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The 11th edition of the annual Women's Champions Trophy took place from Saturday November 29 until Sunday December 7, 2003 at the State Hockey Centre in Sydney, Australia. The participating nations were hosts Australia, Argentina, title defenders PR China, England, The Netherlands, and South Korea.

Contents

Team rosters

 Argentina

(1.) Mariela Antoniska (gk), (3.) Magdalena Aicega (captain), (4.) María Paz Ferrari, (5.) Marina di Giacomo, (6.) Ayelén Stepnik, (7.) Alejandra Gulla, (8.) Luciana Aymar, (10.) Augustina Soledad García, (12.) Mariana González Oliva, (14.) Mercedes Margalot, (15.) María de la Paz Hernández, (17.) Maria Inés Parodi, (18.) Paola Vukojicic (gk), (19.) Mariné Russo, (21.) Inés Arrondo, (23.) Natali Doreski, (24.) Claudia Burkart, and (28.) Ana Macarena Rodríguez. Head Coach: Sergio Vigil.

 Australia

(2.) Louise Dobson, (3.) Karen Smith, (5.) Ngaire Smith, (6.) Megan Rivers, (7.) Peta Gallagher, (10.) Bianca Netzler, (11.) Emily Halliday, (13.) Wendy Alcorn, (16.) Cindy Morgan (gk), (17.) Rachel Imison (gk), (20.) Carmel Bakurski, (22.) Katie Allen, (24.) Angie Skirving, (25.) Melanie Twitt, (27.) Suzie Faulkner, (28.) Julie Towers, (30.) Sarah Taylor, and (31.) Katrina Powell (captain). Head Coach: David Bell.

 China

(1.) Nie Yali (gk), (2.) Xuejiao Huang, (3.) Chen Zhaoxia, (4.) Ma Yibo, (5.) Cheng Hui, (7.) Huang Junxia, (8.) Fu Baorong, (9.) Li Shuang, (10.) Gao Lihua, (11.) Tang Chunling, (12.) Zhou Wanfeng (captain), (13.) Ren Ye, (15.) Hou Xiaolan, (17.) Qiu Yingling, (19.) Chen Qiuqi, (26.) Chen Qunqing, and (29.) Zhang Yimeng (gk). Head Coach: Kim Chang-back.

 England

(1.) Carolyn Reid (gk), (2.) Hilary Rose (gk), (3.) Jennie Bimson, (4.) Jane Smith, (5.) Denise Marston-Smith, (6.) Melanie Clewlow, (7.) Purdy Miller, (8.) Anna Bennett, (9.) Mandy Nicholson, (10.) Lucilla Wright, (11.) Kate Walsh, (12.) Frances Houslop, (14.) Rachel Walker, (16.) Leisa King, (17.) Sarah Blanks, (19.) Joanne Ellis, (20.) Fiona Greenham, and (23.) Crista Cullen. Head Coach: Bob Crutchley.

 Netherlands

(1.) Clarinda Sinnige (gk), (2.) Eveline de Haan (gk), (3.) Macha van der Vaart, (5.) Jiske Snoeks, (6.) Maartje Scheepstra, (7.) Miek van Geenhuizen, (9.) Sylvia Karres, (10.) Mijntje Donners, (11.) Ageeth Boomgaardt, (12.) Sabine Romkes, (13.) Minke Smabers, (15.) Janneke Schopman, (16.) Chantal de Bruijn, (17.) Eefke Mulder, (20.) Wieke Dijkstra, (21.) Lieve van Kessel, (23.) Kim Lammers, and (24.) Femke Kooijman. Head Coach: Marc Lammers.

 South Korea

(1.) Park Yong-Sook (gk), (2.) Kim Yun-Mi, (3.) Lee Jin-Hee, (4.) Yoo Hee-Joo, (5.) Lee Seon-Ok, (7.) Han Sung-Mi, (8.) Lee Mi-Seong, (9.) Nam Jin-A, (11.) Kim Seong-Eun (captain), (12.) Ko Kwang-Min, (14.) Park Seon-Mi, (16.) Lim Ju-Young (gk), (17.) Kang Bo-Kyung, (18.) Park Jeong-Sook, (19.) Young Kang-Na, (20.) Kim Mi-Seon, (21.) Park Jin-Suk, and (22.) Kim Bo-Mi. Head Coach: Lim Heung-Sin.

Preliminary round

Match 1
2003-11-29
Argentina  3–1  South Korea
Match 2
2003-11-29
Netherlands  0–1  China
Match 3
2003-11-29
Australia  5–0  England
Match 4
2003-11-30
China  3–3  Argentina
Match 5
2003-11-29
Australia  2–1  Netherlands
Match 6
2003-11-29
England  1–2  South Korea
Match 7
2003-12-02
Netherlands  4–3  South Korea
Match 8
2003-12-02
Argentina  2–0  England
Match 9
2003-12-02
Australia  0–1  China
Match 10
2003-12-04
China  2–0  South Korea
Match 11
2003-12-04
Netherlands  0–1  England
Match 12
2003-12-04
Australia  1–1  Argentina
Match 13
2003-12-06
England  2–2  China
Match 14
2003-12-06
Netherlands  3–3  Argentina
Match 15
2003-12-06
Australia  5–0  South Korea

Standings

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  China 11 5 3 2 0 9 5 +4
2.  Australia 10 5 3 1 1 13 3 +10
3.  Argentina 9 5 2 3 0 12 8 +4
4.  Netherlands 4 5 1 1 3 8 10 –2
5.  England 4 5 1 1 3 4 11 –7
6.  South Korea 3 5 1 0 4 6 15 –9

Play-offs

5th/6th place
December 7, 2003
10:00
England  2–2 (4-2)  South Korea

3rd/4th place
December 7, 2003
12:30
Argentina  2–3  Netherlands

Final
December 7, 2003
15:00
China  2–3  Australia

Final ranking

RANK TEAM
Med 1.png  Australia
Med 2.png  China
Med 3.png  Netherlands
4.  Argentina
5.  England
6.  South Korea

Awards

 2003 Women's Champions Trophy Winners 

Australia
Sixth title
Best Player
Topscorer

Top scorers

Pos Player FG PC/PS Total
1. Australia Katrina Powell 3 1 4
2. Argentina Luciana Aymar 3 0 3
Argentina Agustina García 2 1 3
People's Republic of China Fu Baorong 2 1 3
People's Republic of China Tang Chunling 2 1 3

References


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