Olympic had to settle for a share of the points, playing out 0-0 draw against Gold Coast United at Coplicks Family Sports Park on Tuesday night.
Despite having the majority of possession Olympic were unable to break the deadlock in a match of few chances.
Jack Glover looked the most likely for the visitors, twice coming close with headers from set pieces while Shannon Brady, who was lively down the left throughout the 90 minutes also threatened on a number of occasions.
At the other end, Lachlan Hunter was rarely troubled as Olympic came away with their eighth clean sheet from 16 outings this season.
Youngster, Roshan Neupane, who’s scored six times for Olympic’s U23’s this season made his first team debut off the bench in the 84th minute.
Tuesday’s result leaves Olympic in third place on the NPL Queensland ladder with 32 points, with a game in hand on Gold Coast Knights in fourth.
NPL Queensland 2021 – Round 14: Gold Coast United v Olympic FC
Coplicks Family Sports Park, Tallebudgera
Tuesday, 20 July
Gold Coast United – 0
Olympic FC – 0
Next up is a return home to Goodwin Park on Sunday evening to face derby rivals Eastern Suburbs at 6 PM in NPL Queensland Round 18 action.
Easts currently sit in eighth position on the league table with 24 points to their name.
NPL Queensland 2021 – Round 18: Olympic FC vs Eastern Suburbs
Goodwin Park, Yeronga
Sunday, 25 July (6pm KO)