THE NMI Football Association's Marianas Soccer League Fall 2021 kicked off Sunday, Oct. 17, with Shirley's Football Club defeating the Bangladesh Football Club 2-0 in the Hafa Adai Fun Cup at the NMI Soccer Training. Shirley's displayed balanced work throughout both halves. In the opening half, it was a fairly even battle between both teams with neither able to gain the upper hand. Several exchanges were made which kept spectators on their toes. After over 20 minutes of play,
The NMI Boys U18 National Team and TanHoldings Football Club coasted past their respective opponents to share the early lead in the MSL Cup of the Marianas Soccer League Fall Season 2021. The NMI U18 walloped the Old B Bank, 7-0, in the penultimate match last Sunday at the NMI Soccer Training Center in Koblerville, while TanHoldings hammered Paire Football Club in similar scores. TanHoldings and the NMI U18 now hold identical 2-0-0 win-draw-loss record, while Paire dropped to
TANHOLDINGS Football Club have taken the lead in the premier division team standings of the Dove Women's League Fall Tournament after bagging their second win by outlasting the Kanoa Football Club 7-6 Wednesday at the NMI Soccer Training Center.
Although the season has just begun, the match between THFC and Kanoa was played like a championship game as neither team wanted to let the lead slip out of their hands.
The first 20 minutes were filled with back-and-forth action along
Kaithlynn Chavez knocked in back-to-back goals late in the game to help TanHoldings Football Club escape past Kanoa Football Club, 7-6, in the Premier Division of the Dove Women’s Fall League 2021 last Wednesday night at the NMI Soccer Training Center in Koblerville. Behind at 5-6 with seven minutes left in the 60-minute match and after Kanoa’s Irish Pagarao delivered two straight goals, TanHoldings banked on Chavez’s heroics down the stretch to pull off a nail-biter. Chavez,
Paire Football Club won the battle of unbeaten teams in the co-ed U12 division in the 2021 NMIFA Youth Fall League, while TanHoldings also kept its clean record in the girls and boys U15 plays after the Week 4 matches last Saturday at the NMI Soccer Training Center in Koblerville. Paire stretched its winning run to three following a 4-1 triumph over erstwhile undefeated MP United Pink. Rodney Junior Tomei scored two goals for Paire, which is now alone at the top spot of the t
TANHOLDINGS and Southern United football clubs remain the teams to beat in the U15 girls division of the Youth League Fall Tournament after outscoring their opponents Saturday at the NMI Soccer Training Center.
TanHoldings are currently at the top of the food chain as they collected their fourth win with an emphatic 7-1 victory over the Kanoa Football Club.
In football, the winner is not always the team that starts it, but the team that finishes it, and that sums up the match
The Marianas Soccer League Fall Season kicked of last Sunday with TanHoldings Football Club and Paire Football Club prevailing in their respective games in the MSL Cup at the NMI Soccer Training Center in Koblerville. TanHoldings waltzed past the Old B Bank in the first match in the division, 5-0, while Paire outclassed Eleven Tiger, 5-3. Michitetu Mita powered TanHoldings to the lopsided win after firing three goals, while Joshua Waldo and Rakib Hassan added one goal apiece.
MATANSA Football Club and Paire Football Club won their games Saturday in the U12 division of the Youth League Fall Tournament at the NMI Soccer Training Center. Matansa collected their second win of the season by taking down Kanoa Football Club 2, 5-2. Although Kanoa 2 drew first blood thanks to a quick shot by Izaiah Tenorio at the 5th minute mark, MFC managed to shut down Kanoa 2’s run with an all-out assault. It was all in the footwork of MFC’s Anton Megino as he sco
The Northern Marianas Technical Institute held an outreach presentation for close to 30 members of the NMI training team pool last Thursday at its Lower Base facility. The athletes were treated to presentations on NMTI’s courses and scholarship opportunities and a tour of the trade school. In an interview Thursday, NMTI chief executive officer Jodina Attao said NMTI Board of Trustees member Catherine Attao—who is also a Northern Mariana Islands Football Association Committee
Kansa Football Club and TanHoldings Football Club routed their respective opponents to remain in the Top 2 of the team rankings in the girls U15 division of 2021 NMIFA Youth Fall League. TanHoldings crushed Southern United FC, 8-1, in the final game in the division last Saturday at the NMI Soccer Training Center in Koblerville to improve to a 3-0-0 win-draw-loss record and keep the top spot in the leaderboard. Kaithlyn Chavez powered TanHoldings to the easy win after deliveri