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Women’s National League kicks off

FFAS Vice President Sandra Herrera, and also Head of Women’s Football, officially opened the competition before later putting on her boots to play for her club, PanSa.
“I hope everyone had fun out there because I sure did,” she said. “Good luck to all the teams this year and may the best team win.”
POOL A
VAITOGI UNITED 3, BLACK ROSES 0 (FORFEIT)
Black Roses, defending champs, got off to a bad start with a loss by default against Vaitogi United for not showing up to the field.
Vaitogi United is new to the competition and walks away with their first win.
ILAOA & TO’OMATA 3, PANSA 2
With FFAS VP tending goal, PanSa came up short in their first match 3-2 against last year’s third place finisher.
Mary Ipiniu provided the game winner in the second half of their match after a 2-2 draw in the first.
PAGO YOUTH 6, LION HEART 2
Pago Youth beat a shorthanded Lion Heart 6-2.
Lion Heart started off with only seven players at the beginning and then completed the game with nine but they still put up a hard fight against Pago Youth.
POOL B
UTULEI YOUTH 4, FAGATOGO BLUE 0
2010’s second place finisher Utulei Youth’s quest for a title got off to a good start with a 4-0 win over Fagatogo Blue.
They scored three in the first half and then were held to only a goal in the second period by Fagatogo.
VAILOATAI YOUTH 2, TAFUNA JETS 2
Tafuna Jets were able to hold Vailoatai Youth to a 2-2 draw despite fielding only nine players.
Vailoa had a 2-0 lead in the first half but the Jets fought back hard to equalize in the second.
KIWI SOCCERS 6, FAGASA YOUTH 0
Kiwi Soccers had an easy time against a shorthanded Fagasa as they won 6-0.
Lyonna Leota completed a hat trick for Kiwi.

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