NPL Youth: U15s Newcastle Olympic come away with the 3 points from Edgeworth Eagles

Koby Jackson scoring his first goal for Newcastle Olympic

Last year’s Premiers and Grand Finalists were the only Newcastle Olympic youth team to return from Edgeworth Eagles with three points!

The team which won every game in last year’s competition began with an early goal by River Peterson and within 10 minutes were 2-0 up with a thunderbolt from distance by Koby Jackson.

In what was a physical game under warm conditions U15s kept Edgeworth at bay for the duration of the half.

With intelligent rotation of players throughout the second half by coaching staff George Fellas and Eddie Abramovich, Olympic scored a third goal through a solo effort by wizard forward Seth Anderson.

This gives U15s two wins from two matches in the 2021 competition.

Earlier in the day U13s succumbed to a strong Edgeworth side by 5-1 while our U14s were surprisingly beaten 3-1! The day was finished by a 4-3 loss by our U16s despite them being 3-2 in the lead until late into the game!

In other games:

NPL Northern NSW Round 1

Olympic vs Adamstown Rosebud FC

1st Grade Olympic won 6-2  

Goals: Rhys Cooper 2, Jared Muller 2, Ryan Griffiths, Tom Davies

Reserve Grade drew 0-0  

Under 18s Olympic won 10-0  

WPL Round 1

Olympic vs Warners Bay

1st Grade Olympic won 5-1  

Goals: Jade McAtamney, Keea Parrish, Keely Gawthrop, Laura Hall, Sophie Walmsley

Reserve Grade drew 3-3   

Under 17s drew 2-2  

Under 15s Olympic won 10-0  

Under 13s Olympic won 7-1  

Zone League Trial

Olympic vs Cooks Hill

1st Grade Olympic won 3-2

2nd Grade Cooks Hill won 1-2

3rd Grade Cooks Hill won 2-4

Source: Tom Tsamouras

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