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Hana 2 – Solomon Warriors 6

From start to end Solomon Warriors were in attack searching for goals and James Naka got his first of the season in style to open scoring for Solomon Warriors pulling wide on the left before sending the ball past Hana reserve goalkeeper, Bart Fisiniu.
All round strength was the key for Solomon Warriors as an improved performance from the backline gave their front men the luxury to move about in search of goals with George Kwanae picking out most of Hana’s long passes before they could reach the danger zone.
By halftime Solomon Warriors were 3 nil in front as Kidston Billy added in the 21st minute from a thundering shot past Fisinui and Carrol Kakate added the third in the 35th minute giving them a healthy buffer as they went out for the break.
The second half saw Hana more composed but the damage was already done in the first half and while they had opportunities to score they came few and far between leaving them vulnerable to their opponents who had more possession.
Defensively, Hana were able to shut down several advances from Solomon Warriors but could not prevent another 3 goals from being scored against them in the second half.
Substitute Jamie Molea, the younger brother of former Lautoka player and Solomon Islands international Judd Molea, got on the score sheet in the 68th minute when he beat the offside trap and fired home taking the scores to 4 – 0.
Brian Feni then added Solomon Warriors fifth goal in the 71st minute after starting a powerful run from just inside his own half and beating 3 Hana defenders before hammering the ball home.
Hana got back some pride when Remarx Kwaria landed a spectacular 35 yard long ranger in the 73rd minute and George Afia headed home in the 89th minute to register their side’s only 2 goals of the match.
However, Solomon Warriors were not yet done and they raised their haul for the day to 6 goals when Peter Taloga scored in extra time to wrap up a fine day for them.
The win takes Solomon Warriors to 22 points and they are moving closer to Koloale who dropped points against them in the previous week.

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