Jets blast back with six of the best

 

Jacob Fulluck scored within minutes of coming on as a substitute at Olympic.


Goal rush as Jets return to winning ways

 

SIX different scorers shared in the spoils for Moreton Bay United as they handed Olympic FC a club record 6-1 defeat at Goodwin Park.


Royce Brownlie, Taiga Ishikura, Scott Stewart and Jonathan Marraiya struck during a blistering first half that all but wrapped up the points for the visitors, before Jacob Fulluck and Jackson Hall iced the result in the final ten minutes.


Olympic flirted with a fightback midway through the first half via Liam O’Bryan but ultimately proved unable to contain Jets multiple attacking outlets.


The win is Jets first in four matches and moves the defending Champions back into the top four.


The result also furthers Olympic’s early season woes – extending their club record losing run to five matches and eclipsing their 6-3 defeat at the hands of Northern Fury in 2013 to become their PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues largest losing margin.


Key Moments

17’ – GOAL FOR JETS – Jordan Farina squares a ball from the edge of the area into Royce Brownlie, who converts a neat finish from close range


26’ – GOAL FOR JETS – Royce Brownlie lobs a pass to an unmarked Taiga Ishikura at the back post with the winger lashing the finish into the bottom corner from ten yards


33’ – GOAL FOR OLYMPIC - Centre back Liam O’Bryan rifles an absolute bullet from 20 yards, with the ball nestled in the top corner that catches Jets goalkeeper Matthew Stein flat-footed


39’ – GOAL FOR JETS – A corner causes confusion in the Olympic defences resulting in Scott Stewart heading home from point blank range


45+1’ – GOAL FOR JETS – Effectively the last play of the half, Jonathan Marraiya executives a perfect solo counter-attack that sees him streak downfield before burying the finish


67’ – CHANCE FOR OLYMPIC – Scott Bow puts his boot through a ball from outside 25 yards but his effort is denied by the crossbar as Matthew Stein watches on


86’ – GOAL FOR JETS – Substitute Jacob Fulluck springs Olympic’s lines a calmly slots past goalkeeper Nicholas Mooney from inside the penalty area


90’ – GOAL FOR JETS – Scott Bow’s challenge concedes a penalty inside the area allowing Jackson Hall to convert with the ensuing spot-kick and ice the win


What They Said


“We created chances last week and didn’t finish them. So this week we continued to create more chances and the more chances you create then the more goals you score." – Royce Brownlie, Moreton Bay United FC


“You can see the experience in regard to Moreton Bay’s performance but, let’s be honest, they wanted it a bit more than us tonight. Any team that wants it more than the other is going to come away with the result." – Ramone Close, Olympic FC


Match Details


PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues 2016 – Round 7


Sunday, April 17


Goodwin Park, Brisbane


Moreton Bay United FC 6 defeat Olympic FC 1


Olympic Goals – Liam O’BRYAN 33’


Olympic Yellow Cards – Matthew GORDON 35’, Mark FISK 48’, Scott BOW 89’


Olympic Red Cards – none


Olympic Squad – 1. Nicholas MOONEY, 2. Liam O’BRYAN (9. Lachlan MUNN 88’), 3. Mark FISK, 5. Scott BOW, 6. Matt MUNDY, 10. Daniel BYRNE, 12. Ryan RODERICK (19. Abel FESSEHA 64’), 13. Brad SCOTT, 16. Ramone CLOSE, 17. Youeil SHOL, 18. Matthew GORDON (14. Kosi YANNAKOPOULOS 86’)


Olympic Unused – none


Jets Goals – Royce BROWNLIE 17’, Taiga ISHIKURA 26’, Scott STEWART 39’, Jonathan MARRAIYA 45+1’, Jacob FULLUCK 81’, Jackson HALL 90+1’p


Jets Yellow Cards – Reyze KELLY 55’, Scott STEWART 64’


Jets Red Cards – none


Jets Squad – 1. Matthew STEIN, 2. Reyze KELLY, 3. Scott STEWART, 4. Matthew BYRNE, 6. Liam PREVITERA, 7. Jordan FARINA (16. Jacob FULLUCK 78’), 8. Matthew CAPELO, 9. Royce BROWNLIE, 15. Taiga ISHIKURA (11. Jackson HALL 62’), 18. Jonathan MARRAIYA (10. Joey MASUDA 70’), 19. Jacob MITCHELL


Jets Unused – 12. Sebastian KALOS, 20. Ryan ATKINS


Match Officials – Matthew GILLET (referee), Isidro TEROL (assistant), Brad BURTON (assistant), Max CRANE (fourth)


- courtesy Football Queensland