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For three of the four Group D sides, tomorrow’s final OFC Champions League matches at Lawson Tama Stadium in Honiara offer one last chance to make their quarterfinal dreams come true. After a win and a draw each, Team…

For the second match running Solomon Islands S-League runners-up Marist FC have been held to a 1-1 draw at the OFC Champions League. In the late match both Marist and Magenta were expecting improved performances with Marist after their…

AS Magenta were the only side to pick up three points from their opening match in Honiara, but they’ll need to do the business again tomorrow against the home side Marist if they want to keep their OFC Champions…

AS Dragon and Solomon Warriors qualified for the quarterfinals of the OFC Champions League after a 2-1 win to Warriors over the host club confirmed them both in the top two of Group B in Tahiti on Saturday (local…

The three teams in contention for two OFC Champions League quarterfinals spots from Group B are working through the possible permutations as they prepare for their final playoff push on Saturday (local time) in Papeete, Tahiti. In what shapes…

Solomon Warriors roared back into quarterfinal contention in Group B of the OFC Champions League with a 6-1 win over AS Lossi in Papeete on Wednesday evening.   In a must-win match for both teams in the afternoon kick-off,…

Solomon Islands international striker Benjamin Totori is ready to add to his tally of 41 OFC Champions League appearances with Fiji club Lautoka who enter this year’s competition in Group C alongside the defending champions Auckland City FC. The…

It’s do-or-die for Solomon Warriors and New Caledonia’s AS Lossi who each need points to keep alive their hopes of claiming one of the two play-off places on offer. Recovery from Sunday takes on even more importance having played…