Olympic won their third game on the bounce with a 3-0 victory and a clean sheet over SWQ Thunder at Goodwin Park in the FQPL Women’s 2021 season on Saturday evening.
Olympic got on the score sheet early with a finish at the back post from Tiffany Dibbley in the tenth minute, with the lead doubling after Rosie Sutton got in behind the defence and finished off her chance only two minutes later.
The second half saw Nadine Keast netting her four goal in the FQPL season so far in the 67th minute, finishing off the result and securing all three points for Olympic.
Saturday’s win sees Olympic stay on top of the FQPL Women’s ladder, tied with rivals Brisbane City on 29 points.
Tiff Dibley, Rosie Sutton & Nadine Keast all on target in Saturday's 3-0 win over SWQ Thunder 🔴⚪️— Olympic FC (@Olympic_FC) September 4, 2021
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FQPL Women’s 2021 – Round 7: Olympic FC v SWQ Thunder
Goodwin Park, Yeronga
Saturday, 4 September
Olympic FC – 3 (Tiffany DIBBLEY 10’, Rosie SUTTON 12’, Nadine KEAST 67’)
SWQ Thunder – 0
FQPL Women 2021 – Round 8: The Gap FC vs Olympic FC
Walton Bridge Reserve, The Gap
Saturday, 11 September (4pm KO)
Olympic’s next match will see them look to continue winning ways in their next match against The Gap FC at Walton Bridge Reserve, in round 8 FQPL action. Their previous result against The Gap saw Olympic win 4-1 at home in NPL Queensland Women’s 2021 action.
The Gap currently sit in seventh on 12 points, with their most recent result a 4-2 loss at home to Brisbane City in July.