2012 FIRS Men's B-Roller Hockey World Cup

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2012 FIRS B-World Cup
Tournament details
Host country Uruguay
Dates 24 November-1 December
Teams  (from 4 confederations)
Venue(s)  (in Canelones host cities)
Final positions
Champions  South Africa (1st title)
Runners-up  England
Third place  Austria
Fourth place  Uruguay
Tournament statistics
Matches played 34
Goals scored 281 (8.26 per match)
Top scorer(s) Macau Hélder Ricardo
2010
2014

The 2012 FIRS B-World Cup was the 15th edition of the Roller Hockey B World Championship, . This is an Official competition organized by CIRH. The competition was hosted in Canelones, Uruguay from 24 November to 1 December.[1]

Venues[edit]

Canelones was the host city of the tournament, and the Rink was enclosed the Sergio Matto stadium.

Matches[edit]

All times are Uruguay Time (UTC-3).

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Austria 3 3 0 0 10 3 7 9
 Netherlands 3 2 0 1 11 7 4 6
 Macau 3 1 0 2 13 17 -4 3
 Israel 3 0 0 3 5 13 -8 0

Austria  4-3  Macau
Manuel Parfant (3), David Huber Helder Alhada Ricardo (2), Augusto Fernandes

Netherlands  3-0  Israel
Niels Janssens (1), Jeroen Dwars (2)

Austria  4-0  Israel
David Huber (4)

Netherlands  8-5  Macau
Luuk Bischoff (2), Ricardo Van Den Heuvel, Niels Janssens, Jeroen Dwars (4) Hélder Ricardo (3), Augusto Fernandes (2)

Macau  6-5  Israel
Helder Ricardo (5), Nuno Antunes Urile Lirman, Lior Uliel, Doron Raz (2), Shon Kurland

Netherlands  0-2  Austria
David Huber, Manuel Parfant

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 South Africa 4 4 0 0 23 9 14 12
 England 4 2 0 2 18 12 6 6
 Uruguay 4 2 0 2 19 15 4 6
 Egypt 4 2 0 2 16 22 -6 6
 Mexico 4 0 0 4 15 33 -18 0
Uruguay  9-5  Mexico
Claudio Maeso (4) , Juan Manuel Campana (3), Martín Battistoni (1), Yonathan Velasco (1) Miguel González, José Macías, David Castellano, Juan González, Carlos González
Attendance: 1200

Egypt  4-3  England
Karim Abdelaal (2), Mohanad Salah Eldin (2)

Mexico  2-7  South Africa

Uruguay  5-2  Egypt
Juan Manuel Campana, Claudio Maeso (4) Karem Abdelal, Mostafa Elsayed

England  3-4  South Africa
William Smith Jack Pinheiro (2) Leandro Arujo (3), Claudio Araujo

Egypt  9-6  Mexico
Waleed Mohamed, Samy Ahmed (2), Karim Abdelaal, Mostafa Bdelhadey (3), Mohamed Salah Eldin (2) Miguel González (2), Carlos González (3), José Francisco Macías

Uruguay  2-4  England
Choco Velasco, Claudio Maeso Stewart Owen (2), William Smith, John Jones

Egypt  1-8  South Africa
Ahmed Salan Leandro Araujo (3), Claudio Araujo (2), Nelson Mendes, Michael Guerra, Ricardo De Sousa

Mexico  2-8  England
Carlos Francisco González, José Francisco Macías Stewart Owen (4), Grant Zaccaria (2), Dan Butcher, Wiliam Smith

Uruguay  3-4  South Africa
Mauro Corbo, Juan Manel Campana, Claudio Maeso Ricardo De Sousa, Leandro Araujo, Michael Guerra, Claudio Araujo

Knockout stage[edit]

Championship[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                   
28 November – Canelones        
  Netherlands  2
30 November – Canelones
  Uruguay  6  
  England  6
28 November – Canelones
    Austria  2  
  England  3
1 December – Canelones
  Macau  1  
  England  3
28 November – Canelones
    South Africa  4
  Austria  4
30 November – Canelones
  Egypt  1  
  Uruguay  1 Third place
28 November – Canelones
    South Africa  6  
  South Africa  5   Uruguay  1
  Israel  0     Austria  3
1 December – Canelones

Quarterfinals[edit]


England  3-1  Macau
Owen Stewart (3) Paulo Antunes

Austria  4-1  Egypt
Stefan Sahcer (2), Jacob Stockinger, Manuel Parfant Karim Abdelaal

South Africa  5-0  Israel
Claudio Araujo (2), Leandro Araujo (2), Ricardo de Sousa

Netherlands  2-6  Uruguay
Luuk Bischoff, Jeroen Dwars Claudio Maeso (3), Martín Battistoni (2), Mauro Corbo
Attendance: 1200

Semifinals[edit]


England  6-2  Austria
Owen Stewart (3), William Smith (2), Grant Zaccaria Manuel Parfant (2)

Uruguay  1-6  South Africa
Claudio Maeso Leandro Araujo (2), Ricardo De Sousa (2), Adilson Correia, Claudio Araujo

3rd/4th Place[edit]


Uruguay  1-3  Austria

Final[edit]


England  3-4  South Africa
Owen Stewart, Dan Butcher, John Jones

5th–9th playoff[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Netherlands 4 4 0 0 24 13 +11 12
 Macau 4 3 0 1 25 16 +9 9
 Israel 4 3 0 1 23 13 +10 9
 Mexico 4 1 0 3 18 28 -10 3
 Egypt 4 0 0 4 13 33 -20 0

Netherlands  7-4  Mexico
Jeroen Dwards (5), Nicky Luiteiler (2) Carlos González (2), José Macías, Miguel González

Macau  8-5  Egypt
Helder Ricardo (4), Nuno Antunes (2), Dionísio da Luz, Ricardo Atraca Mohanad Salah Eldin (2), Karim Ahmed Abdelaal (2), Ahmed Salan, Mohamed Mamdouh Hassan

Israel  10-3  Mexico
Uri Lirman (4), Shon Kurland (3), Saar Sharon (1), Marcelo Bendersky (1), Lior Uliel (1)

Netherlands  5-3  Macau
Hélder Ricardo, Nuno Antunes, Ricardo Atraca

Israel  10-0  Egypt
Tomer Levi (10)

Macau  7-5  Mexico

Netherlands  9-4  Egypt

Macau  7-1  Israel

Mexico  6-4  Egypt

Netherlands  3-2  Israel
Lior,Uri

Final Ranking[edit]

Pos. Country
1.  South Africa classified to WC 2013
2.  England classified to WC 2013
3.  Austria classified to WC 2013
4.  Uruguay
5.  Netherlands
6.  Macau
7.  Israel
8.  Mexico
9.  Egypt

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "15th "B" World Rink Hockey World Championships Results" (PDF). FIRS. 29 November 2012. Retrieved 29 November 2012.