PanSa and the Tafuna Jets are undefeated through four games of the women’s 2016 FFAS National League.
PanSa (4-0-0) retained the women’s FFAS National Cup with a 6-0 whipping of Vaiala Tongan (0-1-3), while the Jets (4-0-0) edeged Green Bay (1-0-2) 1-0 for their fourth straight wins on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016 at Pago Park Soccer Stadium.
In other games it was Lion Heart 1, Ilaoa & To’omata 0 and Royal Puma 1, Utulei Youth 1. Pago Youth was idle with a bye.
The Jets are No. 1 in the standings over PanSa through the differential in goals tiebreaker (12-10), and PanSa No. 2. Lion Heart (3-0-1) is third; Green Bay (1-0-3) at No. 4; Royal Puma (0-2-2) is No. 5 in the standings; Ilaoa & To’omata (0-1-3) at No. 6; Utulei Youth (0-1-2) at No. 7; Vaiala Tongan (0-0-3) at No. 8 and Pago Youth (0-0-3) at No. 9.
PANSA 6, VAIALA TONGAN 0
Melinda Tua had a field day against Vaiala Tongan with four goals, while pal Titiula Manuma scored twice.
At the end of the first half PanSa was up 4-0 and before ending the game with a 6-0 win.
TAFUNA JETS 1, GREEN BAY 0
The Tafuna Jets had a hard time scoring against a feisty, and determined Green Bay squad. The problem for Green Bay, they played great defense but could not get any attacks going.
Vasati Makiasi finally scored for the Jets with about a minute remaining in the match to keep their four-game winning streak alive.
LION HEART 1, ILAOA & TO’OMATA 0
Rapi Fa’ata’a scored the game-winner for Lion Heart to help their team beat Ilaoa & To’omata 1-0.
ROYAL PUMA 1, UTULEI YOUTH 1
Utulei Youth finally played their first game of the season after two straight forfeits, and they managed to eke out a 1-1 draw against Royal Puma.
Vai Su’a Leu scored for Royal Puma while Mina Peni scored for Utulei Youth.