Academy Wrap: Olympic FC vs Eastern Suburbs

Olympic FC

Olympic’s NPL Academy League sides faced off with Eastern Suburbs in hot and humid conditions at Goodwin Park on Sunday morning.  

Olympic came away with two wins, a draw and a defeat from Sunday’s action, highlighting the continuous improvement of the Olympic squads after losing three of four in their last meeting with Easts. .  

In the U16 match, Olympic were rewarded for their impressive high pressing which forced the opposition into a number of costly errors, coming away with a 4-2 victory.  

The U15’s dominated their match with their high possession game style running out 3-1 winners. 

Fast, powerful and organised play from the U14’s saw them take an early lead but were denied by a late equaliser to finish with a 1-1 draw and the U13’s were very unlucky to go down 0-1 late in the match despite a skillfull and disciplined performance.  

Technical Director, Jay Son was delighted with the performances from all teams.

“Today we played with our Olympic structure across all the age groups and created some great goals and patterns of play.” Son said.

“I applaud all the players on their outstanding effort and thanks to our Olympic parents for watching in the humid weather.”

Next up Olympic face Western Pride at Briggs Road in NPL Queensland Academy League action.

2020 NPL Queensland Academy League: Phase 2 – Olympic FC vs Eastern Suburbs
Sunday, October 25
Goodwin Park, Yeronga

Olympic 0
Easts 1 (Luke O’SULLIVAN 55′)

Olympic 1 (Ezrum SANTOS 2′)
Easts 1 (Ben HERMISTON 18′)

Olympic 3 (Ryan KIM 12′, Samuel MACLEOD 28′, Gibeom KIM 40′)
Easts 1 (Storme KAPUYA 73′)

Olympic 4 (Marvin RAI 45′, Newton KABENGELE 52′, Baxta DICKSON 57′, Ramin SATAR 70′)
Easts 2 (Mitchell YOUNG 58′, Jordie MEACOCK 73′)

Player of the Match
U13 – Cooper Watson
U14 – Matias Aloisi
U15 – Ryan Kim
U16 – Newton Kabengele