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Western, Warriors draw first blood

Western United were out in force on Saturday taking back a lot of lost pride following their loss to KOSSA at the conclusion of the league competition a week ago. Unfortunately for Marist, they were on the opposing side the as Commins Menapi coached side hammered seven unanswered goals past them.
Solomon Warriors took on Koloale who proved to be a tougher nut to crack but experience and patience were on the side of Moses Toata’s men as came away with a 3-1 win. Koloale were also dealt a blow with the expulsion of defender, Jack Wasi, for denying a goal scoring opportunity.
The two matches that were scheduled to be played on Sunday were cancelled on account of bad weather which swamped the Lawson Tama pitch. The Hana v Malaita Kingz match will be played on Tuesday and the Real Kakamora v KOSSA match will take place on Wednesday.
The second round of the championship will continue this weekend with each tie reversed as clubs who played home matches in the first round will play their away matches. The winners of each tie will proceed to the semi-finals.
A prize basket of SBD$240 000.00, sponsored by Our Telekom, awaits the top three finishers.

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