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Utulei Youth extends lead in women’s National League

After beating Green Bay 8-0 last Saturday and coupled with PanSa’s forfeited loss to Ilaoa & To’omata for not fielding the required nine players to start the match, Utulei Youth is six points ahead of No. 2 PanSa (15-9).
Third is Ilaoa & To’omata with Lion Heart and Green Bay No. 4 and No. 5 in the division.
Utulei Youth have retained the women’s FFAS National Cup for the fifth straight match after a dominating win over Green Bay.
During their first round meeting Utulei won 3-0 but this time around it was a slaughter, thanks to a four-goal performance by Salevu Filiva’a.
Sancia Sopoaga added a brace of goals.
With the six-point lead over PanSa in the standings, Utulei Youth is now in the driver’s seat as the team with the best record will be crowned champions of the division.
There are no games scheduled for this Saturday and it will resume on September 20.