Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Scott Vitale Carries the Ball against New Zealand

Australian wheelchair rugby player Scott Vitale carries the ball, pursued by a New Zealand defender, Tim Johnson (#7), at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. In the background, Vitale’s teammate Nazim Erdem looks on.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2006

Australian Team

Players –¬† Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5), Gary Read (0.5),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Grant Boxall¬†(2.5),¬†Patrick Ryan¬†(2.5)¬†George Hucks¬†(3.0),¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(3.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5)

Coaches РEvan Bennett (Head Coach),  Brad Dubberley  (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Manager)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 49 – Belgium 37
  • Australia 52 – Sweden 38
  • Australia 35 – Canada 38
  • Australia 50 – Netherlands 27
  • Australia 55 – Germany 45
  • Australia 46 – Japan 48

5th – 6th Final

  • Australia 41 – Great Britain 42

Final Ranking – 6th

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Australian team and results at the 4th Wheelchair Rugby World Championships , Christchurch, New Zealand, 12-16 September 2006

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2002

Australian Team

Players РRyan Scott (0.5), Nazim Erdem (0.5), Garry Croker (1.0), Peter Harding (1.5), Bryce Alman (2.0), Brett Boylan (2.0), Kevin Kersnovske (2.0), Grant Boxall (2.5), Steve Porter (2.5), Patrick Ryan (2.5), George Hucks (3.0), Brad Dubberley (3.5)

Coaches РTerry Vinyard (Head Coach), Glenn Stephens (Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager)

Australian Results

Final Ranking – 3rd

Australian team and results at the 3rd Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Gothenberg, Sweden, May 2002

Wheelchair Rugby, the most ‘in your face’ sport at the Games

George Hucks and a Swedish opponent come face to face in this collision during Wheelchair Rugby competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics. Australia had a narrow 39-36 win over Sweden.

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2014

Australian Team:

Players –¬†Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Ellery¬†(2.0),¬†Michael Ozanne¬†(0.5),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Chris Bond¬†(3.5),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Curtis Palmer¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†(2.0),¬†Jayden Warn¬†(3.0)
Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РSiobhan Crawshay (Team Manager), Elisha Gartner (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Nick Sanders (Performance Analyst), Scott Curtis (Physiotherapist)

Australian Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 55 – Great Britain 46
  • Australia 72 – Belgium 46
  • Australia 56 – Denmark 50
  • Australia 63 – Finland 43
  • Australia 68 – Canada 61

Semi-final:

  • Australia 60 – Japan 49

Gold Medal Match:

  • Australia 67 – Canada 56

Final Ranking –¬† 1st

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Australian team and results at the 6th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Odense, Denmark, 4-10 August 2014

Wheelchair Rugby World Championships 2010

Australian Team:

Players ‚Äď Nazim Erdem¬†(0.5),¬†Ryley Batt¬†(3.5),¬†Josh Hose¬†(3.0),¬†Jason Lees¬†(1.0),¬†Bryce Alman¬†(2.0),¬†Ryan Scott¬†(0.5),¬†Steve Porter¬†(2.5),¬†Cameron Carr¬†2.0,¬†Andrew Harrison¬†(2.0)

Coaches¬†–¬†Brad Dubberley¬†(Head Coach),¬†Greg Smith¬†(Assistant Coach)

Officials РKim Ellwood (Team Manager), Angela Mansell (Personal Care Assistant), Chevvy Cooper (Mechanic), Brett Robinson (Soft Tissue Therapist)

Results:

Pool Matches

  • Australia 65 – Japan 52
  • Australia 54¬† – Poland 36
  • Australia 53 – New Zealand 43
  • Australia 67 – Belgium 41
  • Australia 69¬† – Argentina 24

Semi-final

Australia 56 – Sweden 38

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 45 – United States 57

Final Ranking –¬† 2nd

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Australian team and results at the 5th  Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 21-26 September 2010.

Ryan Scott Takes the Ball Up

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryan Scott with the ball during the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Ryley Batt puts a Big Hit on New Zealand Opponent

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt gets airborne as he makes a big hit on the New Zealand ball carrier during the game at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Tim Johnson (#7) from New Zealand looks on and Batt’s teammate, Scott Vitale, looks for the opportunity to steal the ball.

Bryce Alman Moves with the Ball

Australian wheelchair rugby player Bryce Alman sizes up his options as he brings the ball down the court in the game against New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.