Another gameweek is gone in the 2019-20 Telekom S-League with some important results that may be very decisive to the final league standings. Scroll down and check what happened during the weekend in the S-League!
HENDERSON EELS 2-2 SOLOMON WARRIORS
The most important match of the season ended drawn. Raphael Lea’i scored early in the beginning of the match to give Eels the lead but Benjamin Totori tied the game with a close-range finish in the first half for Warriors.
Tutizama Tanito restored Eels’ lead with a stunning goal. Eels’ goalkeeper Anthony Talo brought down Totori in the box as referee George Time awarded a penalty for Warriors. Ni-Vanuatu midfielder John Alick netted the penalty kick to tie the match.
Warriors are leading the league with 35 points while Eels have 32 points with two matches left to play for each team.
LAUGU UNITED 9-0 REAL KAKAMORA
Laugu smashed Real Kakamora to take the fifth position in the league. Darold Kakasi netted four goals while Mathias Iani scored a hat-trick to bring Laugu back to the winning pathway. The other two goals were scored by Clayton Menapa and Leslie Ramo.
Real Kakamora is having an awful season. They lost all their matches so far.
ISABEL UNITED 12-0 GUADALCANAL
Just like Real Kakamora, Guadalcanal is having a very harsh season winning only one match so far (against Real Kakamora). They were thrashed by Isabel United this weekend with a heavy 12-0 loss. Unfortunately there is no reliable information about the goalscorers.
Isabel United keeps their good streak to remain on the third position with 25 points.
KOSSA 6-2 MALAITA KINGS
Kossa won again to keep pursuing Isabel United for the third position in the league table. Harrison Mala scored his second straight hat-trick and he has now 12 goals scored in the league, half of them were netted in the last two matches. Robert Laua, Lore Fonaota and Barrie Limoki also scored for Kossa. Malaita Kings’ goals were scored by Papua New Guinea International Nigel Dabinyaba and good striker Edward Huniuehu.
Malaita Kings is in the sixth position with 18 points while Kossa is in fourth with 23 points.