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Once again it was their previous match result that mattered most as Solomon Warriors went through despite drawing 2-all with Koloale. Their 3-1 win last weekend ushered them through to the semis with a win by aggregate of 5…

KOSSA, after their loss to Real Kakamora in their earlier meeting, were a much better side this afternoon at Lawson Tama stadium ending the match with a 2-0 win. However, this was not enough to meet the minimum four…

KOSSA will open the round with their return match against Real Kakamora on Saturday. Real Kakamora set themselves in a great position to qualify for the semi-finals after beating KOSSA 5-1 earlier this week but it does not guarantee…

Defender, Chris Tafoa, set KOSSA up just after seven minutes with a blistering shot past Kevin Samani but, unfortunately, for his side that was the only time they found the back of the net in the game. KOSSA’s lead…

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…

Western United, Solomon Warriors, Hana, Real Kakamora, KOSSA, Malaita Kingz, Koloale and Marist will take part in the championship which sees them compete in four groups dubbed A to D. Each group composes of two clubs based on their…

In fact, the victory was already confirmed a week prior after United’s stunning 7-0 hammering of former champions Koloale. This win saw them secure the league title and the match against KOSSA was a mere formality. While they surely…

Solomon Warriors took the pitch against bottom placed X-Beam on Saturday and were clear about their intentions with a 4-1 victory. Gibson Daudau opened in the 20th minute and by halftime Solomon Warriors were comfortably ahead at 3 nothing…