2009 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy

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2009 Women's Hockey
Champions Trophy
Tournament details
Host country Australia
City Sydney
Teams 6
Venue(s) Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre
Top three teams
Champions  Argentina (3rd title)
Runner-up  Australia
Third place  Netherlands
Tournament statistics
Matches played 18
Goals scored 59 (3.28 per match)
Top scorer(s) Netherlands Maartje Paumen (5 goals)
Best player Australia Madonna Blyth
2008 (previous) (next) 2010

The 2009 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy was the 17th edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy for women. It was held between 11–19 July 2009 in Sydney, Australia.

Argentina won the tournament for the third time after defeating Australia 4–3 in the final on penalty strokes after a 0–0 draw.

Despite finishing runner-up, Australia were relegated from next year's tournament instead of the sixth-placed team England, due to England being the host of the 2010 edition. Relegation was decided based on rankings from the 2008 Olympics.[1] Australian coach Frank Murray strongly criticised the rule, calling it "a ridiculous qualification process", upon discovering prior to the final that Australia would have to win the tournament to avoid relegation. He stated that the tournament's lowest-placed team bar the next hosts should instead be relegated, and noted that the rule incentivised Australia to deliberately lose to England, to help England to finish higher than sixth.[2]

Teams[edit]

The International Hockey Federation announced the qualified teams for this event:[3]

Umpires[edit]

Below are the 8 umpires appointed by the International Hockey Federation:

  • Australia Julie Ashton-Lucy
  • South Africa Marelize de Klerk
  • Germany Christiane Hippler
  • South Korea Lee Keum-Ju
  • Netherlands Lisette Klaassen
  • China Miao Lin
  • Australia Lisa Roach
  • Canada Wendy Stewart

Results[edit]

All times are Eastern Standard Time (UTC+10:00)[4]

Pool[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Argentina 5 3 2 0 8 4 +4 11
 Australia 5 3 1 1 10 4 +6 10
 Netherlands 5 2 2 1 7 6 +1 8
 Germany 5 2 1 2 6 6 0 7
 China 5 1 1 3 9 9 0 4
 England 5 0 1 4 5 16 −11 1
     Advanced to final
11 July 2009
11:05
Netherlands  2 – 2  England
Agliotti Goal 59'
Paumen Goal 70+'
Report Long Goal 15'
Danson Goal 47'
Umpires:
Miao Lin (CHN)
Christiane Hippler (GER)

11 July 2009
13:05
Germany  0 – 2  Australia
Report Hurtz Goal 36'
Blyth Goal 43'
Umpires:
Lee Keum-Ju (KOR)
Wendy Stewart (CAN)

11 July 2009
15:05
Argentina  2 – 1  China
Garcia Goal 45'
Barrionuevo Goal 67'
Report Ma Yibo Goal 57'
Umpires:
Lisa Roach (AUS)
Lisette Klaassen (NED)

12 July 2009
11:05
England  1 – 3  Germany
Rogers Goal 2' Report Beermann Goal 25'
Rinne Goal 37'
Stöckel Goal 43'
Umpires:
Wendy Stewart (CAN)
Lisette Klaassen (NED)

12 July 2009
13:05
Australia  0 – 1  Argentina
Report J. Sruoga Goal 35'
Umpires:
Marelize de Klerk (RSA)
Miao Lin (CHN)

12 July 2009
15:05
China  0 – 1  Netherlands
Report Agliotti Goal 61'
Umpires:
Julie Ashton-Lucy (AUS)
Lee Keum-Ju (KOR)

14 July 2009
18:05
Germany  0 – 1  Netherlands
Report Schopman Goal 49'
Umpires:
Julie Ashton-Lucy (AUS)
Lisa Roach (AUS)

14 July 2009
20:05
Australia  2 – 2  China
Nelson Goal 45'
Eastham Goal 57'
Report Song Qingling Goal 50'
Liao Jiahui Goal 65'
Umpires:
Wendy Stewart (CAN)
Christiane Hippler (GER)

