KARACHI Out of 118 goals scored in eighteen matches of the 31st Melbourne Champions Trophy, only 43 came from the conversion of penalty corners, according to statistics of the six-nation elite championship available here Tuesday. As many as 109 PC were awarded but the percentage of the PC conversion against the general perception was not high and just 39. Though Pakistan did not play in the elite championship but its name appeared when Taeke Taekema of Holland became the highest scorer of the competition. He scored 45 goals beating the previous best of 40 by Pakistans Sohail Abbas. Other interesting statistics of the championship compiled during the championships is as follow: 1 - Australias number 1 Jamie Dwyer was voted 2009 World Hockey player of the year. 3 - Three players scored a hat-trick at Melbourne 2009: Grant Schubert (AUS) vs NED, Pau Quemada (ESP) vs Korea and Nam Hyun-Woo (KOR) vs Spain. 3 - The least number of goals scored in a single match at Melbourne 2009 Australia - England 2-1 and Netherlands - Korea 1-2. 6.56 - Average number of goals scored per match at Melbourne 2009. This is the second highest goal scoring average in CT history after 6.94 goals per match in 2003. 6 - Number of goals scored by Melbourne 2009 top goal scorers Grant Schubert and Luke Doerner. 10 - Australia became the first team to collect 10 Champions Trophy titles. 10 - Australia beat Spain 10-3 to become the first team ever to score 10 goals in a Champions Trophy match. 13 - Australias 10-3 win over Spain broke the all-time record for most goals scored in a Champions Trophy match. 15 - Teun de Nooijer (NED) equalled Jeroen Delmees (NED) record for most CT participations (15). De Nooijer has been present at every Champions Trophy since 1995. 30 - Australia made their 30th Champions Trophy appearance at Melbourne 2009. Australia only missed out on the 2004 event. 31 - Melbourne hosted the 31st edition of the Mens Champions Trophy. The Champions Trophy was first held in 1978. 45 - Taeke Taekema (NED) broke Sohail Abbas (PAK) all-time record for most CT goals. Taekema is now on 45 goals in the competition. 45 - Number of different players to have scored at least once at Melbourne 2009. 109 - Number of penalty corners awarded, 43 of which were converted (39%). 118 - The number of goals scored at Melbourne 2009. This is only the fourth CT edition to see over 100 goals being scored, following 2007 (146 goals in 32 matches), 1980 (136 goals in 21 matches) and 2003 (125 goals in 18 matches). 171 - Australia have played a record 171 matches in Champions Trophy competition (91 wins - 36 draws - 44 defeats). 2485 - Total number of goals scored in all 31 Champions Trophy editions.