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Black Roses triumph in battle of unbeatens

Now there are only two unbeaten teams in competition with Ilaoa & To’omata edging Pago Youth 2-0.
In other games on Oct. 16 at Kananafou Theological Center it was Tafuna Jets 4, PanSa 1; Utulei Youth 3, Green Bay 2; Vailoatai Youth 4, Lion Heart 1 and Fagasa Youth 5, Fagatogo Blue 0.
In the standings so far Black Roses is No. 1, followed by Ilaoa & To’omata at No. 2, Kiwi Soccers in third place and Utulei Youth moving into fourth place from fifth last week. Fagasa Youth moves up a spot to fifth after placing sixth a week earlier and Tafuna Jets to sixth from last week’s seventh. From seventh to 10th are Green Bay, Vailoatai Youth, Lion Heart and PanSa while Pago Youth is 11th and Fagatogo Blue 12th.
BLACK ROSES 9, KIWI SOCCERS 0
Meleane Ioapo helped keep the Black Roses undefeated with a hat trick on the day while Gloria Nu’usila contributed with a brace of goals.
Black Roses dominated possession of the ball from the get go and after five minutes of futility their edge in this category started to bear fruit with Nu’usila breaking the ice in the scoring department.
ILAOA & TO’OMATA 2, PAGO YOUTH 0
Goals from Salote Uili and Mary Ipiniu helped keep the Leone-based team undefeated in their 2-0 win against Pago Youth.
The win helps Ilaoa & To’omata move up to second place while Kiwi Soccers drops from No. 2 to the third spot.
UTULEI YOUTH 3, GREEN BAY 2
Utulei Youth managed to shake off an early goal by Green Bay to hold on for the win off of the winning strike by Fuata’i Siatu’u. Kalala Fa’afouina helped her team crack the top 4 with a brace of goals.
Lyonna Matau and Lydia Ting scored for Green Bay.
FAGASA YOUTH 5, FAGATOGO BLUE 0
Fagasa Youth’s easy win over Fagatogo Blue has helped them edge closer to a top 4 spot.
It was an easy win for them as Fagatogo fielded only seven players with Fagasa’s Dorothy Savea and Kapiolani scoring two goals apiece.
TAFUNA JETS 4, PANSA 1
Two years removed from the women’s title, PanSa is not but a shadow of itself as they could not keep up Tafuna Jets’ second straight victory.
Tagiilima Lotoa helped lead the Jets to the win with a hat trick while Beulah Oney contributed with a goal of her own.
VAILOATAI YOUTH 4, LION HEART 1
Vailoatai Youth earned their first win of the competition with a win over Lion Heart last Saturday.
Lion Heart started with only seven players but completed their full squad before the end of the first half as several players came late.
Guiding Vailoatai to victory was Tutasi Smith with a brace of goals.

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