2001 Women's Hockey World Cup Qualifier

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2001 Women's Hockey
World Cup Qualifier
Tournament details
Host country France
City Amiens
Abbeville
Teams 14
Venue(s) 2
Top three teams
Champions  England
Runner-up  Russia
Third place  Ukraine
Tournament statistics
Matches played 55
Goals scored 217 (3.95 per match)
Best player Russia Marina Tchegourdaeva
1997 (previous) (next) 2006

The 2001 Women's Hockey World Cup Qualifier was the 10th edition of the Women's Hockey World Cup qualification tournament. It was held between 17–30 September 2001 in Amiens and Abbeville, France. The six highest placed teams would earn a berth to play in the 2002 Women's Hockey World Cup, to be held in Perth, Australia.

England won the tournament after defeating Russia 4–0 in the final. Alongside with Ukraine, Japan, Ireland and Scotland, these six teams qualified for the World Cup.

Qualification[edit]

All five confederations received quotas for teams to participate allocated by the International Hockey Federation based upon the FIH World Rankings. Those teams participated at their respective continental championships but could not qualify through it, and they received the chance to qualify through this tournament based on the final ranking at each competition.

Dates Event Location Qualifier(s)
7–11 November 1998 1998 Hockey African Cup for Nations Harare, Zimbabwe 1
18–29 August 1999 1999 EuroHockey Nations Championship Cologne, Germany  England
 Russia
 Scotland
 Ukraine
 Lithuania
 Ireland
 France
 Belgium
2–10 December 1999 1999 Hockey Asia Cup New Delhi, India  India
 Japan
 Kazakhstan
 Malaysia
8–18 March 2001 2001 Pan American Cup Kingston, Jamaica
2
 Canada
 Uruguay
^1Kenya withdrew from participating.
^2United States withdrew from participating.

Squads[edit]

Below is the list of participating squads.

Results[edit]

All times are Central European Summer Time (UTC+02:00)

First round[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Teams Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 England 6 6 0 0 20 3 +17 18
 Ukraine 6 3 2 1 19 17 +2 11
 India 6 3 1 2 14 5 +9 10
 Ireland 6 3 1 2 9 4 +5 10
 France 6 2 1 3 7 13 –6 7
 Kazakhstan 6 1 1 4 6 12 –6 4
 Uruguay 6 0 0 6 1 22 –21 0
     Qualified for 2002 World Cup. Advanced to semifinals
     Could qualify for 2002 World Cup
17 September 2001
11:00
India  2–0  Uruguay
Gusain Goal 20'
Kullu Goal 21'

17 September 2001
13:30
Ukraine  6–4  Kazakhstan
Savenko Goal 4'29'
Kolomiyets Goal 24'
Kobzenko Goal 30'
Fritche Goal 50'
Vasyukova Goal 57'
Svirskaya Goal 32'64'
Shelomanova Goal 48'51'

17 September 2001
17:00
France  0–4  England
Bennett Goal 12'
Wright Goal 37'
King Goal 43'50'

19 September 2001
10:30
Kazakhstan  2–0  Uruguay

19 September 2001
13:00
Ireland  1–0  India

19 September 2001
18:00
Ukraine  2–6  England

20 September 2001
13:00
Ireland  6–0  Uruguay
Report

20 September 2001
18:00
Ukraine  4–3  France
Bilyalova Goal 2'
Kobzenko Goal 5'
Kolomiyets Goal 19'
Savenko Goal 22'
Report Lazennec Goal 27'57'
Delloye Goal 40'

20 September 2001
20:30
England  1–0  Kazakhstan
Marston-Smith Goal 56' Report

22 September 2001
13:00
India  2 – 2  Ukraine

22 September 2001
15:30
France  0 – 0  Kazakhstan

22 September 2001
18:00
England  2 – 0  Ireland

23 September 2001
13:00
Uruguay  1 – 4  Ukraine

23 September 2001
18:00
France  1 – 0  Ireland

23 September 2001
20:30
England  2 – 1  India

25 September 2001
10:30
Kazakhstan  0 – 1  Ireland

25 September 2001
15:30
France  0 – 5  India

25 September 2001
18:00
Uruguay  0 – 5  England

26 September 2001
13:00
Ireland  1 – 1  Ukraine

26 September 2001
15:30
India  4 – 0  Kazakhstan

26 September 2001
18:00
Uruguay  0 – 3  France

Pool B[edit]

