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20 November 2013

Results and schedule from Asia-Oceania Championship

South Africa Wheelchair Rugby is set to host the IWRF 2013 Asia-Oceania Championship in Pretoria, South Africa this week (November 16-23), which is a qualifier for the IWRF 2014 World Championship to be held in Odense, Denmark next August.

 

The tournament will be held at the LC de Villiers Stadium at the University of Pretoria, and will feature national teams from Australia, Japan, New Zealand and host country South Africa.

 

Admission is free, and the schedule and team rosters are posted below. All games will be webcast live at www.IWRF.com For more information please call +27 12 420 0842 or email


 

 
Schedule
 
IWRF Asia-Oceania Championship
Pretoria, South Africa
Wednesday, November 20, 2013   Score
10:00 4 v 1 - South Africa vs. Australia 20-71
12:00 2 v 3 - Japan vs. New Zealand 55-40
16:00 1 v 3 - Australia vs. New Zealand 70-44
18:00 2 v 4 - Japan vs. South Africa 66-31
Thursday, November 21, 2013 
Score
10:00 2 v 4 - New Zealand vs. South Africa  50-25
12:00 1 v 2 - Australia vs. Japan  (forfeit)   0-1
16:00 4 v 2 - South Africa vs. Japan 37-59
18:00 3 v 1 - New Zealand vs. Australia 52-45
Friday, November 22, 2013  Score
10:00 4 v 3 - South Africa vs. New Zealand 23-40
12:00 2 v 1 - Japan vs. Australia 46-52
16:00 1 v 4 - Australia vs. South Africa 56-27
18:00 3 v 2 - New Zealand vs. Japan 48-55
Saturday, November 23, 2013  Score 
12:00 3 vs. 4 - South Africa vs. New Zealand - Bronze medal game 33-65
14:00 1 vs. 2 - Japan  vs. Australia - IWRF Asia-Oceania Championship 48-55

 


 

 

Team Rosters

AUSTRALIA

0.5 - Nazim Erdem
0.5 - Ben Fawcett
0.5 - Michael Ozanne
1.0 - Jason Lees
1.5 - Jason Ellery
2.0 - Cameron Carr
2.5 - Curtis Palmer
3.0 - Jayden Warn
3.5 - Chris Bond
3.5 - Ryley Batt
Coach - Brad Dubberley
Manager - Paul Kitely

NEW ZEALAND
0.5 - Gavin Rolton
1.0 - Adam Wakeford
1.0 - Phil Spring
2.0 - Rob Hewitt
2.0 - Sholto Taylor
2.5 – Maia Amai (F)
3.0 - Cameron Leslie
3.0 - Dan Buckingham
3.5 - Barney Koneferenisi
Coach - Peter Martin
Manager - Cherie Porter

JAPAN
0.5 - Tadanori Kawashita
0.5 - Kotaro Kishi
1.0 - Hidefumi Wakayama

1.0 - Takahisa Yamaguchi
1.0 - Tomoaki Imai

2.0 - Takeshi Shoji

2.0 - Masayuki Haga 
2.5 - Shin Nakazato

2.5 - Yu Nagayasu

3.0 - Shinichi Shimakawa
3.0 - Daisuke Ikezaki
3.0 - Yukinobu Ike

Coach – Adam Frost
Assistant Coach - Koichi Ogino
Assistant Coach - Makiko Harada
Manager - Shinya Yamada

SOUTH AFRICA
0.5 - Bennie Dorfling
1.0 - Bennie Erasmus
2.0 - Troye Collins
2.0 - Victor Buitendag
2.0 - Katherine Swanepoel (F)
2.0 - Yolande Oosthuysen (F)
2.5 - Clyde Holland
2.0 - Enrico Avenant
2.0 - Johnny Sutil
2.5 - Jared Mcintyre
2.5 - Koos Jacobs
3.5 - Okker Anker
Assistant Coach - Cobus Van Zyl
Manager - Gerrit Jansen Van Rensburg