One of the Solomon Islands powerhouse football clubs is set to return to its glory days this Sunday (Feb 12th) at Lawson Tama Stadium; the Solomon Warriors just need a draw against the struggling Waneagu United to confirm its Telekom S-League title of the 2022 national league season.
After impressive results in the past matches including wins over Honiara City and Real Kakamora, the most succesful club of the country is set confirm its favouritism and retake the trophy of the Telekom S-League. – the last time the team won the national league was back in the 2019-20 season. The closest team to Warriors in the table currently is Kossa FC and wasted a chance to keep in contention of the title as they suffered a heavy defeat against the strong team of Henderson Eels by 6-0 – Adrian Mara scored a hattrick for Eels in this encounter.
As recently mentioned in an interview to Oceania Football Center, one of the most important players of Warriors, Dennis Ifunaoa, the biggest goals of the season for the team are to confirm the S-League title and take a spot in the OFC Champions League group stage.
The battle for the second place – that’s currently hot between Kossa and Henderson Eels that separated by just one point in the table – is set to decide which team will take on Warriors in the OFC Champions League national play-offs in order to determine which team will represent Solomon Islands in the regional tournament. Currently, the Warriors just rely on themselves to achieve the title, although a second-place in the league is already confirm – thus an entry to the O-League play-offs as well.
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