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Malaita Kingz were the only obstacle in Solomon Warriors’ march to the title and a confident performance from them saw the runners-up from the first season make it home with still a match to spare. A sparkling performance from…

See below for play by play text. Solomon Warriors: 24. Silas Seda (GK); 2. Mahlon Houkarawa; 12. Jerry Donga; 5. Dennis Ifunaoa; 10. Judd Molea; 6. Molea Tigi; 22. Bata Furai; 14. Jeffery Bule; 27. Micah Lea’alafa; 3. Hardies…

See below play by play summary.Marist Fire: 9. Abraham Iniga; 5. Joshua Tuasulia; 19. Fredrick Dola; 15. Fred Bala; 8. Norman Miniti; 17. Augustine Tagana; 6. Joachim Kairi; 11. John Misitana; 10. Tutizama Tanito; 3. John Lee Misitana; 20….

See below for text summary.Hana: 1. Peter Kiriau (GK); 21. Franklyn Forau; 18. Dalton Maesia; 3. Ian Sida; 16. Martin Saleimanu; 2. Croffson Mana; 20. Stanley Waita; 11. Cornelly Rata; 19. Jeffery Henry; 14. Joe Manu; 13. Larry Hong…

See below play by play text. Real Kakamora: 6. Davidson Tome; 17. Charlie Rifasia; 5. Willie Garo; 11. Johan Doiwale; 15. Ian Ngahugari; 2. Paul Hiri; 16. Dida Qwaina; 12. Lyson Wate; 9. Brendan Rou; 23. John Kahu; 25….

The Warriors are up against Malaita Kingz on Sunday and will end the league with a catch up clash against Real Kakamora next Wednesday. While on paper this may seem like an easy task but even getting a win…

Scroll below for play by play text.Western United: 18. John Anita; 3. Michael Boso; 16. Loni Qaraba; 4. Aleck Wickham; 7. Himson Teleda; 20. Felix Ray Jnr. (GK); 10. Mostyn Sanga; 2. Leonard Rokoto; 11. Nathan Kera; 19. Jack…

Defending champions Koloale failed to join the duo in a 3-way battle for the league title after dropping points unexpectedly against a KOSSA outfit bent on exacting revenge for a 7-2 humiliation the previous season. Despite picking up a…

The result pushed Koloale back to fourth place and allowed last season wooden spooners Real Kakamora to move up to third place. The outcome, however, could have been worse for Koloale had Jack Jethro scored a last minute opportunity…

Solympics duo Micah Lea’alafa and Jeffery Bule did the damage and there was no way back for Western United who did not have the guidance of their coach, Stefan Metanolmski, on the sidelines. Solomon Warriors had good backing from…