England U17 women’s junior EU Nations Brno CZE Oct 2021 Results
England’s Junior Women have lost their opening match at the EU Nations U17 Water Polo Tournament 11-5 (3-2, 1-1, 5-1, 2-1) to Slovakia.
Simon Tomlinson’s team started strongly and more than matched Slovakia in a tight first half. However, the third quarter proved decisive, and despite all the England players giving everything in the final quarter, it wasn’t enough to avoid defeat.
England stormed to a 34-5 (9-0, 10-2, 7-2, 8-1) victory over Lithuania in their second match at the EU Nations U17 Junior Women’s Water Polo Tournament in Brno.
A brilliant and ruthless performance in all four quarters, as England dominated Lithuania from start to finish, and the perfect response to this morning’s defeat to Slovakia.
Scorers: Lucy Bullock (6), Charlotte Winstanley (2), Amélie Cornell (2), Philippa Danielson (5), Juliet Lyons (2), Harriet Dickens (4), Elizabeth Ross (3), Laura Skelton (4), Nyah Tomlinson (2), Isobelle Robb (3) & Isabella Balzaretti (1)
England’s Junior Women played out an epic battle with the hosts Czech Republic early on Saturday morning and were unfortunate to lose 12-8 (2-4, 4-1, 2-2, 4-1) in their third match at the EU Nations U17 Water Polo Tournament in Brno
A superb start saw England move 4-2 ahead in the first quarter, but Czech Republic – supported by a large partisan crowd – hit back in the second to take a 6-5 lead at the turnaround. The action was end-to-end throughout and it was only in the final eight minutes that the hosts managed to pull away to secure the win.
Scorers: Lucy Bullock (2), Juliet Lyons (1), Harriet Dickens (3) & Nyah Tomlinson (2).
England’s Junior Women put in a spirited display against tournament favourites South Africa, but went down fighting 19-4 (6-0, 6-4, 3-0, 4-0) in their penultimate match at the EU Nations U17 event. England’s scorers were Lucy Bullock (3) and Nyah Tomlinson (1).
England’s Junior Women have finished their EU Nations U17 campaign with an impressive 8-17 (1-4, 5-5, 1-4, 1-4) victory over Austria. Despite the early start (8.20am), England looked sharp from the first whistle and raced into a 4-1 lead.Austria hit back in the second, but England managed to hold on to their three-goal lead at the turnaround. Simon Tomlinson’s team dominated the third to go 13-7 ahead and there was no way back for Austria as England controlled the final quarter to comfortably close the game out and take fourth place overall.
England scorers versus Austria: Harriet Dickens (6), Lucy Bullock (3), Isobelle Robb (3), Jade Harper (1), Charlotte Winstanley (1), Amélie Cornell (1), Juliet Lyons (1) & Ruby Rosser (1).
A fantastic end to a great tournament superbly organised by Waterpolo.CZE
Congratulations to all the players and coaching staff, and a massive thanks for all the brilliant support here in Brno and back home