Teams Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Russia 6 5 1 0 25 5 +20 16
 Japan 6 5 1 0 17 1 +16 16
 Lithuania 6 3 1 2 13 10 +3 10
 Scotland 6 3 1 2 11 8 +3 10
 Canada 6 2 0 4 10 8 +2 6
 Malaysia 6 1 0 5 9 29 –20 3
 Belgium 6 0 0 6 6 30 –24 0
     Advanced to semifinals
18 September 2001
13:00
Belgium  0–5  Japan
Report Morimoto Goal 30'42'
Tsukui Goal 38'
Morishita Goal 50'
Iwao Goal 59'

18 September 2001
15:30
Lithuania  2–2  Scotland
Petrutyte Goal 32'
Gaidamaviciute Goal 53'
Report Simpson Goal 7'
MacDonald Goal 23'

18 September 2001
18:00
Canada  0–1  Russia
Report Bassaitchuk Goal 24'

19 September 2001
15:30
Japan  3–0  Lithuania
Miura Goal 15'57'
Kitada Goal 19'
Report

19 September 2001
18:00
Scotland  0–4  Russia
Report Polovkova Goal 32'55'
Velmatkima Goal 43'
Vassioukova Goal 57'

19 September 2001
20:30
Canada  4–1  Malaysia
MacNeill Goal 15'
Grimes Goal 29'50'54'
Report Mulim Goal 47'

21 September 2001
10:30
Malaysia  1–3  Scotland
Sahli Goal 42' Report Fraser Goal 2'
Simpson Goal 9'
Clement Goal 56'

21 September 2001
13:00
Japan  1–1  Russia
Miura Goal 36' Report Kravtchenko Goal 16'

21 September 2001
18:00
Canada  4–0  Belgium
Tingley Goal 7'17'
MacNeill Goal 47'
Rezanoff Goal 65'
Report

22 September 2001
13:00
Malaysia  0–6  Japan

22 September 2001
18:00
Canada  2–3  Lithuania
Price Goal 24'
Cuthbert Goal 46'
Report Kubilinskiene Goal 10'47'
Guibinaite Goal 36'

22 September 2001
20:00
Scotland  4–0  Belgium
MacDonald Goal 26'
Lampard Goal 44'
Grant Goal 56'
Simpson Goal 61'
Report

24 September 2001
10:30
Lithuania  3–0  Belgium
Petrutyte Goal 20'
Zvinklyte Goal 32'
Kubulinskiene Goal 55'
Report

24 September 2001
13:00
Russia  8–1  Malaysia
Kravtchenko Goal 20'
Dobrokhotova Goal 26'
Tchegourdaeva Goal 31'
Rotorgueva Goal 33'45'64'
Polokova Goal 62'69'
Report Soobni Goal 7'

24 September 2001
18:00
Japan  1–0  Scotland
Miura Goal 61' Report

25 September 2001
13:00
Russia  9–2  Belgium
Sviridova Goal 17'53'
Bassaitchuk Goal 21'68'
Kravtchenko Goal 44'54'
Tchegourdaeva Goal 47'
Velmatkina Goal 49'
E. Kravtchenko Goal 57'
Report Demeyere Goal 26'
Bouche Goal 29'

25 September 2001
15:30
Lithuania  4–1  Malaysia
Gaidamaviciute Goal 1'
Kubilinskiene Goal 7'
Petrutyte Goal 27'
Janutaite Goal 69'
Report Che Ibrahim Goal 64'

25 September 2001
18:00
Japan  1–0  Canada
Morimoto Goal 15'

27 September 2001
10:30
Russia  2–1  Lithuania
Kravtchenko Goal 6'
Bassaitchuk Goal 32'
Report Caikauskiene Goal 66'

27 September 2001
13:00
Belgium  4–5  Malaysia
Bouche Goal 2'
Tiffany Goal 35'
van Regemortel Goal 39'
Dequinze Goal 61'
Report Soobni Goal 12'
DevadasanGoal 16'48'
Mulim Goal 42'
Che Ibrahim Goal 68'

27 September 2001
15:30
Scotland  2–0  Canada
Simpson Goal 10'59'

Thirteenth and fourteenth place classification[edit]

