Peninsula Power – 1 (Kesiena ISAAC 81’)
Olympic FC – 2 (Prasiddha PAUDYAL 17’, Jayden DEE 68’)
The Olympic U23’s came away with a 2-1 win against Peninsula Power at AJ Kelly Park on Saturday afternoon.
The visitors took an early lead through Prasiddha Paudyal’s goal at the back post after being played in with an assist from Jayden Dee.
Olympic doubled their lead midway through the second half with Jayden Dee finishing off a well-placed one-on-one chance against the keeper.
Power’s late second half goal through Kesiena Isaac proved to be a mere constolation as Olympic were able to hold on to claim all three points and maintain fifth place in the league table.
Next up for the U23’s is a trip to face Gold Coast United at Coplicks on Thursday evening.
Peninsula Power – 3 (Tom BERZINSKI 6’, Liam CUMING 27’, 39’)
Olympic FC – 2 (Michael KONSTANTINOU 55’, Geordon VAITSAS 70’)
Olympic U18’s suffered a 3-2 defeat against Peninsula Power on Saturday at AJ Kelly Park.
Power hit the score sheet early with a goal from Tom Berzinski before a Liam Cuming brace sent the hosts into the break with a 3-0 lead.
The visitors found two goals back in the second half with Michael Konstantinou and Geordon Vaitsas finding the net, however the first half display proved decisive as Power took all three points.
Olympic stay in eighth place with Gold Coast Unied next up at Coplicks Sports Park on Thursday evening.
Olympic FC – 3 (Gibeom KIM 23’, Ben FOOTS 29’, Issack DANIEL 61’)
Western Pride – 0
The Olympic U16’s claimed their second win of the season in a 3-0 victory over Western Pride at home on Saturday.
The home side found the net early after Andrew Hunter assisted Gibeom Kim for a decisive finish from just outside the box.
The first half scoring continued with a goal from Ben Foot, who beat two defenders before firing a well-placed shot into the bottom left corner.
Olympic wrapped up all three points in the second half with Issack Daniel turning home a rebound after being denied from the spot.
Next up is a chance to make it two wins on the bounce against Peninsula Power at AJ Kelly Park on Sunday, 25 July.
Olympic FC – 0
Western Pride – 4 (OWN GOAL 32’, Luke RANTUCCI 42’, 70’, Lachlan BUCKMAN 72’)
Olympic’s U15 boys were handed a 4-0 defeat against Western Pride at Goodwin Park on Saturday morning.
An own goal saw Pride take the lead in the first half, with Luke Rantucci scoring again just before half time.
The visitors added two more in the second half as Rantucci got on the score sheet again and Lachlan Buckman rounding out the scorline shortly after.
Next up for Olympic is an away match at AJ Kelly Park against Peninsula Power on Sunday, 25 July.
Olympic FC – 5 (Edward HILL 17’, Liam HARDIE 24’, Ippei SUZUKI 44’, Benji LAM 59’, Aiden BARR 69’)
Western Pride – 3 (Oliver NORTHCOTE 14’, Bukuna IYENDJA 16’, Zachary AUMULLER 37’)
Olympic’s U14 boys returned to winning ways with a thrilling 5-3 victory over Western Pride at Goodwin Park on Sunday.
The visitors scored a pair of early goals through Oliver Northcote & Bukuna Iyendja but Olympic returned fire in the 17th minute through Edward Hill’s back post finish after Pride keeper, Cooper March could only parry Aiden Barr’s initial effort.
Liam Hardie restored parity in the 24th minute when he turned home an Ippei Suzuki corner with a first time finish.
Pride scored again through Zachary Aumuller in the 37th minute but Suzuki again levelled the scores when he put the finishing touch on a sweeping team move just 7 minutes later.
Benji Lam put Olympic ahead in the 59th minute, tapping home Barr’s cross at the back post before Barr rounded out the scoring himself ten minutes later – bundling the ball over the line after Hill’s initial shot came crashing back off the crossbar.
Sunday’s win leaves Olympic in fifth position on the league table after five rounds of action.
Olympic FC – 2 (Curtis DAY 15’, Keidis TAYLOR 17’)
Western Pride – 1 (Pearse LOGAN 36’)
Olympic’s U13 boys won 2-1 in a top of the table clash against Western Pride at Goodwin Park on Sunday Morning.
A thrilling first half saw Curtis Day find the net with a well-struck goal in the fifteenth minute.
Olympic’s doubled their lead only two minutes later with Keidis Taylor producing a goal from a pinpoint cross by Sam Lippi.
Western Pride gained a goal back in the thirty sixth minute, but Taylor’s goal proved the match winner as Olympic held on to stay in second place with all three points.
Next up for the U13 boys is an away trip to AJ Kelly Park against Peninsula Power on Sunday, 25 July.