2009 EU Cup Australian rules football

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4th EU Cup - Aussie Rules
- Samobor 2009 -
Teams 15
Host Croatia Samobor
Date 3–5 October 2009
Podium
Champions Gold medal blank.svg
Runners-up Silver medal blank.svg
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg
Fourth place
England England
Netherlands Netherlands
Croatia Croatia
Spain Spain

The 2009 EU Cup of Australian rules football was held in Samobor (Croatia) from 3 till 9 October 2009, with 15 national teams.[1]

Venue[edit]

Matches were played on the small stadium of NK Samobor (main and auxiliary ground).

Teams[edit]

Group A
England England
Finland Finland
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Andorra Andorra
Group B
Croatia Croatia
France France
Scotland Scotland
Austria Austria
Group C
Germany Germany
Netherlands The Netherlands
Iceland Iceland
Italy Italy
Group D
Spain Spain
Republic of Ireland Ireland
European Union EU Crusaders[2]

Pools round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Score Team Score
England England 15.8 (98) Czech Republic Czech Republic 6.4 (40)
Finland Finland 10.4 (64) Andorra Andorra 10.1 (61)
Finland Finland 11.6 (72) Czech Republic Czech Republic 8.4 (52)
England England 17.5 (107) Andorra Andorra 8.3 (51)
England England 11.10 (76) Finland Finland 9.4 (58)
Andorra Andorra 11.1 (67) Czech Republic Czech Republic 8.3 (51)

Group B[edit]

Team Score Team Score
Croatia Croatia 20.10 (130) Austria Austria 5.6 (36)
Scotland Scotland 15.13 (103) France France 7.5 (47)
Croatia Croatia 12.5 (77) Scotland Scotland 9.6 (60)
France France 15.10 (100) Austria Austria 8.6 (54)
Croatia Croatia 13.10 (88) France France 9.4 (58)
Scotland Scotland 22.9 (141) Austria Austria 7.5 (47)

Group C[edit]

Team Score Team Score
Germany Germany 10.6 (66) Iceland Iceland 10.1 (61)
Netherlands Netherlands 12.4 (76) Italy Italy 7.8 (50)
Germany Germany 12.7 (79) Italy Italy 7.6 (48)
Netherlands Netherlands 12.6 (78) Iceland Iceland 11.8 (74)
Iceland Iceland 14.11 (95) Italy Italy 10.6 (66)
Netherlands Netherlands 10.10 (70) Germany Germany 11.3 (69)

Group D[edit]

Team Score Team Score
Spain Spain 12.7 (79) European Union EU Crusaders 6.3 (39)
European Union EU Crusaders 8.5 (53) Republic of Ireland Ireland 6.9 (45)
Republic of Ireland Ireland 10.8 (68) Spain Spain 10.7 (67)

Semi Finals[edit]

Match Team Score Team Score
Cup Semi Final Netherlands Netherlands 12.6 (78) Croatia Croatia 10.7 (67)
Cup Semi Final England England 13.10 (88) Spain Spain 9.8 (62)
Bowl Semi Final Iceland Iceland 16.9 (105) France France 10.5 (65)
Bowl Semi Final European Union EU Crusaders 7.10 (52) Andorra Andorra 8.3 (51)
Plate Semi Final Scotland Scotland 12.8 (80) Germany Germany 11.5 (71)
Plate Semi Final Republic of Ireland Ireland 13.13 (91) Finland Finland 7.2 (44)

Ranking Matches[edit]

Match Team Score Team Score
13th Place Final Italy Italy 14.8 (92) Austria Austria 7.5 (47)
Plate Final Iceland Iceland 10.11 (71) European Union EU Crusaders 8.4 (52)
Bowl Final Scotland Scotland 13.9 (87) Republic of Ireland Ireland 8.7 (55)
3rd Place Final Croatia Croatia 15.10 (100) Spain Spain 8.5 (53)

Grand Final[edit]

Team Score Team Score
England England 12.9 (81) Netherlands Netherlands 8.9 (57)

Best on Ground: Will Worthington (England)

Final Standings[edit]

1. England (EU Cup Winners)
2. The Netherlands (Silver)
3. Croatia (Bronze)
4. Spain
5. Scotland (Plate Winners)
6. Ireland
7. Finland
8. Germany
9. Iceland (Bowl Winners)
10. EU Crusaders
11. Andorra
12. France
13. Italy
14. Austria
15. Czech Republic

EU Cup Best & Fairest: Tomas Lundon (Ireland) & Josip Kravar (Croatia) – 16 votes

Leading Goalkicker: Marcus Crook (Scotland) – 12 goals

References[edit]

  1. ^ "EU Cup Results 2009". Archived from the original on 16 July 2011. 
  2. ^ Team with players from several countries.

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