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Leaders remain, slight movement in group standings

Ilaoa & To’omata kept their No. 1 spot in the standings with a close, 1-0 win over Vaitogi United while in other games it was Pago Youth 2, PanSa 0 and Green Bay 3, Black Roses 1.
With Round 4 out of the way the defending champs, Black Roses, continues to struggle especially after a good number of their best players from last year have transferred to a different team.
They are currently at sixth place in Pool A and with three more rounds their chances of making it into the top two for the playoffs are going from slight to none.
Ilaoa & To’omata sits on top with 10 points, followed by Pago Youth with 9, Green Bay with 7, PanSa with 6, Vaitogi United with 3, Black Roses with 0 and Lion Heart also with 0.
Pago Youth managed to eke out a tough 2-0 win over PanSa to keep their No. 2 position while the loss allowed Green Bay to move into No. 3 with a shot at either of the top two positions.
There is a possibility Pago Youth and Green Bay will overtake or equal Ilaoa & To’omata’s total points as the latter is idle this weekend. On paper, at least, it should be easy match ups for Pago Youth taking on Black Roses and Green Bay playing against Lion Heart.
The Jets have a one-point lead over returnee to the No. 2 spot, Utulei Youth. Utulei dropped from the No. 2 position after Round 2 games but regained on the strength of a win and a 0-0 draw by Kiwi Soccers against Vailoatai Youth while the third and final result of this group was Jets 2, Fagatogo Blue 1.
The Jets have 10 points, followed by Utulei with 9, Kiwi Soccers with 7, Vailoatai in fourth with 5, Fagatogo Blue in fifth with 3, Atu’u Broncos with 0 and Fagasa Youth with 0 points.
Tafuna is idle this weekend and the new leader of the group will be determined by the victor from the Utulei Youth vs. Kiwi Soccers game during Round 5 scheduled for Oct. 29.

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