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Netherlands vs Australia - Women's Hockey World League Final Argentina Final [08/12/2013]

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Published on Dec 8, 2013

Day 6 and it's the Final of the Argentina Hockey World League Finals where we see Netherlands take on Australia for the Goal Medal Match.


The First Half saw Australia take the lead in the game when Anna Flanagan dragflick met the back of the net giving the Hockeyroos a 0-1 lead. During the game the Netherlands looked strong but Australia showed they were up for the challenge.

The Second Half saw The Netherlands came out strong and showed there intent in not giving up in this final gaining two goals in quick succession. The first came from a Penalty Corner and saw the Captain Maartje Paumen strong dragflick go across the fall and into the net bringing The Dutch back In the game. However this did not last long when Kitty Van Male's pass was met by Rosalin Drost who made her way into the D and her hit went through the keeper, putting the The Netherlands 2-1 up and leading the game.

However just when you thought Australia had a chance in getting back into the game, The Netherlands struck back and extended their lead when Kitty Van Male received the ball in the D from a Lidewij Welten pass and Van Male's shot was deflected off the unbalanced Rachael Lynch (GK) seeing The Netherlands go 3-1 up.

The Netherlands were on course to winning the game but made sure they would took all their chances, when Maartje Paumen hit the target again for the second time from another dragflick from a Penalty Corner, which put them 4-1 and giving Australia a big mountain to climb. However it was all game over for Australia when Lidewij Welten probably produced the Goal of the tournament when she picked the ball from the halfway line, showing excellent persistence and control and unleashed a fierce shot that deflected off Rachel Lynch (GK) again but all but sealed it for The Netherlands, who were far too strong on the night, crowing themselves the Champions of the World Hockey League.

Netherlands;

1 SOMBROEK (GK), 2 DERKX, 3 KEETELS, 4 van MALE, 5 PHENINCKX, 7 BOS, 8 de LANGE, 9 DIRKSE van den HEUVEL, 11. VERSCHOOR, 12 WELTEN, 13 van MAASAKKER, 17 PAUMEN (C), 19 HOOG, 22 MEIJER (GK), 26 DROST, 29 SCHOENAKER, 30 van GEFFEN, 32 de WAARD.

Argentina;

2 ROSSI, 4 LUCHETT, 5 RODRIGUEZ PEREZ, 7 CAVALLERO, 8 AYMAR (C), 11 REBECCHI, 12 MERINO, 16 HABIF, 17 SANCHEZ MOCCIA, 18 SRUOGA, 19 ALBERTARRIO, 21 SCARONE, 25 D'ELIA, 27 BARRIONUEVO, 28 SUCCI (GK), 29 GOMES FANTASIA, 30 SRUOGA, 31 MUTIO (GK)

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