Kiwi Soccers leads the pool that also includes defending champs Black Roses and perennial contenders Tafuna Jets A, Utulei Youth and Ilaoa & To’omata.
Kiwi defeated Pago Youth B 5-3 while in other games on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010 it was Fagasa Youth 1, Black Roses 1 and Utulei Youth 3, Tafuna Jets A 2.
Kiwi Soccers leads with 9 points, followed by Fagasa Youth with 5 and Black Roses with 4. Jets A is fourth over Utulei Youth by goals differential (-2 to -3) as both have 3 points apiece while Pago B is sixth by the same manner over Ilaoa & To’omata.
Pool A games for Oct. 16 are Black Roses vs. Pago Youth B; Ilaoa & To’omata vs. Kiwi Soccers and Fagasa Youth vs. Utulei Youth. Tafuna A has a bye.
Vailoatai Youth and Pago Youth A are tied with 9 points apiece and the former leads the pool with 19 goals differential to Pago A’s 8.
In third is Lion Heart with 4, followed by FC SKBC with 4 also (6-0 goals differential, respectively) while three teams are tied with 3 points apiece. They are PanSa, Lauli’i and Green Bay (0, -6 and -9 goals differential, respectively). In eighth place is Tafuna Jets B.
Pool B games for Oct. 16 are Lauli’i vs. Green Bay; Jets B vs. FC SKBC; PanSa vs. Vailoatai and Lion Heart vs. Pago A.
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