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Olympic 2, Palmerston Nth Marist 0

A solid if unspectacular win for Wellington Olympic, more importantly a second consecutive win, a clear sheet and great team effort against a side with eight or nine NZFC Manawatu players. Both halves were scrappy affairs, with Graham Little once again in great form and James Bannatyne d...  
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Olympic 5, Napier 2

Newtown Park, ANZAC day, 3pmNapier traveled down to Wellington on a freezing Autumn Day and hoping to address their disaterous loss in Palmerston the previous Friday where they conceded 8 goals. If wasn't to be however  
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Olympic v Wests Match Report

Wests 2, Olympic 2 - 22 April 2005, Porirua StadiumAnother draw for Wellington Olympic making it three from four games. We are not looking for excuses, and I am sure the supporters would not want us to, but we have only concluded our fourth week of training with the full squad, a...  
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Olympic 1, Gisborne 3

On Sunday it was Kieran Jordan's class and Olympic's horror finishing that dominated talk around the league. The former South African international showed why he was joint New Zealand Football Championship golden boot winner, scoring via a deflection pass Olympic goalkeeper James Bannaty...  
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Match Report: Olympic 2 - Wellington United 2

Once again consistency cost Wellington Olympic, too often in this match there were examples of great football, combined with poor play. This clearly stems from still not being able to combine our best players for a game since the start of the pre season schedule. Again we were without the in...  
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Central League Kicks Off

Olympic 1, Havelock Nth 1In a poor game of soccer Olympic struggled throughout to put away a hard-running Havelcok Nth side yesterday at Newtown Park. Olympic dominated both possesion and territory throughout but had little to show for it as the struggled to break down a very defensive HN outfit...  
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Olympic 1st Team Squad Announced

The 2005 Olympic First Team Squad as follows: Dave Finley, James Bannatyne, Lance Raemaekers , Toby Kidman, Sam Higgins, Mike Leondais, Grant Stephens, Karl Whalen, Mikey Halikias, John Rowe, Barry Lewis, Graham Little, Darren Cheriton  
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Match Report: Olympic v Lower Hutt

Some games no matter how you play, the result will not go your way. In this case it was a combination of this fact and the ability of Lower Hutt City, which caused Wellington Olympic to lose its Hilton Petone title won last year. The team tried its best, but with five key players unavail...  
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HP Final: Lower Hutt 4, Olympic 0

In a one sded match, Lower Hutt powered past Olympic to win the Hilton Petone Final 4-0 and reverse last years loss  
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Olympic into HP Final

Olympic beat Tawa 5-1 in the semi-final of the pre-season Hilton Petone tournament. They will play Lower Hutt City in the final to be held at Petone Memorial Park on Sunday 20th March, kickoff 4pm.  
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Olympic into HP semi-final

HP Quarter Final: Olympic 2, Island 0Played in atrocious conditions both from a weather and ground conditions perspective. Wellington Olympic continued its progress in the Hilton Petone, with a easy quarter finals victory over Island Bay, with two goals to the under utilised Team Welling...  
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HP Quarter Finals

Olympic beat Island Bay 2-0 in the Hilton Petone quarter final. Full match report coming soon.  
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Fixtures & Results

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