Ps4 NPL NNSW ROUND 2: Hamilton Olympic cruise past Adamstown Rosebud 3-1

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Hamilton Olympic cruised past Adamstown Rosebud in their first home game of the 2016 NPL competition.

On an ideal night for football the supporters of both Olympic and Adamstown as well as neutral fans were thoroughly entertained at Darling St Oval on Saturday night.

A strong Olympic outfit with free flowing football and a plethora of goal scoring opportunities throughout the first half left no doubt about the result of the game. Despite dominating possession, Olympic went into half time with only a 2-0 lead, care of Reece Cooper and Simon Mooney.

On the hour mark Simon Mooney unleashed a thunderbolt which put the game beyond the young Rosebud team which never stopped trying all night.

A consolation goal by Matt Paul 7 minutes from time rewarded them for their efforts but the result was never in doubt.

Next Saturday Olympic travel to Arthur Eden Oval to take on Lambton Jaffas at 2.30 p.m.

Ps4 NPL NNSW FIRST GRADE ROUND 2:

Edgeworth 2 defeated Weston 0

Maitland 3 defeated Valentine 2

Hamilton Olympic 3 defeated Adamstown 1

Charlestown City 5 defeated Jets Youth 2

Broadmeadow v Lambton washed out

 

U22s  Olympic – Adamstown 5-3

U19s  Olympic – Adamstown 3-1

NPL YOUTH ROUND 5:

U17S  Football Mid North Coast – Olympic   1-2

U15S  Football Mid North Coast – Olympic   1-1

U14S  Football Mid North Coast – Olympic   4-0

U13S  Football Mid North Coast – Olympic    2-2

source:Tom Tsamouras

http://hamiltonolympic.com.au/c5/

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