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AYFS 49ers remain undefeated for season

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Paul Von Dincklage of the Falcons (#1) stopped immediately in the back by two Niner defenders during their first meeting of the season this past Saturday. The 49ers, who are the reigning undefeated champions, sent the Falcons back to the East Side with a 38 - 8 loss. The Niners now remain the only undefeated team in the league. [photo: TG]

This past Saturday marked the conclusion of the 2014 American Youth Football of Samoa (AYFS) regular season, featuring the game that everyone had been waiting for — the battle between the two undefeated teams in the league, the 49ers and Falcons.
 
Looking to sweep this year’s season again are the reigning champions, the AYFS 49ers who went undefeated to claiming the title last year, and so far, the 2014 season looks comfortable in the hands of the Niners again, as they closed off this year’s regular season with a blow out victory against the Falcons, to remain No.1 in the league.
 
The Falcons managed to score on their first drive of the game, after forcing a turn over from the Niners; but from there on, Sio Nofoagatoto’a — the power house all around impact player for the Niners — lead his team to a crucial 38 - 8 victory over the Falcons in full time play.
 
In more games to round off last Saturday’s final regular games, the Cowboys, who are coming back from a 3-game losing streak, managed to regroup and gain back their winning spirit after beating the Chargers in a 22 - 6 match.
 
The Chargers, who are known to have the most smallest players in the league, are still trying to collect their first win of the season, heading into play-offs this upcoming Saturday.
 
The Raiders are certainly on the right track, as they continue to win every single game since they climbed the polls to rank No.3 in the league this year. Last Saturday, they clinched another win — sending the Steelers home with a 10 - 0 loss.
 
AYFS proceeds into play-offs this upcoming Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Stadium, to determine who will make it to the final game of the season, and claim this year’s Championship title.

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Elton Titania of the Steelers looking at his first interception of the game last Saturday, as he was just inches away before picking off this pass from the Raiders, but was forced out of bounds at the Raiders 14-yard line. The Raiders who are ranked No.3 in the league beat the Steelers 10 - 0. [photo: TG]


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