Capalaba Bulldogs through to Kappa Women's Super Cup quarter finals after emphatic 3-0 triumph over Olympic FC

CAPALABA FC are through to the final eight teams of the Kappa Women's Super Cup following an emphatic mid-week win over Olympic FC.

TOP FORM: Matildas and W-League star Larissa Crummer has scored a brace on three seperate occassions since joining Capalaba in April. Photo: Alan Minifie/Capalaba FC

TOP FORM: Matildas and W-League star Larissa Crummer has scored a brace on three seperate occassions since joining Capalaba in April. Photo: Alan Minifie/Capalaba FC

The in-form Bulldogs were rarely troubled at Goodwin Park, as they downed the hosts 3-0 on Tuesday night to advance to the competition's quarter final stage.

Matildas and W-League star Larissa Crummer continued her outstanding returns in front of goal with a goal either side of half-time for the Bulldogs.

Player of the match Whitney Knight laid the platform for the win with the opener shortly after the half-hour as she continued her return to form after battling injury earlier in the year.

It was the defence that again proved the heroes for Archie Kahondo's side, as they notched a second clean sheet against Olympic in the space of just five days after defeating their opponents in the league on Friday night.

Midfielder Steph Latham, who captained the side to victory, said the team was showing it's fortitude as they tackled their most crowded playing schedule since joining the state's top tier.

STREAK: Midfielder and Bulldogs cpatian Steph Latham praised the team's younger players. Photo: Alan Minifie/Capalaba FC

STREAK: Midfielder and Bulldogs cpatian Steph Latham praised the team's younger players. Photo: Alan Minifie/Capalaba FC

"It's been a demanding few weeks with our game load and our training, and with the short turnaround, it was really positive to come away with a three-nil win," she said.

While the stars grabbed the spoils in front of goal, Latham said the contribution of the squad's younger players should not be downplayed given the heavy schedule.

"It was great to see some of our younger players stepping up and matching the pace of senior football, especially in a knock-out competition setting," she said.

The Bulldogs are now undefeated in their last ten matches in all competitions and remain in the hunt for an unprecedented treble in Queensland's top tier.

"We want to be competitive in both the cup and the NPL," she said. "Our aim is to bring home some silverware this season."

The team's attentions now turn back to the National Premier Leagues women's competition on Saturday night when they host Eastern Suburbs at Max Haynes Field.

It will form a double-header with the men's side, who play immediately after.

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