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Ilaoa & To’omata hot on heels of Utulei Youth for No. 1

Both teams have 10 points apiece after four games in the season, with Utulei leading by a difference in goals (14-10), thanks to a 4-0 win against Vaiala Tongan on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015 at Pago Park Soccer Stadium. In other games it was Lion Heart 4, PanSa 2 and Ilaoa & To’omata 3, FC SKBC 1.
In Division 2 games, Green Bay held on to the cup after a 0-0 draw against Black Roses while the Tafuna Jets and Vaitogi United both forfeited their match because of a lack of players.
This is Tafuna’s second forfeit of the season and by rule they are now out of the competition. Pago Pago was off with a bye.
DIVISION 1
UTULEI YOUTH 4, VAIALA TONGAN 0
Playing against a mostly young squad, Utulei Youth struggled in the first half, only managing a goal.
The Vaiala Tongan squad that played last Saturday for the cup were all under 20 years old, and they played great in the first half, frustrating Utulei Youth.
But the defending champs experience and fitness level came through in the second half with Elama Fa’atonu leading the way with two goals scored.
ILAOA & TO’OMATA 3, FC SKBC 1
It was a grudge match between these two teams as Ilaoa & To’omata featured many players that used to play for FC SKBC.
They played to a 0-0 first half before Ilaoa & To’omata broke through to score against FC SKBC, and score three times to put the game away.
LION HEART 6, PANSA 2
Pouli Feagaimalii scored five times in helping Lion Heart beat PanSa 6-2.
The win helps Lion Heart stay in the hunt for first place as they, and FC SKBC, are only three points away from Utulei Youth and Ilaoa & To’omata.
DIVISION 2
GREEN BAY 0, BLACK ROSES 0
Green Bay and Black Roses could not break their scoreless tie through 80 minutes of play, allowing the former to hold on to the Cup in their second defense since taking it away from the Jets.
Green Bay beat Vaitogi United on Oct. 21 in a makeup game that was originally scheduled for Oct. 3.

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