29 September 2001
08:00
Uruguay  0–3  Belgium
Report Christiaens Goal 55'68'
Turine Goal 70'

Ninth to twelfth place classification[edit]

Crossover Ninth place
29 September 2001
  France  4  
  Malaysia  0  
 
30 September 2001
      France  3
    Canada  2
Eleventh place
29 September 2001 30 September 2001
  Canada  5   Malaysia  2
  Kazakhstan  1     Kazakhstan  5

Crossover[edit]

29 September 2001
10:30
France  4–0  Malaysia
Delloye Goal 17'44'
Hure Goal 53'
Bergere Goal 60'

29 September 2001
20:00
Canada  5–1  Kazakhstan
MacNeill Goal 4'56'60'
Taunton Goal 24'
Kopeck Goal 31'
Report Shelomanova Goal 57'

Eleventh and twelfth place[edit]

30 September 2001
08:30
Malaysia  2–5  Kazakhstan
Mulim Goal 9'
Sahli Goal 32'
Svirskaya Goal 16'
Apelganets Goal 40'54'
Shelomanova Goal 49'
Sumkina Goal 67'

Ninth and tenth place[edit]

30 September 2001
11:00
France  3–2  Canada
Llobet Goal 21'
Brechon Goal 55'
Lazennac Goal 66'
MacNeill Goal 45'47'

Fifth to eighth place classification[edit]

Crossover Fifth place
29 September 2001
  Lithuania  2  
  Ireland (p.s.)  2  
 
30 September 2001
      Scotland  1
    Ireland  2
Seventh place
29 September 2001 30 September 2001
  India  1   India  
  Scotland (a.e.t.)  2     Lithuania  

Crossover[edit]

29 September 2001
13:00
Lithuania  2–2 (a.e.t.)  Ireland
Kubilinskiene Goal 18'
Petrutyte Goal 34'
Sixsmith Goal 25'
McVinker Goal 66'

Match awarded to Ireland. Lithuania had won the penalty stroke competition by 6–5, but Ireland protested about an error in the strokes sequence. The FIH upheld the protest and determined to recommence the second series of penalty strokes, but Lithuania refused to and withdraw from the tournament.[1][2]


29 September 2001
20:00
India  1–2 (a.e.t.)  Scotland
Kharb Goal 7' Report Valentine Goal 27'
Simpson Goal 82'

Seventh and eighth place[edit]

30 September 2001
13:00
India   Lithuania

Match awarded to India following Lithuania's withdrawal.[3]

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

30 September 2001
13:00
Scotland  1–2 (a.e.t.)  Ireland
Grant Goal 9' Orbinson Goal 54'
McVinker Goal 77'

First to fourth place classification[edit]

Semi-finals Final
29 September 2001
  England  2  
  Japan  1  
 
30 September 2001
      England  4
    Russia  0
Third place
29 September 2001 30 September 2001
  Ukraine  1   Japan  1 (3)
  Russia  2     Ukraine (p.s.)  1 (4)

Semifinals[edit]

29 September 2001
15:30
England  2–1  Japan
Cullen Goal 38'
Bennett Goal 48'
Report Kato Goal 8'

29 September 2001
15:30
Ukraine  1–2  Russia
Tchegourdaeva Goal 7'44' Vasyukova Goal 28'

Third and fourth place[edit]

30 September 2001
15:30
Japan  1–1 (a.e.t.)  Ukraine
Miura Goal 15' Kolomiyets Goal 17'
Penalties
  3–4  

Final[edit]

30 September 2001
18:00
England  4–0  Russia
Walsh Goal 16'38'
Clewlow Goal 65'
Marston-Smith Goal 69'
Report

Awards[edit]

Player of the Tournament Young Player of the Tournament
Russia Marina Tchegourdaeva India Sanggai Chanu

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rain and Controversy at Women's World Cup Qualifier". PlanetFieldHockey.com. 2001-09-29. Retrieved 2012-10-31. 
  2. ^ "FIH Disappointed at Lithuania's Withdrawal from Women's World Cup Qualifier". PlanetFieldHockey.com. 2001-10-02. Retrieved 2012-10-31. 
  3. ^ "Doubt over Indian women qualifying for World Cup". rediff.com. 2001-11-02. Retrieved 2012-10-31. 

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