2015 ASPAC Results

The Women's team finished 2nd, behind Japan
The Women's team finished 2nd, behind Japan
Image © Australian Lacrosse Association  
 
Australia defeated Hong Kong to win Bronze
Australia defeated Hong Kong to win Bronze
Image © Lacrosse WA  
 

Australia has two teams competing at the 2015 ASPAC Tournament.  The tourament is being held in Bangkok and finishes on July 11.  Follow the progress of both our Men's and Women's teams here.  

You can also like the official ASPAC page here, or follow @ASPAC_2015 for live updates.

Men's Competition

Day 1 - July 4

Japan 21 def Thailand 6

Australia 19 def Hong Kong 1

Singapore 12 def China 2

Korea 14 def Malaysia 2

Day 2 - July 5

Thailand 15 def Hong Kong 7

Australia 25 def China 0

Japan 37 def Malaysia 1

Korea 10 def Singapore 6

Day 3 - July 6

Singapore 10 def Malaysia 5

Thailand 19 def China 3

Hong Kong 6 def Korea 5

Japan 13 def Australia 7

Day 4 - July 7

China 13 def Malaysia 6

Japan 18 def Korea 5

Thailand 11 def Australia 9

Hong Kong 15 def Singapore 10

Day 5 - July 8

Hong Kong 12 def Malaysia 2

Australia 18 def Singapore 1

Japan 28 def China 2

Thailand 11 def Korea 5

Day 6 - July 9

Thailand 18 def Singapore 5

Korea 13 def China 6

Japan 23 def Hong Kong 0

Australia 15 def Malaysia 2

Day 7 - July 10

Japan 23 def Singapore 3

Thailand 1 def Malaysia 0 (Malaysia defaulted)

Hong Kong 15 def China 3

Australia 11 def Korea 5

Final Day - July 11

Bronze Medal Game

Australia 15 def Hong Kong 10

Gold Medal Game

Japan 11 def Thailand 9

Women's Competition

Day - July 4

Japan 19 def Hong Kong 0

Australia 9 def Korea 5

China 16 def Thailand 14

Day 2 - July 5

Hong Kong 14 def Thailand 2

Japan 12 def Australia 5

Korea 17 def China 1

Day 3 - July 6

Japan 15 def Korea 1

Hong Kong 21 def China 4

Australia 14 def Thailand 2

Day 4 - July 7

Day 4 was a rest day for the women's competition.

Day 5 - July 8

Korea 11 def Hong Kong 3

Japan 16 def Thailand 1

Australia 28 def China 1

Day 6 - July 9

Japan 16 def China 1

Australia 19 def Hong Kong 2

Korea 25 def Thailand 3

Day 7 - July 10

Day 7 was a rest day for the women's competition.

Final Day - July 11

Bronze Medal Game

Korea 19 def Hong Kong 2

Gold Medal Game

Japan 22 def Australia 5

 

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