NPL Youth: Newcastle Olympic youth take on Adamstown Rosebud in final game at Darling St Oval

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Newcastle Olympic youth teams take on Adamstown Rosebud this Saturday in their final game of the 2021 NPL season at Darling St Oval! Our supporters will have an opportunity to watch the last game on home soil for all four teams! All four are top 4 contenders and will be fighting for a place in the semi-finals while two are favorite to win the Premiership.

Newcastle Olympic u13s are just 2 points off 4th spot on the ladder and should collect the 3 points against an Adamstown team which has yet to register a single point this season! U14s continue in 1st spot, 2 points ahead and with a game in hand and should also collect the 3 points against an Adamstown team 10th on the ladder.

Newcastle Olympic U15s continue their record breaking run (1 loss in two seasons), with a 10 point lead in 1st spot against an Adamstown side who would love to cause an upset. If Olympic win this game, they only require 3 points in the remaining 4 matches to collect the title, yet again!

Newcastle Olympic U16s have secured a top 4 spot but will want to play well against a 6th placed Adamstown team if they want to secure 2nd place.

This is the last opportunity for our supporters to see all four of our youth teams in action at Darling St Oval this season as well as enjoy the wonderful food from our canteen!

NPL Youth:

Newcastle Olympic vs Adamstown Rosebud at Darling St Oval on Saturday 24th July 2021.

U16s kick off at 3:00pm

U15s kick off at 1:20pm

U14s kick off at 11:40am

U13s kick off at 10:00am

NPL

1st Grade: Charlestown Azzuri vs Newcastle Olympic kick off at 2:30pm at Lisle Carr Oval on Sunday 25th July 2021.

Reserve Grade: Newcastle Olympic vs Broadmeadow Magic kick off at 11:30am at Darling St Oval on Sunday 25th July 2021.

U18s: Newcastle Olympic vs Broadmeadow Magic kick off at 9:35am at Darling St Oval on Sunday 25th July 2021.

WPL:

Broadmeadow Magic vs Newcastle Olympic at Magic Park on Friday 23rd 2021.

1st Grade kick off at 8:00pm

Reserve Grade kick off at 6:00pm

Broadmeadow Magic vs Newcastle Olympic at Magic Park on Saturday 24th 2021.

U17s kick off at 12:00pm

U15s kick off at 10:30am

U13s kick off at 9:00am

Source: Tom Tsamouras

NPL Youth: Newcastle Olympic are away to Charlestown Azzuri

 

 

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NPL Youth action resumes this weekend after the “wash-out” catch up round of last week. Newcastle Olympic are away to Charlestown Azzuri with some interesting games indeed!

Olympic U13s have captured 4th spot on the ladder and need the three points from 3rd placed Azzuri to frog leap them into 3rd as well as distance themselves from Edgeworth and Maitland who are fighting for a place in the top four.

Olympic U14s should not have a problem overcoming their Azzuri counter parts on paper. They need the 3 points as 2nd placed Edgeworth play two games on the weekend and mathematically can capture 1st spot on the points table if they win both.

Olympic U15s are recovering from their first loss of competition points last week since August 2019! Given that Charlestown also come from an away loss, we have the ingredients of a great battle for the 3 points.

Olympic U16s should prove too strong for their Azzuri counter parts and need the 3 points to improve their 4th position on the points table. A mere 4 points separates them from 2nd spot.

NPL Youth:

Charlestown Azzuri vs Newcastle Olympic at Lisle Carr Oval on Saturday 17th July, 2021.

 

U16s kick off at 2:00pm

U15s kick off at 12:20pm

U14s kick off at 10:40am

U13s kick off at 9:00am

If the games vs Charlestown are washed out, Newcastle Olympic will be playing Newcastle Jets on Sunday at Speers Point

NPL Seniors:

Newcastle Olympic vs Lambton Jaffas at Darling St Oval on Saturday 17th July, 2021

 

1st Grade kick off at 2:30pm

Reserve Grade kick off at 12:30pm

U18s kick off at 10:35am

 

WPL:

Newcastle Olympic vs Warners Bay at Darling St Oval on Sunday 18th July, 2021

 

1st Grade kick off at 3:40pm

Reserve Grade kick off at 1:40pm

U17s kick off at 12:00pm

U15s kick off at 10:30am

U13s kick off at 9:00am

 

Source: Tom Tsamouras

 

 

 

NPL YOUTH: Newcastle Olympic take on Valentine

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Newcastle Olympic take on Valentine FC in Round 16 of the NPL Youth competition in their second last appearance at Darling St Oval for the season!

