A late Allira Toby header saw Olympic continue their FQPL Women’s winning run with a tense 1-0 victory over The Gap at Walton Bridge Reserve on Saturday evening.
Despite creating a host of chances Olympic were unable to break the deadlock in the first half, Nadine Keast came closest for the visitors, twice hitting the woodwork with her efforts on goal.
Olympic were reduced to ten players early in the second half when defender, Tiffany Dibley was shown a straight red card in the 53rd minute.
Despite their numerical disadvantage it was Olympic who found a way through with Toby’s 76th minute looping header proving to be the decisive moment of the match.
Saturday’s win sees Olympic maintain their spot atop of the FQPL Women’s standings with 35 points to their name.
Olympic’s defence remains unbreached in FQPL action this season, as they held firm for a fourth straight clean sheet and ninth overall of the 2021 season.
Allira Toby with her 7️⃣th goal of the 2021 season to secure all three points against The Gap 🔴⚪️— Olympic FC (@Olympic_FC) September 11, 2021
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FQPL Women’s 2021 – Round 8: The Gap FC vs Olympic FC
Walton Bridge Reserve, The Gap
Saturday, 11 September
The Gap – 0
Olympic FC – 1 (Allira TOBY 76’)
FQPL Women 2021 – Round 9: Olympic FC vs Virginia United FC
Goodwin Park, Yeronga
Saturday, 18 September (6:15pm KO)
Olympic’s next match sees a return to Goodwin Park to take on Virginia United on Saturday, 18 September (KO 6:15 PM). Virginia United sit at sixth place with 17 points on the FQPL 2021 table.
The reverse fixture against Virginia United was a 2-2 draw at home in the first match of the NPL 2021 season back in March.