Raphael Lea’i scores a brace to keep Henderson Eels close to Solomon Warriors

Another round of Telekom S-League is over. Four matches were played at Lawson Tama Stadium. Scroll down and check Oceania Football Center’s review of the round.


Everything tied in a very tough match! Harrison Mala opened the scoreboard for Kossa but Darold Kakasi tied the match for Laugu. It was Kakasi’s first goal in this S-League season before. This result kept both teams at the same positions in table, Kossa in 4th and Laugu United in 5th.

Kakasi (in black) fights for the ball. Source: S-League Media


Solomon Warriors won again to remain on top of the table with 28 points. Dennis Ifunaoa opened the scoreboard in the late first half while the three other goals were scored in the second half. Ni-Van players John Alick and Tony Kaltack had important roles in this match with both players scoring one goal each. Kaltack remains on top for Golden Boot Award with 15 goals scored in ten matches.

Tony Kaltack with the ball against Malaita Kings. Source: S-League Media


Henderson Eels won Marist by 3-0 in Leon Kofana’s debut. Patrick Taroga opened the scoreboard for Eels. The other two goals were scored by Raphael Lea’i in stoppage time to seal the win. These were the first goals of Lea’i in S-League.

Raphael Lea’i (left), Alick Solo (middle) and Leon Kofana (right). Source: S-League Media


Real Kakamora remains winless on bottom while Isabel moves up with three more points. Sam Vahia opened the scoreboard for Isabel in the first minute. The second goal was an own-goal scored by Kahu John. Alvin Ray and Tuita Maeobia also netted for Isabel United.

Jordan Lea’alafa playing for Isabel United. Source: S-League Media

Check the full standings and top scorers by clicking here.

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