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Warriors crowned Super Cup champions

James Naka first half penalty strike was not enough to secured victory for Amicale after Solomon Warriors hit man Denis Ifunaoa scored two goals in the first half that gave Warriors the sweet victory.
Warrior’s head coach Moses Toata who celebrates his 40th birthday on Saturday was a happy man after the match.
“I don’t know what to say but thank you to my players for displayed a outstanding performance against the Vanuatu club champions.” Said Coach Moses Toata.
“Our win over Amicale today is like a special present on my birthday.”
“This is a great tournament and I just wish we can have clubs from Fiji, New Caledonia and Papua New Guinea take part in this competition next year.”
“This is not about the Tamtam but it is about the title and I am very happy to win this Tamtam for the second time.”
“As I mentioned few days ago that I will take back the Melanesian Super Tamtam back to Honiara on Sunday and today we have shown to the football fans that we are the real Melanesian champions.” He said.
Western United of Solomon Islands came third on the final standing after draw with Erakor Golden Star of Vanuatu 1-1.
Solomon Warriors FC will fly back to Honiara on Sunday and expected a huge crowds at Henderson International Airport to welcome their Melanesian heros.
Solomon Islands will host the next Melanesian Super Cup in 2016.
Final Standing Melanesian Super Cup 2015
1. Solomon Warriors F: 9 points
2. Amicale FC: 4 points
3. Western Untied FC: 2 points
4. Erakor Golden Star FC: 1 point
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