Women’s semi-finals set

The Tafuna Jets moved into the No. 4 spot, replacing Ilaoa & To’omata, after they beat No. 3 Kiwi Soccers 1-0 while the Leone based team lost to top seed, Utulei Youth, 1-0.
No. 2 Black Roses maintained their spot, and women’s FFAS National Cup for the second year in-a-row, with a 6-0 win against Lion Heart while Green Bay edged Atu’u Broncos 2-1.
The semi-finals and championship game will all be held on Sept. 28.
No. 1 Utulei Youth (8-1-0) takes on No. 4 Tafuna Jets (5-1-3) while the other semi-final has defending champs and the No. 2 Black Roses (7-2-0) facing off against No. 3 Kiwi (5-2-2).
The rest of the teams in the standings are:
No. 5 Ilaoa & To’omata (4-2-3)
No. 6 Green Bay (4-2-3)
No. 7 PanSa (3-1-5)
No. 8 Lion Heart (2-0-7)
No. 9 Atu’u Broncos (1-1-7)
Pago Youth was the 10th team in the competition but was forced out after forfeiting twice.

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