2000 Women's Field Hockey Olympic Qualifier

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The fourth Women's Hockey Olympic Qualifier was held at National Hockey Stadium in Milton Keynes, England, from 23 March until 2 April 2000. Ten nations took part and played a round robin. The top five teams joined hosts and defending champions Australia (also Oceania Cup winner), Argentina (Pan American Games winner), South Korea (Asian Games winner), the Netherlands (European Nations Cup winner) and South Africa (All-Africa Games winner).

Team rosters[edit]

 Germany[edit]

( 1.) Julia Zwehl (gk), (2.) Birgit Beyer (gk), (3.) Denise Klecker, (4.) Tanja Dickenscheid, (5.) Nadine Ernsting-Krienke, (6.) Inga Möller, (7.) Natascha Keller, (8.) Melanie Cremer, (9.) Friederike Barth, (11.) Cornelia Reiter, (12.) Britta Becker, (13.) Marion Rodewald, (15.) Heike Lätzsch, (16.) Katrin Kauschke (c), (22.) Simone Grässer, (24.) Fanny Rinne, (25.) Caroline Casaretto, and (32.) Franziska Gude. Head Coach: Berti Rauth.

 Great Britain[edit]

( 1.) Carolyn Reid (gk), ( 2.) Hilary Rose (gk), ( 3.) Kristy Bowden, ( 4.) Jane Smith, ( 5.) Sue Chandler (c), ( 6.) Melanie Clewlow, ( 7.) Tina Cullen, ( 8.) Kathryn Johnson, (9.) Mandy Nicholson, (10.) Jane Sixsmith, (11.) Purdy Miller, (12.) Denise Marston-Smith, (13.) Helen Richardson, (14.) Fiona Greenham, (15.) Janet Jack, (16.) Kate Walsh, (17.) Sarah Blanks, and (18.) Lucilla Wright. Head Coach: Jon Royce.

 New Zealand[edit]

(1.) Skippy McGregor, (2.) Moira Senior, (3.) Kylie Foy, (4.) Sandy Bennett, (5.) Rachel Sutherland, (6.) Rachel Petrie, (7.) Anna Lawrence (c), (8.) Robyn Matthews, (10.) Kate Trolove, (12.) Mandy Smith, (13.) Lisa Walton, (14.) Suzie Pearce, (15.) Anne-Marie Irving (gk), (16.) Helen Clarke (gk), (17.) Caryn Paewai, (18.) Diana Weavers, and (31.) Tina Bell-Kake, Head Coach: Jan Borren.

 India[edit]

Tingonleima Chanu (gk and (c)), Helen Mary (gk), Amandeep Kaur, Marystella Tirkey, Kanti Baa, Sunita Dalal, Suraj Lata Devi, Sumrai Tete, Neha Singh, Kamala Dalal, Jyoti Sunita Kullu, Ferdina Ekka, Mamta Kharab, Surinder Kaur, Ngasepam Pakpi Devi, and Manorama Goswami. Head Coach: Gurdial Singh Banghu.

 United States[edit]

Kate Barber, Margaret Storrar (gk), Tracey Fuchs (c), Kelli James, Chris DeBow, Kris Fillat, Kristen Holmes, Katie Kauffman, Antoinette Lucas, Eleanor Race, Jill Reeve, Cindy Werley, Jana Toepel, Michelle Vizzuso, Tracey Larson, Tara Jelley, and Nancy Pelligreen. Head Coach: Tracey Belbin.

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Germany 10 4 3 1 0 11 3 +7
2.  Spain 8 4 2 2 0 8 4 +4
3.  United States 5 4 1 2 1 6 8 –2
4.  Ireland 4 4 1 1 2 3 5 –2
5.  India 0 4 0 0 4 2 10 –8
  • March 24, 2000
12:05
Spain  3 – 1  India
Mamata Kharab 70'


14:05
Germany  4 – 1  United States
Inga Möller Penalty corner scored in the 15th minute 15'
Cornelia Reiter Penalty corner scored in the 42nd minute 42'
Natascha Keller Field goal scored in the 62nd minute 62'
Nadine Ernsting-Krienke Field goal scored in the 65th minute 65'
Michelle Vizzuso Penalty corner scored in the 9th minute 9'
  • March 25, 2000
12:05
Ireland  1 – 0  India