Amid the new Covid-19 restrictions one match will not take place! U14s from Valentine do not have enough players to field a team and this game will be deferred to a later date. U13s who are in 4th spot on the ladder need a win against 7th placed Valentine to cement their position in the top 4 as we near the semi-finals. U15s who are in 1st spot on the table on maximum points take on a 5th placed Valentine team eager to be the first side to take points off last year’s Premiers. U16s are also relishing the weekend to get back on their winning ways after three unfortunate results over the past three weeks.

NPL Youth:

Newcastle Olympic – Valentine at Darling St Oval on Saturday 3rd July 2021.

U16s kick off at 1:20pm

U15s kick off at 11:40am

U13s kick off at 10:00am

NPL:

Newcastle Olympic vs Edgeworth at Darling St Oval on Sunday 4th  July 2021.

1st Grade kick off at 2.30pm

Reserve Grade kick off at 12.30pm

U18s kick off at 10.35am

WPL: Women’s State Cup

Newcastle Olympic vs Charlestown kick off 10:00am at LMRFF on Saturday 3rd July 2021.

Newcastle Olympic vs Garden Suburbs kick off 5:00pm at LMRFF on Saturday 3rd July 2021.

Zone League 1
Newcastle Olympic vs Barnsley at Islington Oval on Saturday 3rd July.

1st Grade kick off at 3.00pm
Reserve Grade kick off at 1.00pm
3rd Grade kick off at 11.00am

Source: Tom Tsamouras

NPL: Newcastle Olympic take on Broadmeadow Magic in deferred fixture

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Tomorrow night Wednesday, at 7.00pm, Newcastle Olympic take on Broadmeadow Magic in a deferred 1st Grade fixture in the Northern NSW NPL. A full canteen will be in operation.

Also making his debut for Olympic tomorrow night will be new signing, Jared Abetew, who recently put pen to paper after completing the current A- League season with Adelaide United.  We wish Yared all the best in his time at Olympic.

Source: Tom Tsamouras

NPL Youth: Newcastle Olympic entertain Maitland FC

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Round 15 of the NPL Youth competition pitches Newcastle Olympic against Maitland FC at Darling St Oval this Saturday.

After a great win against Edgeworth last week, Newcastle Olympic U13s need a win on Saturday to retain 4th spot on the points table from a 5th placed Maitland team who is only 2 points behind. U14s took revenge on Edgeworth last week, the only team to whom they lost points earlier this season! To ensure they retain their 1st spot on the points table they need a win against 3rd placed Maitland.

Newcastle Olympic u15s continue their fairytale maximum points run for a second season in a row and a win against a 4th placed Maitland team will ensure they retain their 11 point lead! U16s need the 3 points to retain their 3rd spot on the table after two disappointing results over the past two weeks.

NPL Youth:
Newcastle Olympic vs Maitland FC at Darling St Oval on Saturday 26th June 2021.

U16s kick off at 3:00pm
U15s kick off at 1:20pm
U14s kick off at 11:40am
U13s kick off at 10:00am

NPL Seniors:
Maitland FC vs Newcastle Olympic at Cooks Square Park on Sunday 27th June 2021

1st Garde kick off at 2:30pm
Reserve Grade kick off at 12:30 pm
U18s kick off at 10:35pm

WPL:
Charlestown Azzuri FC vs Newcastle Olympic at Lisle Carr Oval on Saturday 26th June 2021

1st Grade kick off at 3:40pm
Reserve Grade kick off at 1:40pm
U17s kick off at 12:00pm
U15s kick off at 10:30am
U13s kick off at 9:00am

Source: Tom Tsamouras

NPL Youth: Newcastle Olympic take on Edgeworth at Islington Park

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In Round 14 of the NPL Youth competition Newcastle Olympic take on Edgeworth Eagles at Islington Park. The matches in all four age groups are derbies and should be very competitive encounters.

In u13s, 3 points separate 5 teams from 2nd to 6th on the points table. After their great win away last Monday over Jaffas, the Newcastle Olympic team will be wanting to double up on the three points and move within the top four.

In u14s, Newcastle Olympic occupy 1st place and their only loss of points this season was a narrow defeat to Edgeworth. This match will be between the best two teams of the competition.

In u15s, Newcastle Olympic are also in 1st place and on maximum points. A win against 2nd placed Edgeworth will bring them a step closer to the premiership.

In u16s, Newcastle Olympic are in 3rd place and with a win against 1st placed Edgeworth, they will be within three points off the lead.

Four mouth watering games which will be held at Islington Park. Due to the limited seating, spectators are encouraged to bring a chair.

NPL Youth:

Newcastle Olympic vs Edgeworth Eagles at Islington Park on Saturday 19th June 2021.

U16s kick off 2:00pm

U15s kick off at 12:20pm

U14s kick off at 10:40am

U13s kick off at 9:00am

NPL Seniors

Newcastle Olympic vs Broadmeadow Magic at Darling St Oval on Sunday 20th June 2021.

