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Cathy Aihunu

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Current teamKoloale
Date of birth( 1995-06-23 ) 23 June 1995 (age 25)
Full nameCathy Aihunu
Place of birthSolomon Islands
Playing position(s)Defender

THERE was no shortage of intense action in the last match day of the elimination phase of the first-ever Philam Life 7s Womens Football League at McKinley Hill Stadium, as four teams secured spots in the semi-finals. Match Day no. 7 for the Women's division feature massive blowouts with Bohemian Sporting Club and Manila Nomads sealing the top seeds heading into the semi-finals. Bohemian SC posted the most impressive clean sheet of all of Season 3 of Philam Life 7s Football League festivities, annihilating Young Pinay 10-0. It was the biggest winning margin in the mens or Womens division for the current season, allowing BSC to finish with top overall seed. They were able to take advantage of Young Pinays early defensive mishaps as they poured in four goals in the first half. Cathy Aihunu led the charge in the second half, helping the team score six more. Overall, she scored five goals in total to lead all scorers. Coach Ava Africa reminded her players to always be hungry and not let their past success get into their heads, especially going into the semifinals as higher seed club. We didnt change anything because it working for us so far. We never let our success get in our heads, say Africa. Outkast FC came up short of the matching BSCs milestone, but they nevertheless destroyed Younghusbands Football Academy, 9-0. Outkast FC blew the game wide open right away in the first half, scoring five unanswered goals. They added four more in the second half, in what was their best game in the tournament. Pressuring her wards was something manager Keuts Smith didnt intend to do, but it has worked nonetheless, giving the team a sigh of relief momentarily. We were always starting out slow, which is why we needed to win this game. Otherwise, we wo qualify for the semis. I guess girls feel pressure and they deliver, said Smith. In the first match-up, Manila Nomads trounced Sugod Malaya, 4-1. Nomads scored all four of their goals in the first half, setting the tone for a dominant finish. Kristine Cosgrove turned in her best performance of the tourney for Nomads, and she credits her coach for pushing her to improve every game. It was a solid win. We scored 4-1, and you ca be displeased with that. In semis, it is all difficult stage. It doesnt really matter who we play against. Well, just go out THERE next week and look forward to doing the best we possibly can and try to get to the final, said head coach Shane Cosgrove. Utilizing their balanced firepower, Stallion-Hiraya FC finished the regular season by routing Payatas FC, 7-1. After leading 5-0 in the first half, Stallions-Hiraya FC chipped in two more goals to add more to their goal total. With national team stalwarts Cam Rodriguez and Natasha Alquiros leading the way, squad confidence is as high as ever, just in time for the upcoming semifinals.

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Kirios 23-woman squad announced

Shortly after the naming of the men's national team, Bonitos, focus was shifted to the women's team as Inifiri proceeded to read out names of players in his squad. Inifiris list was finalise in June but announcement was delayed so that lists for both mens and womens team could be released at same time. Kirios list, as the womens team is known locally, includes 5 new and former players, including the striking pair of Vanessa Inifiri and Laydah Samani, who both missed the 2010 Oceania Football Confederation Women Nations Cup due to personal commitments. The inclusion of Inifiri and Samani is expected to strengthen the attack of Kirios and cause problems for opposition defenders. Also making the cut is U-17 defender Cathy Aihunu. Aihunu is making her name as one of the top defenders in the women's game in Solomon Islands and her ability to turn the game on opposition from her own defensive area will serve the team well. Joining Aihunu in defence are Margaret Belo and Margareth Daudau. Inifiri also use press conference to inform the public about preparations of the team and say that overall he is satisfied that the women's team is ready for the Pacific Games. We have put squad in place in good time and we have been able to work them into the style of playing that we want. I am confident that the team is ready for the Pacific Games. We can match big names in this competition, Inifiri say. Inifiri was forced to justify participation of the women's team after member of the media questioned the performance of the team in past international competitions. In his reply, Inifiri points out that the women's team has attended less than 5 international competitions in its history and their record is improving with each showing. It was only recently that Solomon Islands started sending women's team at national level to international competitions and it goes without saying that each time we participate we have improved against top sides in the Pacific. This is another opportunity for us to move up against our opponents, Eventually, Solomon Islands will get to be among the best sides in the Pacific in the women's game, Inifiri say. Kirios have been benefitting from preparation programs that feature them playing matches against local men's teams, including the popular Dragons and Kikaraon club which consist of retired football players. A strong fitness regime under the supervision of Faamoana Topue is also helping the team achieve its fitness goals. Kirios squad Goalkeepers 1. Betty Sade-Solomon Warriors 2. Annie Geli-Marist Defenders 1. Rise Gwali-Solomon Warriors 2. Audrey Jack-Marist 3. Everlyn Asibara-Solomon Warriors 4. Brenda Masae-Solomon Warriors 5. Belinda Susana-Koloale 6. Cathy Aihunu 7. Margaret Belo-Solomon Warriors 8. Gael Donga-Solomon Warriors 9. Margareth Daudau midfield 1. Betty Maenu-Marist 2. Mary Maefiti-Koloale 3. Sally Saeni-Junior Flamingo 4. Ella Misibini-Solomon Warriors 5. Ileen Pegi-Solomon Warriors 6. Crystal Bwakolo-Koloale 7. Mesalyn Saepio-Koloale Forwards 1. Laydah Samani-Solomon Warriors 2.

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