Newcastle Olympic teams dominate in another weekend of action packed football

NPL SENIORS:
On Saturday 18th July Newcastle Olympic took on Valentine at Darling St Oval and recorded two victories and a draw.

1st Grade drew 2-2
Goals: Kent Harrison 2 (2 pens)
Reserve Grade Olympic won 2-1
Under 18s Olympic won 6-0

WPL:
On Sunday 19th July Newcastle WPL teams played against Adamstown Rosebud at Darling Street Oval and recorded emphatic wins.
1st Grade Olympic won 6-0
Goals:
Jemma House 3, Stacey Day, Georgia Amess, Laura Hall.
Reserve Grade Olympic won 6-1
Under 17s Adamstown won 0-1
Under 14s Olympic won 3-1

YOUTH NPL:
Newcastle Olympic took on Lake Macquarie in Round 4 of the season at Macquarie Field on Sunday 19th July and won in all four age groups.

U16s Olympic won 3-1
U15s Olympic won 8-1
U14s Olympic won 16-0
U13s Olympic won 13-0

ZONE LEAGUE:
Newcastle Olympic Zone League teams were scheduled to play Merewether Advance on Saturday 18th July at Jesmond Park but both games were washed out.

SAP/NET:
SAP u9s, u10s and u11s as well as NET u12s continued this weekend with our teams playing at LMFF, Johnston Park and Islington Oval against Wallsend, Jets Girls, Charlestown, Edgeworth and Maitland with all teams playing well and continuing their development.

OVER 35s:
Newcastle Olympic Over 35s kick were to play at Croudace Bay Complex2 vs Valentine on Friday night but this game was washed out.

Community Juniors:
Newcastle Community juniors played Round 3 of the season on Saturday 18th July at Darling St Oval against Meryland Fletcher, South Wallsend, Hamilton Azzuri and Fletcher and recorded great performances in all the matches played.

source: Tom Tsamouras

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