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Dolphins lift HS Boys Soccer championship trophy

The South Pacific Academy Dolphins are champions in a comeback win of a thrilling, 3- 2 finish against the Samoana Sharks in the championship game of the ASHSAA boys’ 2015-2016 soccer season.
 
Tuva Tubui of SPA had played like an MVP all year long and during the title match on April 26, 2016 at Pago Park Soccer Stadium, he performed like one as he provided the spark while coming off the bench in the second half with his team down 2-1.
 



Aga’i ina matuia tulaga fa’aletonu i Manu’a

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E foliga mai e le o i ai lava se fesoasoani lata mai mo tagata o le itumalo o Manu’a i le taimi nei, talu ona latou talosagaina se fesoasoani mai le malo i le masina na te’a nei, ina ua amata ona latou molimauina tulaga fa’aletonu i oloa ma mea e manaomia e tausi ai le soifua o tagata soifua i aso fai soo.
 



Taua’ao $12,000 meaalofa fanau a’oga - Blue Sky

O le aso Lulu na taua’aoina ai i le to’a 12 o fanau aoga maualuluga i le teritori le meaalofa tupe ta’i $1,000 e fa’atupeina ai a latou poloketi sa talosagaina ai se fesoasoani, ma afua ai ona fa’atula’ia se polokalama a le Blue Sky Communications o le “Spin To Win Wheel Fortune.”

 



The Tuaman is home in Samoa

He arrived a day later but home is where the heart is for one of Samoa’s favourite sons, Toaletai David Tua.

The former world heavyweight boxing title challenger touched down at Faleolo International Airport yesterday, arriving with his wife, Helen Tua, on an Air New Zealand flight.

The welcome was not as elaborate as when To’aletai was one of the hottest boxing prospects in the world heavyweight division but that did not matter to the Faleatiu native, who is in Samoa for the God’s Grace Concert in front of the government building Saturday night (Samoa time).



Valaaulia Le Taema II i le tuto’atasi a Samoa

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Ua faamaonia mai e le Komiti Faapitoa o Tapenaga mo Tuuga Fautasi o le tuto’atasi a Samoa i le masina o Iuni o le tausaga nei, le mae’a lea ona tu’uina mai i se valaaulia le Sa o le afioaga i Leone, le Taema II ina ia auai atu i le tuuga fautasi fa’avaomalo a Samoa i lenei tausaga, ma fai ai ma sui o Amerika Samoa.
 



Beach Handball has arrived — fast paced and fun!

terihunkin@samoanews.com

First, there was Handball, an exciting game introduced into the Territory last year.  According to proponents, it has taken off, and gained in popularity since its introduction—with the support of DOE and physical education departments across the island.
 
And now there is a new sport hot on its heels, and the promoters hope it gains traction here as well– that is Beach Handball. But — what in the world is Beach Handball?
 



Lapataia le atunu’u mo le saogalemu i luga o le alatele

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A o molimauina ai pea e le atunu’u tulaga fa’aletonu o le ta’u i lenei vaitau, ua lapataia ai e le Komesina o Leoleo ia Save Liuato Tuitele ma le sui faatonusili o le Ofisa o Galuega Lautele a le malo ia Faalava’i Ta’ase le atunu’u o lo o femalagaa’i i luga o le alatele, ina ia fa’aeteete i ni fa’alavelave e ono tutupu e pei o ma’a e ono solo mai luga o mauga, po o ni lala laau fo’i e ono fati mai ma a’afia ai a latou ta’avale.
 



Lapataia le atunu’u mai le a’afia i ‘auga fa’ama’i pipisi

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A o galulue ai le Falema’i o le LBJ ma le Matagaluega o le Soifua Maloloina e tau sailia le mafua’aga tonu o le fa’ama’i lea ua mafua ai ona tumu tumu le mamalu lautele o le atunu’u i le falema’i i Fagaalu i lenei vaiaso, ua lapataia le atunu’u ina ia malupuipuia pea fanau ma aiga uma mai le a’afia i ‘auga o lenei fa’ama’i pipisi.
 



Tuilaepa labels Sevens side 'eyesore' and 'lazy'

The Samoan Prime Minister has lashed out the country's Sevens players labeling them "lazy" and an "eyesore".

Samoa currently find themselves tenth in the World Rugby Sevens Series rankings and the outspoken Tuilaepa Sa'ilele used a local tournament to vent his fury at the form of the national side.



New ATMs help solve cash shortages

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A look at one of the new ATMs that can be found at McDonald’s in Tafuna and the A.P. Lutali Executive Office Building in Utulei where the new service was launched last week. This is a partnership between locally based Betham Technology Inc. in Nu’uuli and two US based firms: Automated Cash Management Systems and Coast To Coast Processing and Media Services.
 
Betham Technology owner David Betham plans to install 10 ATMs on Tutuila with the first two already in place.
 



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