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Malaita Kingz 0 – Western United 2

A goal in each half was enough to see Western United claim a more comfortable grip on third place in the ladder but they could have added several more goals especially in the dying minutes when substitute Engalei Saepio squandered 3 scoring chances.
Malaita Kingz started strongly but the magic was not working for them on the right flanks as that channel did not come into action for most the game leaving the attacking duties to the left and the centre, thus, giving their opponents some breathing space in these 2 areas.
Moffat Kilifa scored the opening goal from a scramble on the right side of the park where he had been loitering somehow picking a shot from amongst 3 Malaita Kingz defenders to beat Leon Fox.
Trevor Suinao first came close to equalising for Malaita Kingz with a hard shot on the left but it went just wide and Michael Taeman headed wide from close range, thus, leaving Western United to take their lead into the second half.
Western United returned with a renewed hunger to get more goals but their finishing was not up to par and opportunities went begging from Hickley Rence and Nathan Kera and the same could be said for Malaita Kingz who were denied by Felix Ray Jnr. on a number of occasions.
Kera, however, made amends for his earlier blunders scoring in the 58th minute to give Western United a 1-goal buffer going into the last 30 minutes of the game and they managed to keep the score line that way until full time.

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