Veto Sports NPL Queensland Academy Wrap

Olympic FC

U23 Female
Logan Lightning – 1 (Nikola BAYER)
Olympic FC – 1 (Jacqueline BUCHANAN)

Olympic’s U23 girls were held to a 1-1 draw by Logan at Cornubia Park on Saturday afternoon.

Jacqueline Buchanan rifled a shot into the roof of the net from close range following an Olympic corner to put the visitors ahead before Nikola Bayer equalised from the penalty spot four minutes later.

 Saturday’s result leaves Olympic in seventh position with eight points to their name, eight rounds into the 2021 season.

Next up for the girls is a trip to Heath Park to face Eastern Suburbs on Saturday, May 22.

U23 Male
Olympic FC – 1 (Jayden DEE 90’)
Brisbane Strikers – 2 (Rahmat MORADI 67’, Isaac OBERHAUSER 85’)

The Olympic U23’s suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Brisbane Strikers at home on Sunday afternoon.

Olympic were faced with an uphill task from the 23rd minute when goalkeeper, Brandon Cuminao received a straight red card for dissent.

Strikers made their numerical advantage pay in the 67th minute when Rahmat Moradi put the visitors ahead before adding a second through Isaac Oberhauser in the 85th minute.

Jayden Dee pulled one back in stoppage time but it proved to be too little too late for ten man Olympic as Strikers took the points.

Olympic FC – 1 (Geordan VAITSAS 19’)
Brisbane Strikers – 1 (Lenny LA VIN 18’)

The Olympic U18’s were held to a 1-1 draw by Brisbane Strikers at Perry Park on Saturday afternoon.

All the matches goalscoring action happened in the space of two minutes when Geordan Vatisas put Olympic ahead in the 18th minute before Lenny La Vin equalised for the visitors just moments later.

Sunday’s draw leaves the Olympic U18’s in ninth on the league table ahead of Saturday’s trip to face Gold Coast Knights at the Croatian Sports Centre.

Olympic FC – 4 (Ethaniel MEDINA 36’ 51’, Gibeom KIM 40’, Anthony SARIDAKIS 79’)
Capalaba – 1 (Jayden RODGERS 14’)

The Olympic U16’s continued their winning run with a 4-1 victory over Goodwin Park on Friday night.

Despite falling behind to an early Jayden Rodgers Olympic hit back to lead at the break thanks to a pair of tidy finishes from Ethaniel Medina and Gibeom Kim.

Medina added his second and Olympic’s third of the night shortly after the restart when he picked up the ball on the left and drove past several defenders before firing a shot into the back of the net from a tight angle.

Anthony Saridakis rounded out the 4-1 win when he beat the keeper with a clever finish from outside the area after a well worked short corner by the home side.

Friday’s win leaves Olympic in second position on the league table.

Olympic FC – 2 (Junaid MIRZA 28’, Matthew REID 68’)
Capalaba – 0

Goals from Junaid Mirza and Matthew Reid saw the Olympic U15’s run out 2-0 winners over Capalaba at Goodwin Park on Friday night.

Mirza opened the scoring in the 28th minute when he disposed a Capalaba defender and finished at the near post from inside the area.

Reid wrapped up the 2-0 win when he cleanly dispatched a penalty, sending the keeper the wrong way in the 68th minute.

Friday’s win sees Olympic maintain their position in third on the ladder after eight rounds of action.

Olympic FC – 15 (Edward HILL 6’, Steven KAZOULLIS 11’, James KIM 19’ 29’, George KOUMPIS 24’, Liam HARDIE 34’ 65’, Fredrik BROCK 40’ 42’, Hyeon Jin KIM 38’, Liibaan ABDI 45’, Benji LAM 51’, Aiden BARR 55’, Cooper WATSON 67’)
Capalaba – 0

The Olympic U14’s recorded their biggest win of the season so far with a mammoth 15-0 victory over Capalaba at Goodwin Park on Friday night.

Edward Hill, Steven Kazoullis, James Kim, George Koumpis, Liam Hardie, Fredrik Brock, Hyeon Jin Kim, Liibaan Abdi, Benji Lam, Aiden Barr & Cooper Watson all got on the scoresheet in a landslide victory.

Friday’s win leaves Olympic top of the league after eight rounds of action.

Olympic FC – 8 (Matthew SAITO 15’, 46’, Curtis DAY 8’ 57’, Byron DAY 16’ 49’ 55’, Liam BURNS 33’)
Capalaba – 0

Olympic’s league-leading U13 side continued their unbeaten start to the season with a comprehensive 9-0 win over Capalaba at Goodwin Park on Friday night.

Byron Day scored a hat-trick, while Matthew Saito, Curtis Day and Liam Burns were also on target in a big win for Olympic.

Next up for Olympic’s academy sides is another round home matches against Wynnum Wolves at Goodwin Park next weekend.