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Defending champs not doing so well

They are currently in fifth place with two losses from those two matches played while the Leone Lions (2-0-2), title winners two years ago, are on top of the division with the Faga’itua Vikings (2-0-2) second.
The Tafuna Warriors (1-1-1) are third, Samoana Sharks (1-0-1) fourth and Kananafou Stallions sixth.
In varsity games played last Saturday it was the Sharks 3, Vikings 1; Warriors 6, Stallions 0 and Lions 6, Cougars 0.
In the J-V division Tafuna (1-0-2) leads, Samoana (1-0-1) is second, Faga’itua (1-1-1) third and Leone (0-2-0) fourth.
Last Saturday the Sharks blanked the Lions 4-0 and Tafuna drew 0-0 with Faga’itua.
VARSITY
LIONS 6, CRUSADERS 0
The division’s top team played like the top team by winning big against the defending champs 6-0.
Angie led Leone with a hat trick while Gloria Nu’usila added a brace.
WARRIORS 6, STALLIONS 0
Tafuna was all over Kananafou with the aid of June Canales’ hat trick and a brace from teammate Tuitasi Smith in their 6-0 dominating win.
Completing the six-goal outage was Beulah Oney.
SHARKS 3, VIKINGS 1
Going into the match the Vikings were the top seed with a 2-0 record but they ran into a wall during the second half after taking a 1-0 lead in the first.
Samoana’s defense came on stronger in the second half to blank the Vikings while sisters Lydia and Hillary Ting opened and closed the scoring for Samoana. Adding a goal to make it 3-1 was Hillary Chong.
JUNIOR VARSITY
WARRIORS 0, VIKINGS 0
Tafuna had the advantage with a full complement of players while Faga’itua was only able to field eight in the beginning. But despite the numbers advantage they failed to score and by the time the Vikings had a full squad competing, the possession tide turned against the Warriors.
Even so a goal was hard to come by for both teams as the draw become official on the referee’s final whistle.
SHARKS 4, LIONS 0
The defending champs cruised to a 4-0 win as Melinda Tua led the charge with a brace of goals. Lily-Rosa Tuala and Krystina Taumua scored a goal apiece also.

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