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TA’ALOGA ESEESE I AMERIKA SAMOA

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TULAGA TAALOGA LIKI VOLIPOLO O LE FU’A
 
O ta’aloga volipolo sa faia i le faleta’alo o Malisi Tuai i Malaeloa i le afiafi o le aso Tofi na te’a nei sa mua’i fetaui ai le Seven Flow ma le West Point, manumalo le West Point i a latou ta’aloga e lua na tatala malae ai i lea afiafi. Ta’aloga a le Seven Flow ma le BTI na manumalo le BTI.
 



ASG offers little support for ASRU's Flag Day Rugby

Veterans Stadium free of charge for 7s Flag Day Rugby Tournament

Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga says the only assistance the government plans to provide for the annual 7s Flag Day rugby international tournament is the use of the Veterans Memorial Stadium free of charge to the American Samoa Rugby Union (ASRU).

 

 



Fiji wins 15th Hong Kong 7s after beating NZ

A dominant Fiji side was crowned winners of Hong Kong Sevens on Sunday for a record-extending 15th time, bettering defending champions New Zealand 33-19 in a final to conclude a thrilling three days of competition.

The Fijians, who leapfrogged the All Blacks 7s to go second behind South Africa in the overall table after six of nine rounds, raced to an insurmountable lead.



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 (BYU) for the overall improvement of our local boys and girls baseball and softball programs. The donation was spearheaded by BYU Assistant Athletic Director Brian Santiago, BYU Baseball Head Coach Mike Littlewood, Baseball Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator Brent Haring and BYU Softball Head Coach Gordon Eakin.
 



HSBC Hong Kong 7s 2015

all photos: Barry Markowitz, courtesy STP/Tri Marine/Grand Pacific Events


FAUTASI FIVA: FEALOFANI SAMOA III FINALLY 100% COMPLETE, SAYS SKIPPER

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With perhaps the strongest village tapua’iga of all the fautasi crews, coupled with the undying support of its residents — both near and far — Fagasa’s Fealofani Samoa III and its crew are ready and willing to make this year’s Flag Day fautasi race a spectacular one.

 

 



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.



FLAG DAY: FA’AAUAU MATA’INA O TA’ALOGA VOLIPOLO — LIKI O LE FU’A 2015

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Mai le afa o le fa i le afiafi o le Aso Lua i le Faleta’alo o le Malisi Tuai i Malaeloa, sa fa’atautaia ai ta’aloga mata’ina i le va o ‘au ua fa’atulaga e ta’a’alo i afiafi o aso ta’itasi o le vaiaso, ona o le Sapati o nisi, e le gafatia ai ona ta’a’alo i le fa’asologa o ta’aloga i le aso To’ona’i.

 

 



SPORTS SHORTS

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Sporting activity continues to roll on here in the territory.  Not only Flag Day leagues are happening, but the American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) sports are pressing forward with their Spring sports agenda.

 

 



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.

 



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