Reigning Tasmanian Champions Olympia FC Warriors have taken their quest for ‘glory’ to new levels, adding two more former Perth Glory players – Jacob Collard and Lawrence Shuruma to an already formidable squad ahead of the club’s PS4 National Premier Leagues (NPL) Tasmania title defence.
The arrival of Collard and Shuruma make it three ex-Perth Glory players based at the Tasmanian outfit in 2016, following the recent arrival of enigmatic striker Bor Bor Sam, last month.
An excited Olympia FC Warriors Coach Glen McNeill tells David Wood the injection of talent will be good for the game in the state.
This weekend in the Football Federation Tasmania the start of the PFD Women’s Super League
Saturday 12 March 2016
University and Clarence United open the league with a meeting at Grove Road at 12:00PM
Hobart Zebras up against reigning northern champions, Ulverstone at Grove Road at 2:00PM
Olympia FC Warriors facing Launceston City at Grove Road at 4:00PM
Monday 14 March 2016,
Ulverstone backing up to host Taroona at Valley Road 2:00PM
Launceston City up against University at Mitsubishi Park.2:00PM
Lakoseljac Cup Round of 16
Saturday 12th March 2016
Northern Rangers v University – 1:30PM/Saturday 12 March 2016 (Georgetown)
Sunday 13th March 2016
South Hobart v Launceston City – 12:00PM/Sunday 13 March 2016 (Darcy Street, South Hobart)
Glenorchy Knights v Devonport Strikers – 1:00PM/Sunday 13 March 2016 (KGV Football Park, Glenorchy)
Clarence United v Hobart JEEP Zebras – 2:00PM/Sunday 13 March 2016 (Cambridge New, Cambridge)
Ulverstone v Beachside – 2:00PM/Sunday 13 March 2016 (Ulverstone Showgrounds)
Monday 14th March 2016
Somerset v New Town Eagles – 2:00PM/Monday 14 March 2016 (Cardigan Street, Somerset)
Launceston United v Kingborough Lions – 2:00PM/Monday 14 March 2016 ( Birch Avenue )
Taroona v Olympia FC Warriors – 2:00PM/Monday 14 March 2016 (Kelvedon Park, Taroona)