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FFAS Summer Youth League enjoyed by all

The beautiful game is also being played beautifully by the competitive youth ages — 12-14 and 15-17.
“A lot of the young players are showing great dribbling skills and there is also very good movement of the ball and players in terms of passing and attacking,” explained FFAS Technical Director, Rupeni Luvu. “Especially the children with very involved coaches in their areas such as the Tongan team, Pava’ia’i, Tafuna and Leone to name a few.”
FFAS Competitions Manager, Uinifareti Aliva, also agreed.
“The national league clubs inheriting these teams are going to have players that are technically sound with their passing, dribbling and shooting,” Aliva said. “It will deepen our pool of players for our national team and also improve the quality of play in our island.”
For the competitive age groups, they are into their second round-robin format with the top four playoffs set for Saturday, July 19, 2014.
BOYS 15-17
Vaiala Tongan has set the bar high with six wins out of six games and a five-point lead in the standings.
Trailing them is Ilaoa & To’omata at No. 2 with 13 points, followed closely by Lion Heart with 12. Utulei Youth rounds out the top four just a point way from Lion Heart with 11 while No. 5 Tafuna Jets still has a shot at the top four with 10 points.
Green Bay has seven points while the division is rounded out by Vaitogi United with 0.
BOYS 12-14
Green Bay also has a five-point lead in their division over four other teams with the Atu’u Broncos in the No. 2 spot. At No. 3 is Vaiala Tongan with 10 points, followed by FC SKBC with six points and Tafuna Jets with 0.
GIRLS 12-14
Utulei Youth is the top team with 16 points, followed by Ilaoa & To’omata with 13, Green Bay at No. 3 with 12 and PanSa and Lion Heart at No. 4 and 5, respectively, with three points each.

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