CAPALABA FC's unbeaten run in the National Premier Leagues women's competition has reached seven games after a hard-fought draw with Logan Lightning on Saturday. The Bulldogs fought back from a goal down at half-time to share the points at Cornubia Park, with former Matildas star Larissa Crummer netting a second-half double for the visitors in a Player of the Match performance. Crummer's haul continues an extraordinary run of scoring form for the former Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City player, with five goals in her six appearances to date this season. The result sees the Bulldogs drop to fourth place on the NPL Women's table, nine points shy of top-placed, defending Champions Lions FC. Archie Kahondo's side now turn their attention their home clash with lower-table Olympic FC on Friday night, the first of two matches against the Yeronga-based club in quick time. The Bulldogs are also set to tackle Olympic in the Kappa Women's Super Cup Round of 16 the following week. In contrast, it was another disappointing weekend for the Bulldogs' men's team after they fell 6-1 to Moreton Bay United on Friday night. A four-goal first-half blitz laid the groundwork for the Jets at Max Haynes Field, with former Bulldogs fan favourite Ryo Ono among the scorers for his new club. The hosts found late consolation through fullback Russell Parker's goal in the closing stages, however, could not prevent the team succumbing to a fourth straight league defeat. David McEvoy's side now sit tenth on the league table ahead of a difficult away clash with high-flying Peninsula Power this Saturday. Last week Capalaba FC's National Premier Leagues women's side delivered a warning to rivals with a record-setting 11-0 win over SWQ Thunder. They ran over their opponents as they posted the club's biggest win in the state's top competition. Read more local sport news here.