1st Grade kick off 2:30pm

Reserve Grade kick off 12:30pm

U18s kick off 10:35am

WPL:

Newcastle Olympic vs Maitland at Darling St Oval on Saturday 19th June 2021.

1st Grade kick off 3:40pm

Reserve Grade kick off 1:40pm

U17s kick off at 12:00pm

U15s kick off at 10:30am

U13s kick off at 9:00am

Source: Tom Tsamouras

2021 National Youth Championships: Newcastle Olympic contribute 10 players

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The National Youth Championships are Football Australia’s primary national football tournament for under-14s and 15s boys and under-14s and 16s girls. The competition will see teams from each of Football Australia’s State Federations compete over five days.

The Football Australia National Youth Championships for Boys will be held from September 20 to 24, while the Football Australia National Youth Championships for Girls will be held from October 18 to 22.

Northern NSW Football has hosted the championships since 2006 working closely with Coffs Harbour City Council, their sports unit and the community.

While the boys championships will remain at Coffs Harbour this year, the girls championships will be played at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra.

The 2015-19 NNSWF bid was supported by long-time partner, Coffs Harbour City Council and sports unit, along with Destination NSW, with both recognising the significance of the tournament as a catalyst for tourism and economic benefit in the Coffs Harbour region and wider NSW and the partnership facilitating a strong bid.

2021 National Youth Championships squads

Under 14s Girls

In the under 14s Girls goalkeeper Ruby Field was selected from Newcastle Olympic.

Bo Bodnar – North Coast Football (NPL)
Caoimhe Bray (GK) – Adamstown Rosebud JFC
Sophie Chandler Adamstown Rosebud JFC
Claire Downie – Mid Coast FC
Ruby Field (GK) – Newcastle Olympic
Jasmin Fisher – Adamstown Rosebud JFC
Emilee Franklin – Mid Coast FC
Tayla Hammond – Adamstown Rosebud JFC
Alyssa Hogan – Charlestown Azzurri
Ella McDonald – Adamstown Rosebud JFC
Darcie O’Connor – Adamstown Rosebud JFC
Claudia Pepper – Adamstown Rosebud JFC
Georgia Quinton – Adamstown Rosebud JFC
Jorja Roach – Northern Inland Academy of Sport
Georgia Silvy – North Coast Football (NPL)
Ash Vetter – Adamstown Rosebud JFC
Allia Whyte – Adamstown Rosebud JFC

Under 14s Boys

In the u14s Boys Tommy Butcher, Jake Goodwin, Will Harvey and Oliver Steinerts were selected from Newcastle Olympic.

Danny Barratt – Mid Coast FC
Nait Boyan (GK) – Mid Coast FC
Tommy Butcher – Newcastle Olympic
Will Dobson – Weston Workers FC
Jake Goodwin – Newcastle Olympic
Tatenda Goora – Edgeworth FC
Neo Graczyk – Edgeworth FC
Will Harvey – Newcastle Olympic
Lucas Johnson – Maitland FC
Ty Mckibbin – Mid Coast FC
Achille Monet – Northern Inland Academy of Sport
Campbell Page – Mid Coast FC
Cooper Rheinberger – Lambton Jaffas
Oliver Steinerts – Newcastle Olympic
Adam Taylor-Monzer (GK) – Edgeworth FC
Riley Thompson – Edgeworth FC
William Walker – Maitland FC

Under 15s Boys

In the u15s Boys Seth Anderson, Giles Harrison, Patrick Keating-Hewitt, George Tsamouras and Nikolai Zervas were selected from Newcastle Olympic. No other club has contributed 1/3 of the players  to the overall squad.

Seth Anderson – Newcastle Olympic
Cooper Bowden (GK) – Lake Macquarie City
Kruze Davidson – Charlestown Azzurri
Charlie Gibson – Edgeworth FC
Jordan Gu – Valentine FC
Giles Harrison – Newcastle Olympic
Patrick Keating-Hewitt (GK) – Newcastle Olympic
Jack Lemair – North Coast Football
Reinhard Lloyd – Lambton Jaffas
Luka Magnery – Charlestown Azzurri
Loki Marchant – North Coast Football
Liam Mercer – Mid Coast FC
Kalen Routley – Broadmeadow Magic
Pharrell Trainor – Valentine FC
George Tsamouras – Newcastle Olympic
Kynan Watkins – Maitland FC
Nikolai Zervas – Newcastle Olympic

source: Tom Tsamouras

 

 

NPL Youth: Newcastle Olympic are away to Lambton Jaffas

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Newcastle Olympic contest Round 13 of the Youth NPL competition on Monday of this long weekend against Lambton Jaffas. All four age groups will be tested to gain 3 points and this promises interesting and competitive matches.

