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Kiwi SC – SamoaTel National League Champions

Kiwi’s Senior Men’s team were able to win the Premier League Division over last year’s champions, Moaula United, who are this year’s runner’s up. They finished 5 points ahead on the standings; they also won both their games 2-0 and 3-1 against their closest rival.
An impressive Kiwi Senior Women’s team went through the season undefeated, winning 16 games and drawing only 2 games against Central United and Vaimoso SC.
Kiwi Coach Terry O’ Donnell was very pleased with his team winning the championship: “It has been a great season for our club and it is a great reward to claim the Premier League for all the hard work we’ve put in to our trainings and games.”
O’Donnell also wanted to express his gratitude to all the supporters of Kiwi SC: “We have enjoyed great backing from our supporters at every game and enjoy a special relationship with them. Fa’afetai tele.”
FFS CEO Fred Young congratulated Kiwi by saying: “Football Federation Samoa congratulates Kiwi for playing an excellent season in our SamoaTel National League. They really have played well and deserve to win the championship in both the Men and Women’s categories. A job well done to all the Kiwi players, coaches, and management team.”
On future goals for the teams, O’Donnell added: “The only thing you can do with Champions is give them more challenges and over the coming weeks we will try our utmost to retain our Cup Competition title that we won last season.”
Kiwi SC was founded in 1977 through the fellowship of youth from the Apia area, such as Tufuiopa, Malifa and Leififi. Their Women’s team was established in 1988. They are also known for their Haka, which they perform whenever they win a championship.
In the other divisions, Vaimoso SC won the SamoaTel First Division, while Mouala United won the Youth Boys under 15 Division. However both teams will not have much time to celebrate their success since they will have to turn their attention to winning the Cup competition with the main round kicking off next week on Tuesday 22 March 2011 in all categories.

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