The Sydney Olympic FC youth teams travelled out west to Lily Homes Stadium on Saturday in Round 7 of the competition and challenged Blacktown City FC.
The Sydney Olympic FC Under 13's side are on a roll thus far in the 2012 season and have yet to be defeated. The 'olympic juniors' kept their undefeated streak in tact on Saturday morning and celebrated a 3 nil victory. The recent victory has seen the boys advance to first position on the ladder, with the 'olympic juniors' set to face the Marconi Stallions in a catch-up game. The 'olympic juniors' continue to improve week after week and play a great brand of attacking football with no shortage of talent.
After a difficult start in the 2012 competition the Sydney Olympic FC Under 14's have celebrated back to back points, as the 'olympic juniors' celebrated a 2 nil victory over Blacktown City FC. With a number of talented players in their side and under the leadership of experienced coach, Nonda Nitis, Sydney Olympic have appeared to overcome their past results and play quality football. The boys need to continue their good form to advance further up the ladder and become a side that is to be feared in the competition.
The Sydney Olympic FC Under 15's have advanced into 7th position on the ladder after they defeated Blacktown City FC with a 4-1 score line. The boys have won 3 games this season and will need to maintain good form, with inconsistency an issue for several youth teams in the competition. The 'olympic juniors' sit three points outside the top 5 and have a game in hand against the Marconi Stallions who remain undefeated in 2nd position on the NSW Premier Youth League ladder.
The Sydney Olympic FC Under 16's hoped to celebrate their third back to back victory on Saturday but had their hopes tarnished by the home side Blacktown City FC who defeated the 'olympic juniors' 3 nil. Sydney Olympic FC dominated the opening half and although they created several chances they failed to capitalise.Tempers flared on the field in the second half as Blacktown celebrated a 1 nil lead, in what was considered to be a controverial goal as the player appeared to use his hand to make contact with the ball Sydney Olympic attempted to keep themselves in the game. However, Blacktown soon secured the victory with back to back goals. The competition remains tight, with the boys sitting 4 points outside the top 5.
After a strong start in the 2012 season, the Sydney Olympic FC Under 18's side have seen their form drop in the last few weeks, with the team far from their usual dominating self. The 'Blues' encountered their second loss of the season on Saturday, as the home side Blacktown City FC defeated Sydney Olympic with a 3-1 score line. Despite, the result the boys remain in a comfortable position on the ladder and sit a sole point outside the top 5, with a game against Marconi Stallions also in hand.
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