In Round 7 of the competition the Sydney Olympic FC Women's teams travelled to Ernie Smith Reserve and took on Southern Districts, with all but one of the teams celebrating victory.
After a disappointing defeat last Sunday in Bathurst, the Sydney Olympic FC Under 12's side returned to their previous form and dominated the home side, Southern Districts with a 3 nil victory. Marae Papanicolaou, Aisling Farrell and Angelica Rubbo were the goal scorers for the 'Blues' who issued a stellar display of football. The recent victory has seen the girls secure 6th position on the ladder, with the 'olympic girls' sitting two points outside the top 5. This Sunday, Sydney Olympic return home to Blick Oval where they will face a difficult opposition, Northern Tigers who are in 2nd position on the ladder.
With a 2 nil deficit at the half time break, the Sydney Olympic FC Under 14's side believed the match was theirs for the taking, however a brace by the home side showed that the game was far from over, as the contest kept the Olympic supporters on the edge of the seats. With minutes remaining on the clock, Olympic forward Alicia Mitrogiannis unleashed an unstoppable strike that served as the match winner for the 'olympic girls'. The victory has seen the girls secure 4th position but most importantly provides the girls with added confidence ahead of their next encounter. This Sunday the girls will face a difficult challenge in defeating the undefeated Northern Tigers side, the girls will need to be at their best to kick it with the front runners.
The Sydney Olympic FC Under 16's obtained their third loss of the 2012 season on Sunday as the home side, Southern Districts defeated the 'olympic girls', 2 nil. Sydney Olympic are in 7th position on the ladder but have the opportunity to advance further up on the ladder should they defeat APIA Tigers tonight in the re-scheduled Round 1 fixture. APIA are in 6th position on the ladder and are ahead by a sole point. This Sunday Olympic will meet the 5th placed Northern Tigers side and will set their sights on securing their third win of the season.
After consecutive defeats, the Sydney Olympic FC Reserve Grade side secured their first win of the season. Goals by Angela Francis and Paula de Sousa provided the 'olympic girls' with the three points they have longed for. Sydney Olympic are in 8th position on the ladder and sit 5 points outside the top 5, with a game in hand. The recent victory will enhance the confidence of the side, who have much potential and talent within their ranks.
In the final match of the day, the Sydney Olympic FC 1st Grade side celebrated a spectacular 5-2 victory, as Sylvia Elters and Elif Ektas netted goals. Faye Hammoud secured a hat-trick for the 'olympic girls', who dominated their opposition, Southern Districts. This Sunday, the girls return to their stomping ground, Blick Oval and will encounter the 4th placed Northern Tigers side. The Tigers are a point ahead of the 'olympic girls', who have an additional game in hand against APIA.