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Awards ceremony concludes TSL

The grounds at the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) academy hosted the event just like it did the launching of the Telekom S-League earlier this year on February 12. Our Telekom signage and colours dominated the venue with the Telekom S-League logo once again taking centre stage attention.
The official program was brief but exciting as the winning teams came with their fans to celebrate their success. Entertainment for the evening was not in short supply as the likes of Too Good Boys, Wantoks and a bamboo band all the way from the Western Province graced the stage with their songs and performances.
The first award to be presented was the Telekom S-League Golden Boot Award which went to Benjamin Totori of Koloale. Totori found the back of the net 23 times during the season in the 19 matches that he featured for his club. This was followed by the Telekom S-League Fair Play Award which went to Marist Fire. Former Hekari United star, Joachim Waroi, who captained Marist Fire this season was given the honour to receive the award on behalf of his club.
The Telekom S-League Championship Series awards came next in line in the program. KOSSA collected $50 000 for their fourth place finish in the championship and Western United walked away with $70 000. The $90 000 second prize in the championship went to Koloale. The winners of the championship, Solomon Warriors, were $150 000 richer courtesy of their penalty-shootout win over Koloale in the finals.
Next came the league awards and big cheers started to roll in from the Koloale fans as they waited for their team to take the stage. KOSSA were up once again, this time to receive the league third place prize which was $50 000 and 30 bronze medals. Solomon Warriors collected the second place prize which was worth $75 000 with 30 silver medals. The final league prize of $150 000 and 30 gold medals went to the winners Koloale.
The final act of the night was the presentation of the 2011 O-League Fair Play award which was won by Koloale.
The night’s program was wrapped with an island feast and music entertainment.

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