Newcastle Olympic took on New Lambton at Darling St Oval on the final round of the season and won in all four age groups. First and Reserve Grade took out the minor Premierships with u17s finishing equal first on points but missing out on goal difference!. U14s claimed 3rd spot on their points table enabling all four teams to march into the finals. Newcastle Olympic is the only club with four representations in the finals and needless to say, have also collected the Herald WPL Club Champions title. Congratulations to everyone and good luck in the finals.
Newcastle Olympic vs New Lambton
1st Grade Olympic won 8-0
Goals: Jemma House 4, Georgia Amess 2, Keely Gawlthrope, Brooke Summers.
Reserve Grade Olympic won 2-0
Under 17s Olympic won 3-0
Under 14s Olympic won 3-1
NPL First and Reserve Grades were on a bye and did not play this weekend. U18s played away to Broadmeadow Magic and came away with a 1-1 draw.
Round 16 of the 2020 NNSW NPL season was played at Darling St Oval between Newcastle Olympic and Lake Macquarie. All four Olympic teams won their matches in high scoring games. The u14s team which is currently 1st place on their respective points table, 14 wins in 14 matches (2 further scheduled games were not played due to COVID-19), reached 99 goals scored for the season! This is the highest number of goals scored by any NPL team in NNSW of any age group! They also hold the record of the lowest conceded, only 3 goals so far! Congratulations to all the players and coaching staff and good luck in the remaining 6 games of the season.
Newcastle Olympic vs Lake Macquarie
Under 16s Olympic won 9-0
Under 15s Olympic won 8-1
Under 14s Olympic won 11-0
Under 13s Olympic won 14-1
Newcastle Olympic zone teams took on Wallsend FC in Round 13 of the competition at Islington Park and had two draws. All at the club wish Aaron Zissis a speedy recovery after suffering a serious leg injury during the First Grade fixture.
Olympic vs Wallsend
1st Grade match abandoned in 2nd half 1-1
Reserve Grade drew 3-3
Newcastle Olympic O35s were away to Kahibah on Friday night and came away with a 0-0 draw.
SAP/NET: U9s, U10s, and U11s SAP teams played at LMRFF against Broadmeadow Magic and Mid Coast this weekend and once again put in great performances.
U12s NET took on Charlestown Azzuri at Islington Oval and came away with a convincing 7-0 win!
Newcastle Community juniors played Round 13 of the season on Saturday at Darling St and Kurraka Ovals against Merewether, Kotara South, Maryland Fletcher and Merewether. All our young Olympians played well and advanced another step in the football journey.
source: Tom Tsamouras