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Monday, April 21, 2014

Tan Holdings FC, Paire blank foes

Shirley’s FC, left, and Kanoa FC players collide as they go after the ball during the Week 3 game in the girls U15 division of the NMIFA youth league at the Hopwood Junior High School Field. (ROSELYN B. MONROYO) Tan Holdings FC and Paire FC shut our separate foes in the girls U15 division games in the 2014 NMIFA Spring Youth Football League last Saturday at the Hopwood Junior High School Field.

Tan Holdings whipped Kanoa FC, 10-0, behind the six goals of Mary Kay Alferos. The Tan Holdings FC forward nailed her goals in succession, while Catherine Barrozo contributed two , and Arah Jean Manabat and Krizel Tuazon added one apiece.

In the other girls U15 match last Saturday, Paire FC topped Shirley’s FC, 2-0. Guinevere Borja canned both goals for Paire.

In other results, Shirley’s FC won its Week 3 game against Kanoa FC, 6-1, while MP United and Matansa FC engaged in a scoreless draw.

Samantha Maniacop opened the scoring for Shirley’s FC, while cousin Diana recorded the next two. Irish Viray, Maria Noble, and De Jana Muna also lit up the board for Shirley’s FC.

MP United 5, Shirley’s FC 0
MP United routed Shirley’s FC in last Saturday’s match at the Oleai Sports Complex Field.
Sun Joon Tenorio and Koki Yamada towed MP United FC to victory, scoring two goals apiece. Tenorio broke the ice early with his goal in the sixth minute, while Yamada hit back-to-back goals (27th and 36th minute) for MP United’s 3-0 halftime lead.

Christian Bravo also made it to the board for MP United early in the second half, while an own goal in the 64th minute ended Shirley’s FC drought. Tenorio then got his second goal four minutes later to complete MP United’s domination of Shirley’s FC.

In other results in the boys U15, two games ended in draws, while one was decided via shutout.
Paire FC and Tan Holdings FC settled for a 3-3 draw last Friday. Ivan Seo made the equalizer for Paire when he scored in the 73rd minute. Paire’s two other goals came from Joel Fuit and Jun Hee Lee, who found the back of the net in the 67th and 71st, respectively. Tan Holdings also logged all its goals in the second half with Emmanuel Aniana scoring in the 50th and Jeremie Tanghal adding one two minutes later. Steven Martin gave Tan Holdings its last goal in the 56th minute.

Paire also had a draw, 4-4, against Matansa in their Week 3 game. Seo and Fruit tallied two goals apiece for Paire, while James Ermitano had a hat-trick for Matansa, which got one goal from Joshua Deleon. Deleon scored in the 71st to put his team on top, 4-3, but Fruit answered five minutes later to force a tie.

In the other Week 3 match, Tan Holdings defeated Shirley’s FC. Aniana, Jonathan Capanas, Jun Sik Kim, and Kyle Salvosa posted one goal each for the winning team.

Tan Holdings 6, Matansa 1
Sean Perez powered Tan Holdings to a 6-1 win over Matansa in last Saturday’s first U18 match.
Perez dropped the first four goals of Tan Holdings, making a hat-trick early in the first half. Aniana and Hon Lee nailed the two other goals for Tan Holdings, while David Mafnas scored the lone one for Matansa.

In other results, MP United remained undefeated in four games after bagging two more wins.
It got a free victory (via forfeit) over Paire last Saturday after coming from a 13-0 demolition of Matansa in Week 3.

Jehn Joyner and Tanapon Unsa teamed up in MP United’s pounding of Matansa, as they registered four goals each. Enrico Del Rosario, Scott Kim, Daniel Lim, John Diego Masga, and Brian Lee also contributed to MP United’s cause.

In the other Week 3 results, Tan Holdings edged Paire, 5-3. Yoshi Mafnas had a hat-trick for Tan Holdings, while Sean Perez chipped in two goals. Christian Oh and Tyu Tanawa had one goal apiece for Paire.

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