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BYU donates four pallets of equipment to ASBA

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The American Samoa Baseball Association (ASBA) recently received four pallets of donated baseball and softball equipment from Brigham Young University for the overall improvement of our local boys and girls baseball and softball programs.
 



ASTCA fiber optic and O3b services to begin soon

“It should be full speed ahead all the time,” says ASTCA
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American Samoa Telecommunication’s acting marketing manager, Roy J.D. Hall III says high-speed Internet services will come with their Broadband Linking American Samoa Territory (BLAST) project — and with the 03b satellite services and testing that will be conducted in a few weeks. His presentation was made before an audience from the Chamber of Commerce and members of the public about ASTCA’s new services that according to Hall will benefit everyone — including the business community. 
 



NZ, Fiji make quarterfinals at Hong Kong 7s day 2

Samoa goes up against U.S.

HONG KONG (AP) — New Zealand and Fiji struggled to stamp their authority before booking their berths in the quarterfinals at the Hong Kong Sevens on Saturday.

New Zealand led 24-12 at the break but came within inches of losing to Portugal with scrumhalf Nuno Guedes failing to convert his own scrambling try which had tied the scores at 24-24 in the final stages of the pool match. The final kick of the match was just wide of the uprights.



Samoa falls, All Blacks win in day 1 at Hong Kong 7s

Source: AP

Fiji eased past a team it lost to twice in the final when Samoa was smothered 38-12 in their Hong Kong Sevens opener last night.

Fiji, a record 14-time winner of Hong Kong, expected a tough match against its South Pacific neighbor.

They met three times in the final; Samoa won in 1993 and 2007, and Fiji in 1998. Their last match in Hong Kong, six years ago, was a draw.

Samoa, criticized by its prime minister for slumping after making the Gold Coast final in the series opener, scored first through Tofatuimoana Solia, but by halftime Fiji led 21-7.



TA’ALOGA ESEESE I AMERIKA SAMOA

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5 ‘AU VOLIPOLO AMOULI FAAULU LIKI VOLI O LE FU’A

 

E la’ititi le afio’aga o Amouli, ae ua matua mafuli i latou e fa’aosofia le ta’aloga volipolo e avea ma fiafiaga o le fanau e fa’amalositino ma ta’a’alo ai. E lima lelei ‘au volipolo mai lea afio’aga ua i ai i le Ta’amilosaga Volipolo Sisigafu’a 2015 o lo’o fa’agasolo nei.

 



TALA I KIRIKITI

O tala i kirikiti o le liki o le fu’a 2015 o lo’o lagolagoina e le Bluesky Communications ma e momoli atu le faafetai i lenei kamupani, ua loa lana tuatua i le atunu’u i lo latou lagolago sua o lenei taumafaiga.

 

 



Faapepele Hunkin sui Samoa faaaliga i So. Carolina

E ui ina mamao South Carolina, ae ua i ai se sui o Amerika Samoa, ia Fa’apepele Hunkin-Tajalle, na te fa’aalia la’ei Samoa i se faatasiga i lea setete.
 
O lea tama’ita’i Samoa o lo’o fa’aalia laei fa’a-tausala e sausaunoa ai i le fale mata’aga tele o le “Columbia Museum of Arts” i le fa’aaliga e taua o le “A Fair to Remember!” po’o le “Fa’aaliga Toe Fa’amanatu” o tu ma agaifanua o atunu’u eseese o le lalolagi.
 



Live Cancer Foundation: Fa’amalolo lou kanesa, agaga

Ua fa’aopoopo mai fo’i lenei fa’alapotopotoga i le taumafaiga a le atunu’u e soloia gasea o le ma’i faigata o le Kanesa, lea ua matele ina maliliu ai nisi o tatou tagata, peita’i, o lea fa’apotopotoga, e ese teisi lava lona fa’avae mai isi taumafaiga uma, ona ua i ai le tamau o loo ola fa’atuatua ma fa’alagolago e te toe ola i lou fa’atuatua.



TALA ESEESE I TA’ALOGA

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TA’AMILOSAGA VOLIPOLO MO LE FU’A
 
O lo o fa’agasolo i le tarmi nei ta’aloga volipolo mo ta’amilosaga o le fu’a o lenei tausaga, lea fo’i na fa’atautaia i le aso Tofi o le vaiaso na te’a nei, ma maitauina ai le maoa’e o le ta’alo a le ali’i o Tusi Ma’ae, o ia fo’i lea sa ia maua le fa’ailoga o le tama taalo o lea afiafi.
 



Pacific scholar athletes benefit from PISA

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A handful of local high school football players participated last month in the 2015 Nike Football Combines held in Honolulu at the Aloha Stadium, with the help of a new organization called PISA — Pasefika International Sports Alliance — a nonprofit organization that has as its  mission to improve the health and welfare of Pacific islanders by providing best practices in education and sports for all Pacific scholar athletes.
 



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