Souths United – 6 (Katana BAILEY 9’ 16’ 18’ 58’, Josephine BOLAND 45’ Brianna DUSEAU 69’)
Olympic FC – 0
A difficult evening for Olympic’s U23 Women, going down 6-0 to Souths United, who extend their unbeaten start to the 2021 season.
Katana Bailey starred for the hosts, netting four times with Josephine Boland and Brianna Duseau scoring Souths other goals.
The U23’s now regroup ahead of next Saturday’s home clash against SWQ Thunder at Goodwin Park (4pm KO).
Olympic FC – 4 (Roshan NEUPANE 33’ 47’ 71’, Adrian ADEBIYI 59’)
Sunshine Coast Wanderers – 1 (Thomas WHITTAKER 85’)
The U23’s maintained their position in the competition’s top four with a comprehensive 4-1 victory over Sunshine Coast Wanderers on Sunday afternoon.
Roshan Neupane was the star of the show, netting a hat-trick with Adrian Adebiyi scoring the sides other goal.
Neupane opened the scoring in the 33rd minute with a stunning curling effort from the edge of the area before doubling Olympic’s advantage in the opening minutes of the second half after combining with Adebiyi and finishing from close range.
Adebiyi then got in on the act himself, breaking away from the Wanderers defence before finishing a one-on-one past Lucas Terpcou.
Neupane completed his hat-trick when he won and converted a penalty in the 71st minute before Wanderers hit back with a penalty of their own in the 85th minute to round out the 4-1 score line.
Olympic FC – 0
Sunshine Coast Wanderers – 2
Despite battling hard all afternoon, Olympic’s U18’s suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Sunshine Coast Wanderers on Sunday.
Focus for the side who sit in sixth position after five rounds now turns to a clash on the road against third place Lions at Lions Stadium on Sunday, May 2.
Mitchelton FC – 2 (Kai FARRELL 22’, Armani NICOTRA 37’)
Olympic FC – 2 (Gibeom KIM 58’, Ethaniel MEDINA 59’)
The Olympic U16’s clawed their way back from two goals down to snatch a point in Sunday’s 2-2 draw against Mitchelton at Teralba Park.
Despite enjoying the majority of the possession and chances in the first half, Olympic found themselves down by two goals at the break after twice being punished by good counter attacking play from the home side who scored though Kai Farrell and Armani Nicotra.
The weight of Olympic’s possession and pressure was rewarded early in the second half through Gibeom Kim who got the finishing touch after Mitchelton goalkeeper, Bodie Singleton could only parry Alex Webster’s initial shot following some good work down the right flank.
A minute later Olympic found themselves level thanks to Ethaniel Medina, who lashed a stunning left footed volley into the back of the net from the edge of the area.
Despite both team’s creating a number of chances late on, neither could further impact the scoring with the match finishing 2-2.
Mitchelton FC – 1 (Aden OSBORNE 78’)
Olympic FC – 2 (Matias ALOISI 19’, Yohan BALAKRISHNAN 55’)
The Olympic U15’s climbed into fourth on the ladder courtesy of a 2-1 win over Mitchelton at Teralaba Park on Sunday afternoon.
Olympic opened the scoring in the 19th minute through Matias Aloisi, who despite having his initial spot kick saved, reacted quickest to fire the rebound into the back of the net.
Yohan Balakrishnan doubled Olympic’s lead in the 55th minute when he got on the end of a perfectly weighted Savva Koumpis through ball and beat the keeper with a driven finish.
Mitchelton pulled back a consolation goal in the dying minutes through Aden Osborne who got on the end of a long ball and finished past Harry Mckenzie-Lee one-on-one.
Despite conceding one late, Mckenzie-Lee, Olympic’s U14 goalkeeper put in an outstanding shift filling in for the U15’s while a superb showing from Mitchelton keeper, Flynn Anders at the other end kept Olympic from scoring several more goals.
Mitchelton FC – 0
Olympic FC – 4 (Fred BROCK 30’ 72’, Liibaan ABDI 48’, Jin KIM 33’)
Olympic’s league leading,U14’s maintained their perfect start to the season, making it five wins from five with a 4-0 victory over Mitchelton on Sunday.
Fred Brock opened the scoring in the 30th minute when he put the finishing touch on some good build up play from the visitors.
Jin Kim doubled Olympic’s lead three minutes later, rifling a pinpoint free kick into the top corner from the edge of the area.
Liibaan Abdi made it 3-0 in the 48th minute, calming converting from the penalty spot against his former club after Liam Hardie was fouled inside the area.
Brock completed his brace and rounded out the 4-0 scoreline in the 72nd minute when he got on the end of a quality through ball and calmly finished past Mitchelton keeper, Parker Smith.
Mitchelton FC – 0
Olympic FC – 5 (Marcellus SMITH 32’, Matthew SAITO 42’, Keidis TAYLOR 46, Curtis DAY 48’, Emmett SHAW 55’)
Olympic’s U13’s remain top of the league for another week courtesy of a commanding 5-0 win over Mitchelton at Teralaba Park on Sunday.
A five-goal blitz in the space of 23 minutes, including goals from Marcellus Smith, Matthew Saito, Keidis Taylor, Curtis Day and Emmet Shaw secured the points for Olympic who remain undefeated after rounds of competition.
Focus for Olympic’s Academy U13 – U16 sides now turns to Tuesday night’s clashes against Ipswich Knights at Goodwin Park.
4️⃣ wins from 7️⃣ games for our Olympic Academy sides across the weekend 🔴⚪️#NPLQLDhttps://t.co/LiWdgh2u2q— Olympic FC (@Olympic_FC) April 20, 2021