Shefa team beat the VFF Beach soccer squad 7-1 yesterday at the Epauto Multipurpose Hall in the third day competitions of the VFF National Youth U16 Futsal tournament.

The competitions saw each teams taking turns in playing two games in a day. Shefa managed to beat Penama 5 nil in its first game yesterday and grabbing another win later in the evening.

Both teams displayed massive games in the first half with Shefa earning 6 goals in the first half. VFF Beach soccer came in tough to produce few attempts and managed to score its only goal in the first half as well.

In the second half, the game intensity increased as both teams look on to grab more goals. VFF Beach soccer squad created opportunities to chase the score line however Shefa kept steady as it continued to disturb the chances at hand.

Shefa continued to pressure its opponents defense wall and came in to score its last goal moving the score to 7-1.

Both teams created a lot of attempts to move the score line but couldn’t place the ball into the net with the defense strategies it displayed.

Final score 7-1 in favor of Shefa.

Below are day three game match results:

Port Vila 3 — VFF Beach soccer 1

Academy 5 — Luganville 0

Port Vila 2 – Tafea 3

Day four competitions will kick off 3pm with Academy playing against VFF Beach soccer. The second game will see Luganville play Tafea at 4pm. Shefa will play Port Vila at 5pm and VFF Beach soccer will play Tafea in the last match at 6pm.

The entrance fee is VT300 for adults and VT100 for students.

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