14:05
Spain  1 – 1  Germany
Núria Camón Field goal scored in the 11th minute 11' Natascha Keller Field goal scored in the 59th minute 59'
  • March 26, 2000
14:05
United States  1 – 1  Ireland
Cindy Werley Penalty corner scored in the 4th minute 4' Kim Mills Penalty corner scored in the 69th minute 69'
  • March 27, 2000
14:05
Germany  4 – 0  India
Britta Becker Penalty corner scored in the 39th minute 39'
Nadine Ernsting-Krienke Field goal scored in the 47th minute 47'
Katrin Kauschke Field goal scored in the 56th minute 56'
Katrin Kauschke Penalty corner scored in the 66th minute 66'
  • March 28, 2000
12:05
Spain  2 – 2  United States
Sonia de Ignacio Penalty corner scored in the 53rd minute 53'
Maider Telleria Penalty corner scored in the 65th minute 65'
Eleanor Race Field goal scored in the 38th minute 38'
Cindy Werley Penalty corner scored in the 69th minute 69'


14:05
Germany  2 – 1  Ireland
Britta Becker Penalty corner scored in the 7th minute 7'
Britta Becker Field goal scored in the 46th minute 46'
Karen O'Brien Field goal scored in the 31st minute 31'
  • March 29, 2000
12:05
United States  2 – 1  India
Cindy Werley 48'
Tracey Fuchs 66' (ps)
Jyoti Sunita Kullu 31'


14:05
Ireland  0 – 2  Spain

Group B[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Great Britain 9 4 3 0 1 8 2 +6
2.  New Zealand 7 4 2 1 1 9 4 +5
3.  China 7 4 2 1 1 4 2 +2
4.  Japan 6 4 2 0 2 7 4 +3
5.  Russia 0 4 0 0 4 2 18 –16
  • March 24, 2000
16:05
Russia  1 – 3  China


18:05
New Zealand  0 – 4  Japan
  • March 25, 2000
16:05
Great Britain  5 – 0  Russia


18:05
China  0 – 0  New Zealand
  • March 26, 2000
16:05
Japan  1 – 2  Great Britain
  • March 27, 2000
15:15
Russia  0 – 8  New Zealand
  • March 28, 2000
16:05
China  1 – 0  Japan


18:05
New Zealand  1 – 0  Great Britain
  • March 29, 2000
16:05
Japan  2 – 1  Russia


18:05
Great Britain  1 – 0  China

Play-offs[edit]

  • March 31, 2000
5th/8th place
10:05
Japan  0 – 2  United States
Kris Fillat 34' (pc)
Kelli James 41'


5th/8th place
12:35
China  1 – 0  Ireland


1st/4th place
15:05
Germany  1 – 2  New Zealand


1st/4th place
17:35
Great Britain  2 – 1  Spain



  • April 1, 2000
9th place
11:05
Russia  2 – 1  India
Mamata Kharab 17'


7th place
12:45
Japan  3 – 0  Ireland


5th place
15:15
China  2 – 0  United States
Huiping Yang 6'
Zhaoxia Chen 11'
Umpires:
Michelle Arnold (AUS)
Jean Buchanan (RSA)
  • April 2, 2000
3rd place
12:35
Germany  1 – 0  Spain


1st place
15:05
Great Britain  0 – 1  New Zealand
Suzie Pearce

Final ranking[edit]

RANK TEAM
1.  New Zealand
2.  Great Britain
3.  Germany
4.  Spain
5.  China
6.  United States
7.  Japan
8.  Ireland
9.  Russia
10.  India

Remarks[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Name Goals
1. New Zealand Mandy Smith 5
2. Germany Britta Becker 3
New Zealand Kylie Foy 3
China Huiping Yang 3
New Zealand Suzie Pearce 3
Russia Irina Sviridova 3
United Kingdom Lucilla Wright 3
United States Cindy Werley 3

References[edit]