 1 0 18 3 15 7 Kookaburras 3 2 1 0 14 4 10 7
Argentina 3 2 1 0 17 5 12 7 Argentina 3 1 2 0 11 9 2 5
Canada 3 1 0 2 5 12 -7 3 Pakistan 3 1 1 1 10 10 0 4
Malaysia 3 0 0 3 2 22 -20 0 Malaysia 3 0 0 3 3 15 -12 0

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Top Scorers

Women

Madonna Blyth (AUS) 4
Agustina Albertarrio (ARG) 4
Ashleigh Nelson (AUS) 4
Georgie Parker (AUS) 3
Luciana Aymar (ARG) 3
Martina Cavallero (ARG) 3
Carla Rebecchi (ARG) 3
Casey Eastham (AUS) 2
Brooke Peris (AUS) 2

Men

Muhammad Dilber (PAK) 5
Russell Ford (AUS) 4
Jamie Dwyer (AUS) 3
Agustin Mazzili (ARG) 2
Simon Orchard (AUS) 2
Matias Paredes (ARG) 2
Lucas Rey (ARG) 2
Guillermo Schickendantz (ARG) 2

 

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Top Scorers

Women's Men's
NELSON Ashleigh AUS 5 SCARONE Mariela ARG 1 FORD Russell AUS 6 NABIL ABDULLAH Mohd Shahrun MAS 1
BLYTH Madonna AUS 5 JUAREZ Gisele ARG 1 DILBER Muhammad PAK 5 QADIR Muhammad Arslan PAK 1
ALBERTARRIO Agustina ARG 3 SRUIGA Daniela ARG 1 DWYER Jamie AUS 4 BHUTTA Muhammad Umar PAK 1
REBECCHI Carla ARG 3 MERINO Dalfina ARG 1 MISRON AzLan MAS 3 HASSAIN Muhammad Salman PAK 1
CAVALLERO Martina ARG 3 DONOHOE Rachel CAN 1 MAZZILLI Agustin ARG 3 RIZWAN JUNIOR Muhammad PAK 1
AYMAR Luciana ARG 3 RUHANI Siti Noor Amarina MAS 1 PAREDES Matias ARG 3 RASOOL Shafqat PAK 1
EASTHAM Casey AUS 3 WISHART Kristine CAN 1 SCHICKENDANTZ Guillermo ARG 3 ROSSI Lucas ARG 1
PARKER Georgie AUS 3 WOODCROFT Amanda CAN 1 DE YOUNG Liam AUS 3 BARREIROS Guido ARG 1
PERIS Brooke AUS 2 RAYE Abigail CAN 1 TURNER Glenn AUS 3 OCKENDEN Edward AUS 1
CULLEY Thea CAN 2 ABDUL RAHMAN Nadia MAS 1 ORCHARD Simon AUS 2 ZALEWSKI Aran AUS 1
TAYLOR Jayde AUS 1 HENNIG Danielle CAN 1 REY Lucas ARG 2 IBARRA Pedro ARG 1
MESSENT Claire AUS 1 GARDINER Stephanie CAN 1 BEALE Daniel AUS 2 AHMAD TAJUDDIN Izwan Fidaus MAS 1
CLOSE Jayde AUS 1 SUMABTRI Norazlin MAS 1 MOHD NOOR Nabil Fiqri MAS 1 SIMPSON Glenn AUS 1
CALLIONI Facundo ARG 1

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The Teams

The Kookaburras and the Hockeyroos will be up against some of the fiercest opponents in the world. With both the men's and women's World Champions on display the stage is set for some almighty clashes. 

Here’s who is taking part. 


Australia (men) – the Kookaburras (ranked #2 in the world) 
Reigning World Champions, Olympic bronze medal holders, Commonwealth Games gold medalists and winners of the Champions Trophy for the past five years, the Kookaburras have been one of the top teams on the world stage for decades. The Hockey 9s format suits their lightning quick, clinically attacking style. Look out for the likes of five times World Player of the Jamie Dwyer, former World Juinor Player of the Year Eddie Ockenden, Chris Ciriello and home-grown WA talent Fergus Kavanagh.

Argentina (men) - (ranked #10 in the world)
Joining their illustrious female counterparts at the International Super Series Hockey 9s, Argentina's men's team are definitely a team to watch. Ranked tenth in the world they finished as runners-up to Olympic champions Germany at July's World League Semi-Final tournament in Malaysia. Gold medallists at the 2011 Pan American Games, Argentina also took gold at the 2012 Champions Challenge following at tenth place finish at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Coached by former player Carlos Retegui, who was at the helm of the women's team for its World Cup success in 2010, Champions Trophy gold in 2009 and 2010 and Olympic silver at London 2012.

Pakistan (men) - the Green Shirts (ranked #8 in the world)
Returning for their third edition of the tournament, Pakistan enjoyed their previous visit to Australia at the end of 2012. After competing in the Hockey 9s, they took home the bronze medal at the Champions Trophy in Melbourne, beating fierce rivals India. More recently, finish seventh at the FIH World League tournament in Malaysia. With more than 230 appearances for Pakistan, Shakeel Abbasi is one of their stars. The Commonwealth Games silver medal winner was named Player of the Tournament at the 2012 Champions Trophy. 

Malaysia (men) - (ranked #13 in the world)
Malaysia men make their Hockey 9s debut this year, following in the footsteps of their female counterparts. In July, the Malaysian men finished fifth at the FIH World League in their home country, narrowly missing out on the opportunity to contest the medal matches by a single point. They were the Asian Games silver medalists in 2010, losing out to Hockey 9s opponents Pakistan 2-0 in the final. It will be interesting to see whether penalty corner danger man Muhammad Razie Abd Rahim can transfer his 11-a-side form into the revised 9-a-side format; Abd Rahim scored six penalty corners at June's World League in Johor Bahru.

Australia (women) – the Hockeyroos (ranked #6 in the world)
Winners of the World League round three competition in London and Commonwealth Games gold medal holders, the Hockeyroos are once again becoming a force to reckon with on the global stage. With a side bursting with young talent like Anna Flanagan, Georgia Nanscawen and Emily Smith, well marshalled by the experience of the likes of Madonna Blyth, Casey Eastham, Teneal Attard and WA's own Ashleigh Nelson, Australia's women are an exciting and potent combination of youth and experience. 

Argentina (women) – Las Leonas (‘The Lionesses’) (ranked #2 in the world)
The reigning women’s world champions, Argentina are one of the top women’s sports teams anywhere in the world, in any sport! Silver medalists from the 2012 Olympic Games and winners of last year’s Champions Trophy tournament. Star players include seven times World Player of the Year Luciana Aymar, penalty corner danger woman Noel Barrionuevo and young gun Daniela Sruoga.

Malaysia (women) (ranked #22 in the world)
The Malaysian women return to Australia for 2013 on the back of two previous outings at the International Super Series Hockey 9s. Earlier this year, Malaysia finished third behind India and Japan at the World League round two competition in India.

Canada (women) (ranked #23 in the world)
Canada’s women’s team are set to experience the hockey 9s format for the very first time this October. Coached by Australian Ian Rutledge, Canada will arrive in Perth on the back of September’s Pan American Cup in Argentina, where they will come up against International Super Series contenders Argentina.

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