The Sydney Olympic FC Women's teams will travel to Ernie Smith Reserve, Moorebank to take on Southern Districts on Sunday 13th May 2012, in Round 7 of the Womens Super League Competition.
Despite a strong start in the 2012 season, the Sydney Olympic FC Under 12's side have found themselves in a rut with unfavourable results obtained in previous fixtures. Last weekend, the 'Olympic girls' were defeated 6-1 and had numerous opportunities to score, however luck was not on their side, with the score line not a clear and fair indication of the game. This Sunday, the girls hope to return to their previous winning ways and will look to put away their chances.
The Sydney Olympic FC Under 14's side are in 5th position on the ladder and would have been in out right 3rd had they not been defeated by Western NSW Mariners last Sunday. Missed opportunities were costly for the 'Olympic girls' who struck the post on numerous occasions and saw their efforts thwarted by the Mariners goal keeper, whilst the Mariners, had two clear chances and capitalised. This Sunday the girls will travel to Ernie Smith Reserve with the intention of defeating the 7th placed Southern Districts outfit.
The Sydney Olympic FC Under 16's girls are in 6th position on the ladder after they were defeated by the Western NSW Mariners last Sunday, with a 2 nil score line. Nevertheless, the girls remain in a comfortable position on the ladder with no need to panic, as the positions of 4th, 5th and 6th are seperated solely via goal difference. Olympic will have the opportunity to defeat one of those teams, Southern Districts this Sunday, with the encounter set to be an enthralling contest.
The Sydney Olympic FC Reserve Grade side have yet to pick up a point thus far in the 2012 season and were once again defeated last weekend in Bathurst. Olympic have conceded 8 goals this season and have only netted a goal, with goal scoringa significant weakness for the 'Blues'. This Sunday the girls will face a difficult challenge as they encounter the 3rd place, Southern Districts side who have had no issue scoring, as they have netted a total of 30 goals in 6 games.
The Sydney Olympic FC 1st Grade Women's squad were handed their first defeat of the season last Sunday by the Western NSW Mariners. Nevertheless, the girls remain a point outside the top 5 and have no need to panic, with the competition far from over and close. Olympic will need to be at their very best this Sunday and will need to put their previous defeat behind them to move forward and remain a force to be reckoned with.
* Please note that the kick off times for all Round 7 fixtures are as normal