Port Vila Premier League – Week 4 Review

The PVFA Premier League’s Week 4 is over. Four matches were played in Port Vila top division and Oceania Football Center brings a review of each match for you!


After losing by 14-0 in the first round, Yatel brought some players and became a competitive side. Mansen Jacob scored Yatel’s goal while Jean Marie Manuriki netted for Ifira Black Bird. Yatel remains in 7th but Ifira BB is now in the second position.

Ifira Black Bird players


The biggest shock of this weekend! Sia-Raga won Galaxy by 1-0 with a goal scored by Alick Donald to remain in the 5th position. Galaxy had an opportunity to score but the goal was canceled so they bitter their first loss in the championship. The loss is not the only bad news for Galaxy: Kensi Tangis got injured in this match and is expected to be out for three weeks. Hard luck for the Blues this weekend.

Sia-Raga starting eleven against Galaxy


Tupuji Imere finally scored and netted six at once to thrash Mauwia by 6-1. Elington Molivakarua led the team scoring a brace to sink their opponents. Mauwia stands in the last position with zero points and they will come back to First Division if they do not reinforce their squad.

Tupuji Imere starting eleven against Mauwia


In the biggest clash of the round Erakor held Tafea to a draw just like they did against Galaxy last weekend. Both teams remain unbeaten in the championship while Galaxy breathes a sigh of relief because Tafea did not win the match. The goals were scored by John Thomas (Tafea) and Kaltfer Kaltack (Erakor Golden Star). Erakor now has three draws in four matches while Tafea leads the league with ten points in four matches.

Erakor Golden Star starting eleven against Tafea

You can check the full table, results and topscorers by clicking here.


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