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New No. 1s in women’s National League

The previous No. 1 teams, Ilaoa & To’omata for Pool A and Pool B’s Tafuna Jets, dropped down to No. 2 after sitting out Round 5 with byes.
Pago Youth ensured their top of the leader board position with a 5-1 win over Black Roses while in other Pool A games it was Green Bay 6, Lion Heart 1 and PanSa 3, Vaitogi United 0.
Ilaoa & To’omata is tied with Green Bay at 10 points apiece but the former has the upper hand in goals differential. PanSa comes in at No. 4 with 9 points, followed by Vaitogi United with 3, Black Roses with 0 and Lion Heart at No. 7 with 0.
A key match up that could shake things in the standings is the game between Green Bay and Pago Youth.
Utulei Youth rocketed to the top of the standings by rocking previous No. 3 Kiwi Soccers 11-0. To be fair, Kiwi Soccers was undermanned as they started off with only seven players playing.
In other Pool B matches it was Fagasa Youth 3, Atu’u Broncos 0 and Vailoatai Youth 5, Fagatogo Blue 0.
A battle for the No. 1 position takes place this Saturday with Utulei Youth taking on No. 2 Tafuna Jets. Utulei leads the group with 12 points, followed by Tafuna with 10, Vailoatai Youth with 7, Kiwi Soccers at No. 4 with 7, at No. 5 is Fagasa Youth with 3, Fagatogo Blue with 3 and sitting in No. 7 is Atu’u Broncos with 0.

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