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Marist have missed out on an opportunity to contest their first OFC Champions League final after being beaten 1-0 by Lautoka in the second leg of the semi-finals at Lawson Tama Stadium this afternoon. After tying the first leg of the semi-final…

Although the first leg in Lautoka ended in a 1-1 draw, this weekend’s OFC Champions League semi-final in Honiara leans ever so slightly in Marist FC’s favour. Not only do they get home ground advantage and the fans that…

Solomon Warriors forward Gagame Feni believes the backs-to-the-wall start his side made to the OFC Champions League in Tahiti only steeled their resolve as they approach an even bigger test – playing defending champions Auckland City away in a…

Michael Boso owes a lot to Marist. The lofty defender had always dreamed of earning a coveted spot in the Solomon Islands national team but was faced with a string of rejections as he sought to find his place…

Auckland City FC and Solomon Warriors both begin their OFC Champions League play-off tilts with added confidence in Auckland on Sunday having recently added trophies to their cabinets. Defending Oceania champions Auckland City head into the quarter final having…

They may both belong to the Melanesian brotherhood but when Nalkutan and Marist meet in tomorrow’s OFC Champions League quarter final at Korman Stadium there will be no love lost between them. Saturday’s match is a significant one. For…

As Benjamin Totori continues to find new ways to extend his lead in the OFC Champions League all-time top goal scorers, there’s one young man keeping a close eye on the Solomon Islands international. Marist striker Mathias Iani has…