YFL Match Day 3: Mendiola stay undefeated, GOM score victory over Ceres South in U19 Division Mendiola stays on top of U17 division; Kaya Elite, CIFA leads divisions in U15

ABS-CBN Sports on Oct 07, 2019 03:54 PM
YFL Match Day 3 Roundup
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Fun action filled the fields of Alabang Country Club and Circulo Verde during Match Day 3 of the Speed Regalo Youth Football League.

Mendiola FC stays on top of the U19 standings after disposing of Malaya, 4-1. GOM scored their second win of the tournament over Ceres South, 2-1.

The U17 division featured Malaya shutting down GOM 2002, 3-0, while Mendiola dominated Forza FC, 6-1.

Kaya Elite continue their winning streak to 3 after defeating GOM B04, 5-2, in the U15 division 1. Their Divison 2 counterparts also remain undefeated and left Laos scoreless, 3-0 in their encounter. GOM A picked up their second win by beating Atletico Diliman, 4-1, to round up the U15 games.

The U13 division was highlighted by dominating performances by both division leaders. Bohemian finished Laos Valenzuela in a 10-0 shutout, while Tanauan did the same to Athletico Diliman, 9-0. Kaya mauled Mendiola, 8-1 and Ceres North won over GAU, 2-1, to round up all the games.

Malaya continues their dominance on the U11 division by beating Apuesto, 10-0, while Kaya (Yellow) remains in second at the league standings by winning over Bohemian, 6-1.

MSA Agila 1 remain as the team to beat by defeating Ceres in a tightly contested match, 2-1, at the U9 division. On the other hand, Kaya Yellow scored two victories and stay undefeated with victories over Malaya and Aspire 2.

 

Youth Football League U19:

Mendiola 4- Malaya 1

GOM 2 – Ceres South 1

 

Youth Football League U17:

Malaya 3 – GOM 2002 0

Mendiola 6 – Forza 2

 

Youth Football League U15:

Kaya Elite 5 – GOM B04 2

CIFA 3 – Laos 0

GOM A 05/06 4 - Atletico Diliman 1

 

Youth Football League U13:

Tanauan 9 -  Athletico Diliman 0

Bohemian 10 – Laos Valenzuela 0

Kaya 8 – Mendiola 1

Ceres North 4 - GAU 2

 

Youth Football League U11:

Ceres  4 – Kaya (Black) 0

Forza 1 – Laos 0

Malaya 10 – Apuesto Bueno 0

Kaya (Yellow) 6 – Bohemian 1

GAU 3 – G8 0

 

Youth Football League U9:

Malaya 2 – Forza (2) 1

Kaya (Yellow) 2 – Laos 1

MSA Agila (1) 2 – Ceres 1

Aspire 2 – Bohemian 0

Ceres 2 – Malaya 1

Forza (1) 6 – MSA Agila (2) 0

G8 5 – Kaya (Black) 0

Forza (1) 4 – Laos 0

Aspire 3 – Kaya (Black) 2

G8 10 - MSA Agila (2) 0

 

Youth Football League U7:

Apuesto Bueno 0 – Malaya 0

Bohemian 3 - Aspire (2) 1

G8 (1) 3 – Kaya (Black) 0

Ceres 5 - G8 (2) 0

Loyola 2 – G8 (1) 2

Kaya (Yellow) 3 – Aspire (2) 1

Kaya (Yellow) 6 – Malaya o

Ceres 7 – Bohemian 2

Kaya (Black) 2 – G8 (2) 0

Loyola 2 – Forza 1

Forza 8 – Aspire (1) 0

Loyola 5 – Kaya (Black) 1

Aspire (1) 1 – Apuesto Bueno 0

 

 

 About the Philippine Youth Football League:

The Philippine Youth Football League (YFL) is the biggest youth football competition in the country founded in 2017 by Football Alliance as an offspring of the former United Football League (UFL)-Youth.

It's main objectives are promoting grassroots football development through consistent leagues, providing a platform for club teams to extend opportunities for more exposure and playing time, spearhead initiatives in communities, and encourage youth clubs to work together and improve the state of youth football in the country. Founding members include Green Archers United, Ceres-Negros Youth, MSA-Aguila, Loyola Meralco, Forza, JP Voltes, Global, Kaya, and Stallion-Laguna.

The 2019 Speed Regalo YFL calendar season features 20 club teams fielding squads in eight age brackets in the boys and girls divisions.

 

The current calendar season is presented by Globe, HG, LGR, Manila Jockey Club, Umbro, and Bootcamp and FOX Sports Philippines are its media partners.

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