After the disappointing loss to Tonga last weekend, Toa Samoa has quietly snuck into Cairns, Australia, for their next game against Scotland. And The Cairns Post reports that the players immediately headed for “one of Cairns’ most iconic restaurants” after a secret arrival.
In an effort to amplify support and sponsorship of our beloved Manu Samoa, Bluesky is backing all local Seven aside tournaments. As loyal sponsors of our National Manu Samoa 7s team over the last 4 years, Bluesky continues to explore ways to give back to our loved sport.
Toa Samoa and Mate Ma’a are ready for a war of epic proportions when they clash in tonight’s much-anticipated Rugby League World Cup match in Hamilton, New Zealand. But it is a battle of a different kind that has players, officials and the New Zealand Police worried as tensions build ahead of the match.
Toa Samoa has to control the football a lot better this weekend if it wants to compete against Tonga. That’s the message from Head Coach, Matt Parish, who said the team’s capitulation in the second half against the Kiwis last week where they lost, 38-8, is a big lesson.
Toa Samoa Coach, Matt Parish, has made a change to his team to take on Mate Ma’a Tonga at the Rugby League World Cup clash in Hamilton this Saturday. Ricky Leutele has come into the starting team in place of Peter Mata’utia who has had to withdraw due to a groin injury.
Toa Samoa captain Frank Pritchard was not a happy man. Feeling deflated from a 38-8 loss to the Kiwis, Pritchard said there is a lot of work for Toa Samoa to do ahead of their next World Cup game against Tonga in Hamilton. Toa Samoa came out of the blocks firing on all cylinders.
Twenty-two players have secured contracts to be part of the Manu Samoa 7s team at the 2017 and 2018 I.R.B. World Sevens Series.
David Haye has pulled out of his all-British heavyweight rematch with Tony Bellew because of injury.
President Donald Trump is putting pro football players on notice for Week 4 of the NFL season: He won't stand for it if they kneel in protest during the national anthem.
The Samoa Women’s Futsal team returned with a Bronze Medal from the Oceania Football Confederation O.F.C. Youth Futsal tournament held in Auckland, New Zealand, last week. Samoa both competed in the Men’s and Women’s divisions of the O.F.C. Futsal tournament.
Samoa enters this year’s F.I.B.A. U18 Oceania Championships aiming to improve on a promising performance in the 2014 tournament, and a lot of their fortunes will be placed on the shoulders of Linda Kelsall
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