Congratulations Jenna, Mia, Macca, Greg and the rest of the team on your Bronze Medal.
The Aussies were trailing for most of the game, at one point down 5-2, before finally bringing the scores back to level and managing to go one for one with the Hungarians until the final buzzer at 7-7. The Australians were the first to score in extra-time, before
levelled moments later to take the score to 8-8. Hungary
With 11 seconds to play in the first period of extra time,
took advantage of a well-timed time out from Coach Greg McFadden to score and take a 9-8 lead before the final extra-time term. The lead wasn't to last, with Australia striking back with less than 30 seconds to go, forcing the game into a penalty shoot out. Hungary took the lead 1-0 after two attempts from each team, but the Stingers again fought back to win the penalty shootout 3-2. Hungary
Men: Pietro Figlioli, Trent Franklin, Toby Jenkins, Sam McGregor, Craig Miller, Tim Neesham, Aleksandr Osadchuk, Dean Semmens, James Stanton, Rafael Sterk, Nathan Thomas, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods.
9th (won 14-3 v Egypt, lost 8-4 v Italy, lost 8-4 Spain, lost 10-9 Greece, drew Germany 6-6, won 10-5 Kazakhstan, lost 6-5 v USA, beat Croatia 8-7).
Women: Belinda Brooks, Jemma Brownlow, Naomi Castle, Nikita Cuffe, Jo Fox, Kate Gynther, Kelly Heuchan, Emma Knox, Elise Norwood, Melissa Rippon, Rebecca Rippon, Bronwyn Smith, Jodie Stuhmcke.
4th (won 6-5
Italy, won 9-4 Kazakhstan, drew 7-7 Greece, lost 6-2 Greece, lost 6-5 ). USA
Men: Sean Boyd, Edward Denis, Andrei Kovalenko, Daniel Marsden (C),Craig Miller, Timothy Neesham, Mark Oberman, Rod Owen-Jones, Rafael Sterk, Nathan Thomas, Grant Waterman, Thomas Whalan, Gavin Woods.
8th (lost 4-6 v Russia, drew 11-11 v Kazakhstan, won 11-6 v Slovakia, lost 5-6 v Italy, drew 7-7 v Spain, lost 3-7 v Yugoslavia, lost 4-8 v Italy, lost 8-10 v Croatia).
Women: Naomi Castle, Jo Fox, Bridgette Gusterson (C), Simone Hankin, Kate Hooper, Yvette Higgins, Bronwyn Mayer, Gail Miller, Melissa Mills, Debbie Watson, Liz Weekes, Danielle Woodhouse, Taryn Woods.
1st: won 9-2
Kazakhstan, won 6-3 v Russia, lost 4-5 v Netherlands, won 7-6 v United States ofd America, won 9-4 v Canada, won 7-6 v Russia, won 4-3 v . United States of America
Did not qualify
5th Barcelona, Spain
Daniel Marsden, Geoffrey Clark, Guy Newman, Paul Oberman, Gregory McFadden, Simon Asher, Mark Oberman, Troy Stockwell, Raymond Mayers, Christopher Wybrow, Glenn Townsend, John Fox, Andrew Wightman.
8th Seoul, South Korea
Andrew Wightman, Richard Pengelley, Andrew Kerr, Donald Cameron, Christopher Harrison, Raymond Mayers, Christopher Wybrow, Glenn Townsend, John Fox, Andrew Taylor, Simon Asher, Troy Stockwell, Geoffrey Clark.
(lost 11-13 v West Germany, lost 4-11 v USSR, lost 5-7 v Italy, won 7-6 v France, won 13-2 v South Korea, won 8-7 v Spain, lost 5-12 v Hungary).
5th Los Angeles, United States
Glenn Townsend, Martin Callaghan, Raymond Mayers, Russell Basser, Russell Sherwell, Christopher Wybrow, Peter Montgomery, Richard Pengelley, Charles Turner, Andrew Kerr, Michael Turner, Julian Muspratt, Robert Bryant).
7th Moscow, USSR
Action during an extra man situation of the game
Australia vs Greece in 1980 Olympic Games. The Australian team winner of the game with 4-2: Michael Turner (Cronulla), David Neesham, Robert Bryant (Cronulla), Peter Montgomery, Julian Muspratt, Andrew Kerr (Cronulla), Anthony Falson (Cronulla), Charles Turner, Martin Callaghan, Randall Goff (Cronulla), Andrew Steward Moscow
(won v Bulgaria 9-5, won v Bulgaria 8-5, won v Greece 4-2, won v Sweden 9-4, won v Italy 5-4, drew v Romania 4-4, lost v Cuba 4-6, lost v Yugoslavia 2-9).
Edmond Brooks, Randall Goff, Andrew Kerr, Ross Langdon, Ian Mills, Peter Montgomery, David Neesham, Charles Turner, Paul Williams, David Woods, Rodney Woods.
(won 8-2 v Iran, drew 4-4 v Mexico, lost 6-7 v Hungary, lost 3-4 v West Germany, lost 5-6 v Canada, lost 3-4 v Canada, lost 5-8 v Cuba, lost 2-7 v USSR).
Nichol Barnes, Tom Hoad, Ian McLauchlain, Robert Menzies, Peter Montgomery, David Neesham, Les Nunn, William Tiley, Leon Wiegard, Michael Withers, David Woods.
12th (drew 7-7 v Greece, drew 4-4 v Bulgaria, lost 2-10 v Hungary, lost 3-6 v West Germany, lost 4-8 v Spain, lost 2-4 v Holland, lost 5-6 v Cuba, lost 3-5 v Romania).
Qualified but did not play.
Nichol Barnes, Stan Hammond, Tom Hoad, William McAtee, Ian Mills, Les Nunn, Edward Pierce, William Phillips, Graeme Samuel, Leon Wiegard, Michael Withers.
Eliminated in first round (lost 0-6 v
USSR, lost 1-3 v ). Germany
John O'Brien (Captain), Allan Charleston, Des Clark, Tom Hoad, Edward Pierce, Graeme Sherman, Richard "Dick" Thornett, Keith Whitehead, Keith Wiegard, Michael Withers.
Eliminated in first round (lost 2-6 v
Yugoslavia, lost 3-5 v Holland, lost 2-3 v ). South Africa
Peter Bennett, Jack Foster, Doug Laing, William McCabe, John O'Brien, William Orchard, Edward Pierce, Ray Smee, Keith Whitehead. Emergencies: James Farrell, Allan Charleston.
9th (lost first-round matches 2-4 v Romania, lost 1-9 v Yugoslavia, lost 0-3 v USSR, won 3-2 v Singapore, lost 2-5 v Great Britain; lost 2-4 v Romania in losers' round).
Peter Bennett, Jack Foster, Malcolm Hastie, William Orchard, James O'Doherty, Keith Whitehead, Anthony Fenech, Frank Jordon, Doug Laing, Ray Smee.
Eliminated (lost 2-10 v
Yugoslavia, lost 0-6 v ). Austria
Arthur Burge, Colin French, Les McKay, Roger Cornforth, Benjamin Dalley, Herman Doerner, Jack Ferguson, Leon Ferguson, Eric Johnston, Jack King.
Eliminated in first round (lost 0-9 v
Italy, lost 3-12 v ). Yugoslavia