If your Saturday evening is free, our First Grade is doing battle with Lambton Jaffas at Speers Point in the FFA Cup at 6.30pm.

Also, do not forget our Trivia night coming up. Anyone interested in attending please get in touch on 0423221352 or 0437776650.

NPL Youth:

Lambton Jaffas vs Newcastle Olympic at Arthur Edden Oval on Monday 14th June 2021

U16s kick off at 2:00pm

U14s kick off at 12:20pm

U14s kick off at 10:40am

U13s kick off at 9:00am

NPL Seniors:  FFA Cup

Newcastle Olympic vs Lambton Jaffas at LMRFF on Saturday 12th June 2021

kick off at 6:30pm

WPL:

Mid Coast vs Newcastle Olympic at Taree Zone Field on Sunday 13th June 2021

First Grade kick off at 3:40pm

Reserve Grade kick off at 1:40pm

U17s kick off at 12:00pm

U15s kick off at 10:30am

U13s kick off at 9:00am

Source: Tom Tsamouras

NPL Youth: Newcastle Olympic welcome Mid Coast Football to Darling St Oval

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The second half of the NPL Youth season begins on Saturday with Newcastle Olympic taking on Mid Coast Football at Darling St Oval. U16s should not have difficulty extracting the 3 points against an opponent who has only managed to collect 1 point so far this season. The other three age groups however will have to work hard to get a result and we should see some competitive football being played.

NPL Youth:

Newcastle Olympic vs Mid Coast Football at Darling St Oval on Saturday 5th June 2021

U16s kick off at 3:00pm

U15s kick off at 1:20pm

U14s kick off at 11:40am

U13s kick off at 10:00am

NPL Seniors:

Adamstown Rosebud vs Newcastle Olympic at Adamstown Oval on Saturday 5th June 2021

First Grade kick off at 2:30pm

Reserve Grade kick off at 12:30pm

U18s kick off at 10:35am

WPL:

Newcastle Olympic vs New Lambton at Darling St Oval on Sunday 6th June 2021

First Grade kick off at 3:40pm

Reserve Grade kick off at 1:40am

U15s kick off at 12:00pm

U15s kick off at 10:30am

U13s kick off at 9:00am

Source: Tom Tsamouras

NPL Youth: Newcastle Olympic too strong for Weston Bears FC

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Newcastle Olympic completed Round 11 of the 2021 NPL Youth competition with four wins in all four matches against Weston FC. This marks the completion the half-way mark of the competition and an incredible milestone for our U15s team.

George Fellas and Eddie Abramovic’s boys reach the half-way mark on maximum points! This is an incredible achievement when you consider they did the same for the entire 2020 season last year! Congratulations to players and coaches.

Next week we remain at Darling St Oval and welcome Mid Coast Football from Taree.

Between now and then however, if anyone wishes to attend the Newcastle Olympic Trivia night please see details below:

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT GET A TABLE TOGETHER AND SEE IF YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO THE BE THE CHAMPION!!!!
• WHEN: FRIDAY 25 JUNE, 2021
• 6.30 PM for a 7.00 PM START
• WHERE: Greek Community Hall, Skelton Street Hamilton (Close to St Francis Xavier, off Parkway Avenue)
• COST: $15 PER PLAYER (16 years or over) Pay on the night.

• FANTASTIC RAFFLE PRIZES
• BRING YOUR OWN NIBBLIES

• BYO ALCOHOL as there will be NO DRINKS for sale

• COFFEE/ TEA AND CAKES PROVIDED
• BOOK YOUR TABLE OF 8 or 10 BY CONTACTING CON on 0423221352,
Heath on 0437776650 or by emailing secretary@nofc.com.au or registrar@nofc.com.au

NPL Youth:

Newcastle Olympic vs Weston Bears FC

Under 16s Olympic won 9-0

Under 15s Olympic won 1-0

Under 14s Olympic won 8-0

Under 13s Olympic won 2-0

NPL Seniors:

Valentine vs Newcastle Olympic

1st Grade Olympic won 1-0

Jared Muller

Reserve Grade Olympic won 5-0

Under 18s Olympic won 5-1

WPL:

Newcastle Olympic vs Broadmeadow Magic

1st Grade Olympic won 1-0

Jemma House (pen)

Reserve Grade Olympic won 5-3

Under 17s drew 2-2

Under 15s Olympic won 8-0

Under 13s Broadmeadow won 0-5

Zone League 1:

Newcastle Olympic vs Nelson Bay

1st Grade Nelson Bay won 2-3

Reserve Grade Olympic won 1-0

3rd Grade Olympic won 4-0

Over 35s:

Newcastle Olympic 6-6 Mayfield

Source: Tom Tsamouras