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AUSTRALIA's ROSTER
# Name P Heigth DOB Place Of Birth Club
4 Erin Victoria
PHILLIPS
 -/- 19/05/1985 Carlton, Victoria
 (AUS) 
Adelaide Lightning (AUS) 
5 Tully Louise
BEVILAQUA
PG 165cm
5'5"
19/07/1972 Merredin
 (AUS) 
Indianna Fever, WNBA (USA) 
6 Jennifer
SCREEN
F 180cm
5'11"
26/02/1982 Newcastle
 (AUS) 
Parma (ITA) 
7 Penelope Jane
TAYLOR
F 183cm
6'0"
24/05/1981 Mount Waverley
 (AUS) 
Ekaterinburg (RUS) 
8 Suzy
BATKOVIC
C 195cm
6'5"
17/12/1980 Newcastle
 (AUS) 
CRAS BASKET TARANTO (ITA) 
9 Hollie Louise
GRIMA
C 189cm
6'2"
16/12/1983 Launceston
 (AUS) 
Pozzuoli (ITA) 
10 Kristi
HARROWER
G 166cm
5'5"
04/03/1975 Bendigo
 (AUS) 
Ekaterinburg (RUS) 
11 Laura
HODGES
F 188cm
6'2"
13/12/1983 Adelaide (Ashford)
 (AUS) 
Taranto (ITA) 
12 Belinda
SNELL
G 182cm
6'0"
10/01/1981 Mirboo North
 (AUS) 
Bourges Basket (FRA) 
13 Emma
RANDALL
PF 188cm
6'2"
05/06/1985 Melbourne
 (AUS) 
Bulleen Boomers (AUS) 
14 Rohanee
COX
182cm
6'0"
23/04/1980 Broome
 (AUS) 
Townsville Fire (AUS) 
15 Lauren
JACKSON
F 195cm
6'5"
11/05/1981 Albury
 (AUS) 
Seattle Storm, WNBA (USA) 
Average height:  183cm/6'0"   
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China vs. Australia 21/08/2008 AUS/CHN – No Penny, no problem as Opals beat China to reach gold medal game BEIJING (Olympics) – Australia didn’t have injured superstar Penny Taylor for their semi-final against China but they blew out the Olympic hosts anyway 90-56. Taylor sprained her ankle in Australia’s  more »
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Australia vs. Czech Republic 19/08/2008 AUS/CZE – Taylor injured as Opals trounce Czechs BEIJING (Olympics) – Australia wiped the floor with the Czech Republic in the quarter-finals of the Olympic women’s basketball tournament 79-46 but lost star forward Penny Taylor to a sprained ankle  more »
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Australia vs. Russia 17/08/2008 AUS/RUS – Opals trail at half-time but destroy Russia BEIJING (Olympics) – Russia led world champions Australia by as many as 16 points in the first half but the Opals increased the intensity on defense and finally found a way to score in 75-55  more »
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Lativa vs. Australia 15/08/2008 AUS/LAT – Opals rout Latvia in second half as Jackson explodes for tournament-high 30 BEIJING (Olympics) - Latvia gave Australia fits for a half and trailed by just three at the interval but the world champions blew them out the rest of the way in a 73-96 triumph in Group A. Australia  more »
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Australia vs Korea 13/08/2008 AUS/KOR - Aussies take control early and beat Korea BEIJING (Olympics) – Korea’s Beon Yeonha drilled six three-pointers on her way to a game-high 20 points but Australia overcame the awesome effort on Wednesday to remain unbeaten at the Olympics. The  more »
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Australia vs Brazil 11/08/2008 AUS/BRA – Opals beat resilient Brazil BEIJING (Olympics) – Australia threatened to run away from Brazil in the first half but in the end had to turn back a brave fightback from the South Americans to win 80-65. Laura Summerton, who is  more »
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aus_LaurenJACKSON2_s 09/08/2008 AUS/BLR – Opals thrash Belarus in opening game of women’s event World champions Australia enjoyed a flying start in their pursuit of a gold medal in China with an 83-64 mauling of Belarus in Saturday’s curtain-raiser for the women’s basketball tournament. Lauren  more »
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aus_prime_s 09/08/2008 AUS – Aussie Prime Minister Rudd meets and greets Opals BEIJING (Olympics) - Australia’s women have been such a huge international story since their gold-medal run at the 2006 FIBA World Championship that everyone wants to watch them play, and that  more »
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usa_s 05/08/2008 USA/AUS – United States hold off Opals in title thriller HAINING (FIBA Diamond Ball for Women) - The United States beat world champions Australia 71-67 on Tuesday night to win the FIBA Diamond Ball for Women. The game that really matters won’t be until  more »
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30/07/2008 AUS/BRA - Jacksonless Opals sweep world number four Brazil SYDNEY (Friendly game) - The Australian Defence Force Opals have swept their two-game international series against Brazil after recording an 85-62 victory over the world number four at the Sydney  more »
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