15 July 2009
18:05
China  2 – 3  Germany
Fu Baorong Goal 15'
Ma Yibo Goal 60'
Report Otte Goal 24'66'
Müller Goal 64'
Umpires:
Marelize de Klerk (RSA)
Lisette Klaassen (NED)

15 July 2009
20:05
Argentina  3 – 1  England
Garcia Goal 19'
Rebecchi Goal 30'
Barrionuevo Goal 51'
Report Herbert Goal 6'
Umpires:
Julie Ashton-Lucy (AUS)
Lee Keum-Ju (KOR)

16 July 2009
18:05
Netherlands  2 – 2  Argentina
Lammers Goal 49'
Paumen Goal 54'
Report Barrionuevo Goal 43'64'
Umpires:
Lisa Roach (AUS)
Marelize de Klerk (RSA)

16 July 2009
20:05
England  0 – 4  Australia
Report Arrold Goal 13'38'
Eastham Goal 25'
Munro Goal 55'
Umpires:
Miao Lin (CHN)
Christiane Hippler (GER)

18 July 2009
11:05
China  4 – 1  England
Ma Yibo Goal 23'
Fu Baorong Goal 40'
Song Qingling Goal 52'
Zhao Yudiao Goal 56'
Report Herbert Goal 44'
Umpires:
Julie Ashton-Lucy (AUS)
Lisette Klaassen (NED)

18 July 2009
13:05
Australia  2 – 1  Netherlands
Eastham Goal 2'
Arrold Goal 43'
Paumen Goal 9'
Umpires:
Marelize de Klerk (RSA)
Lee Keum-Ju (KOR)

18 July 2009
15:05
Argentina  0 – 0  Germany
Report
Umpires:
Lisa Roach (AUS)
Miao Lin (CHN)

Classification[edit]

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

19 July 2009
10:05
China  7 – 0  England
Li Hongxia Goal 3'
Ren Ye Goal 27'31'
Song Qingling Goal 37'
Fu Baorong Goal 52'53'
Xing Qian Goal 58'
Report
Umpires:
Christiane Hippler (GER)
Wendy Stewart (CAN)

Third and fourth place[edit]

19 July 2009
12:35
Netherlands  5 – 2  Germany
Hoog Goal 9'
Paumen Goal 14'29'
Agliotti Goal 21'25'
Report Hoffmann Goal 27'
Keller Goal 34'
Umpires:
Julie Ashton-Lucy (AUS)
Lisa Roach (AUS)

Final[edit]

19 July 2009
15:05
Argentina  0 – 0 (a.e.t.)  Australia
Report
Penalties
Barrionuevo Penalty stroke scored
Burkart Penalty stroke missed
Rebecchi Penalty stroke scored
D'Elia Penalty stroke scored
Aymar Penalty stroke scored
4 – 3 Penalty stroke missed Arrold
Penalty stroke scored Eastham
Penalty stroke scored Blyth
Penalty stroke scored Hurtz
Penalty stroke missed Boyce

Awards[edit]

Top Goalscorer Player of the Tournament Goalkeeper of the Tournament Fair Play Trophy
Netherlands Maartje Paumen Australia Madonna Blyth Argentina Belén Succi  Australia

Statistics[edit]

Final ranking[edit]

  1.  Argentina
  2.  Australia
  3.  Netherlands
  4.  Germany
  5.  China
  6.  England

Goalscorers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hockeyroos lose 4-3 in penalty shootout final against Argentina". Fox Sports AU. 19 July 2009. Retrieved 14 October 2010. 
  2. ^ Samantha Broun (19 July 2009). "Hockeyroos must win gold or be relegated". The Roar. Retrieved 14 October 2010. 
  3. ^ "FIH releases Qualified Teams for 2009 Events". FIH. 12 November 2008. Retrieved 2009-03-19. 
  4. ^ "FIH releases Samsung Champions Trophy schedule". FIH. 17 March 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-19. 

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