NPL Youth: Newcastle Olympic record 2 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss against Broadmeadow Magic

Olympic Magic (2)

Newcastle Olympic dominated the u14s and u15s in Round 8 of the Northern NSW Youth NPL competition against Broadmeadow Magic on Sunday. All four matches lived up to the “derby” billing with excitement, intensity, skill, and controversy.

In the u13s our team were unable to cause the upset and put an end to Broadmeadow Magic’s 100% winning record so far. U14s dominated the first half and lead 3-0 before being pegged back to 3-2! A late flurry ensured they ran out 5-2 winners. U15s continued their 100% winning record with a 4-0 win over a spirited Magic team while u16s fought out a 0-0 draw.

Next Saturday we are at home again against Lake Macquarie City.

NPL Youth:

Newcastle Olympic vs Broadmeadow Magic FC

Under 16s drew 0-0

Under 15s Olympic won 4-0

Under 14s Olympic won 5-2

Under 13s Broadmeadow won 1-5

NPL Seniors:

Newcastle Olympic vs Lambton Jaffas

1st Grade Olympic won 2-1

Goal Scorers: Jed Hornery, Jared Muller (pen)

Reserve Grade Lambton 1-3

Under 18s Lambton 2-3

WPL:

Newcastle Olympic vs Charlestown Azzurri

1st Grade Olympic won 7-2

Goal Scorers: Jemma House 3, Georgia Amess, Georgia Little, Brooke Summers and Jade McAtamney

Reserve Grade Olympic won 4-0

Under 17s Olympic won 2-1

Under 15s Olympic won 2-1

Under 13s Charlestown won 3-6

Zone League 1:

Newcastle Olympic vs Stockton Sharks

1st Grade Olympic won 4-0

Reserve Grade Olympic won 4-1

3rd Grade Olympic won 2-1

source: Tom Tsamouras

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