Solomon Warriors back to the top

Another matchweek of Telekom S-League is gone with lots of emotions and surprises. Isabel United and Solomon Warriors were the biggest winners of this gameweek. Scroll down and check what happened in all matches:


After losing to Isabel United in their last match, Solomon Warriors is back to winning ways after smashing Real Kakamora by 8-0 at Lawson Tama Stadium.

Tony Kaltack scored a hat-trick and he has now eighteen goals in the league. This win took Solomon Warriors back to the first position because Henderson Eels lost this weekend.

Tony Kaltack scored a hat-trick this weekend. Source: S-League Media


After surprising Solomon Warriors last week, Isabel United surprised once again to beat Henderson Eels by 1-0. Marlon Nanone netted a penalty kick in the first half to seal the win.

Isabel United had some difficulties during the match because David Supa was sent off after receiving two yellow cards in the second half but they managed to hold Eels.

Eels is now in the second position with 31 points while Isabel is in third with 21.

Isabel’s players celebrating the goal scored by Nanone. Source: S-League Media


Malaita Kings got three important points against Laugu United on Sunday. Edward Huniuehu scored his 11th goal in this season to open the scoreboard in the first half. Nigel Dabinyaba scored his first goal for Kings in the second half to increase the lead to 2-0.

Laugu also had opportunites to tie the match. Darold Kakasi scored for Laugu United – 2-1. They also had an opportunity to tie the match but Kings’ goalkeeper Erick Peter saved a penalty kick from Atkin Kaua in the last minute of game.

Laugu is now in the seventh position with fifteen points while Kings is in fourth with eighteen points.

Edward Hunieuhu has 11 goals in the league. Source: S-League Media


Guadalcanal almost felt the taste of a win for the second time this season but Marist managed to avoid it.

In a match with two turnarounds, Guadalcanal opened the scoreboard and saw Marist turning it to 2-1. Then Guadalcanal took the lead again with a penalty kick goal but they could not take the three points home because Steward Toata scored for Marist in the late second half and put a final dot in this breathtaking game with the scoreboard tied – 3-3.

Players fighting for the ball – Source: S-League Media

You can check the current league standings and the top scorers by clicking here.


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