Nine clubs are participating in the men’s division with Pago Youth fielding two teams to bring the total to 10.
Ilaoa & To’omata are in the lead with 12 points from a 4-0 record and are tied with Pago Youth A. The Leone-based squad are No. 1 due to goals differential (20-17) while Utulei Youth is third.
2014 champions Lion Heart are fourth, followed by the Tafuna Jets at No. 5 with Royal Puma FC at No. 6 and Vaitogi United at No. 7. The final three spots are occupied by Green Bay, PanSa FC and Pago Youth B.
There are six teams competing in the women’s bracket.
PanSa FC is the sole leader in the division with a 4-0 record, followed by 2014 winners Tafuna Jets at No. 2.
Utulei Youth is third with seven points, followed by Lion Heart with four, Green Bay with three and Ilaoa & To’omata with one.
FFAS 7-A-Side tournament off and running