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Summer Youth League 2011 heats up

For the Boys’ 15-17 division, No. 1 Utulei Youth and Vaitogi United are separated only by a differential in goals as both teams have 12 points apiece.
In the Girls’ 15-17, Kiwi Soccers is ahead by six points on its closest competitor while the Boys’ 12-14 has Green Bay leading by eight.
BOYS 15-17
Utulei Youth and Vaitogi United each have 12 points from four wins and no losses each, but Utulei has a commanding lead in the goals difference department with 20 to the latter’s 7.
Pago Youth is third with six points followed by Green Bay, Kiwi Soccers, Vaiala and Black Roses.
In games held on Friday, July 8, 2011 it was Utulei 5, Green Bay 0; Pago Youth 4, Kiwi Soccers 1; Vaitogi United 3, Vaiala Tongan 0; Utulei 8, Kiwi Soccers 0; Vaitogi United 2, Green Bay 1 and Pago Youth 3, Black Roses 0.
GIRLS’ 15-17
Kiwi Soccers is four-for-four to lead the Girls’ 15-17 division while currently in seclnd is Vaiala Tongan with six points.
Green Bay is ahead of Tafuna Jets by a differential in goals as both teams are tied with three points apiece.
On Friday it was Vaiala Tongan 4, Green Bay 2; Kiwi 3, Tafuna Jets 0; Tafuna Jets 6, Vaiala Tongan 1 and Kiwi 3, Green Bay 0.
BOYS’ 12-14
Green Bay leads the division by eight points on the Tafuna Jets and their lead comes from very closely contested games.
Atu’u Broncos and Black Roses are third and fourth, respectively.
Friday’s games were Green Bay 2, Black Roses 0; Tafuna Jets 0, Atu’u Broncos 0; Tafuna Jets 3, Black Roses 1 and Green Bay 2, Atu’u Broncos 1.

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