In the penultimate of the five match test series, Great Britain were keen to return to winning ways.
In front of a capacity crowd once again, Captain Kate Walsh led the visitors out on a day when she was also celebrating her 50th cap for Great Britain.
Great Britain started strongly and had all the early pressure. The first opportunity came in the 7th minute when a cross found Craddock at the top of the D for a great reverse shot that was just wide.
GB kept control of the game and it was only a rare defensive error from Cullen that gifted Argentina a one on one opportunity at the other end that resulted in a bit of scramble before it was cleared. Cullen redeemed herself just a few minutes later when following a good run she sent a great cross through the D which the diving Williams was unlucky not to connect with.
For the rest of the half it was all GB but despite great controlling hockey, they could not break the deadlock and the first half ended 0 - 0.
photos Janos Schmidt