Henderson Eels clinch national title in Solomon Islands

Henderson Eels clinched Telekom S-League title with one game in advance after beating Southern United by 8-0 at Lawson Tama Stadium in Honiara, the capital of Solomon Islands. Joses Nawo and Raphael Lea’i led their side with three goals each while Augustine Waita scored the other two goals. With this result, Eels have broken SolomonContinue reading “Henderson Eels clinch national title in Solomon Islands”

Henderson Eels close to unprecedented national glory in Solomon Islands

Another football season is coming to its end in Solomon Islands, and Henderson Eels are on the verge of lifting the national league’s trophy for the first time ever. The Eels are four points ahead Solomon Warriors and they just need to win one game to become Telekom S-League champions. With a powerful attack ledContinue reading “Henderson Eels close to unprecedented national glory in Solomon Islands”

Solomon Islands’ talented striker Marlon Tahioa joins Labasa

Former Nasinu striker Marlon Tahioa is the most recent signing of Labasa for 2021 season; the Solomon Islands’ player impressed last year playing for the Giant Killers and caught attention of many teams in Fijian’s top-tier. Nasinu was relagated to Vodafone Senior League, but the Solomon Islander was an outstanding player in the season –Continue reading “Solomon Islands’ talented striker Marlon Tahioa joins Labasa”

Telekom S-League restart postponed

The Telekom S-League season that was set to restart this weekend was postponed by Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) as their media service informed. “The deferment of the recommencement of the league was made given the situation surrounding the ongoing standoff between Honiara City Council and SIFF regarding Lawson Tama Stadium and clubs preseason afterContinue reading “Telekom S-League restart postponed”

Western Tomoko celebrates Solomon’s Cup title after famous win over Malaita Eagles

The traditional Solomon Cup came to an end last Saturday in Honiara after the decisive match between Malaita Eagles and Western Tomoko. Both sides came to the final match in an impressive run; Eagles were keen to defend their glory as Western Tomoko was looking to get their first ever title of the Solomon Cup.Continue reading “Western Tomoko celebrates Solomon’s Cup title after famous win over Malaita Eagles”

Lawson Tama Stadium awaits historical clash to decide ‘Solomon Cup’s king’

The final day of football action of 2020 in Solomon Islands will have the decisive clashes of the 2020 Solomon Cup; the first one will decide which side will end up with bronze in the traditional tournament – Makira Ulawa Kakamora or Isabel Frigates – and the final one, the awaited grand final, to sealContinue reading “Lawson Tama Stadium awaits historical clash to decide ‘Solomon Cup’s king’”

Solomon Cup semi-finals set after thrilling group stage

The best two teams of each group are decided at the traditional Solomon Cup; the tournament that is taking place in the national stadium in Honiara – the Lawson Tama Stadium – already know the top four teams to contest for the glory. The semi-final stage is starting this Wednesday, 9th December. A total ofContinue reading “Solomon Cup semi-finals set after thrilling group stage”

Makira Ulawa defeat Honiara Warriors to clinch a spot in Solomon Cup’s semi-finals

Makira Ulawa confirm their favouritism and secured a spot in Solomon Cup’s semi-finals by beating Honiara Warriors, while Isabel Frigates smashed Central Shields to be one step away from the next stage of the tournament. Isabel Frigates defeated Central Shields by 5-0 to remain in the second position in the Group B with seven pointsContinue reading “Makira Ulawa defeat Honiara Warriors to clinch a spot in Solomon Cup’s semi-finals”

Solomon Cup: Malaita Eagles clinch semi-final berth as Guadalcanal thrashes Choiseul

The entertatining Solomon Cup continued this Friday with two important matches in the Group A: Malaita Eagles confirmed their favouritism and is set to defend their title in the semi-finals after a dominant win over Temotu Arrows. In the other match Guadalcanal Hornets kept in the run for the second place in the group asContinue reading “Solomon Cup: Malaita Eagles clinch semi-final berth as Guadalcanal thrashes Choiseul”

Lavenstar Puia makes history for Renbel Ibis at Solomon Cup

One of the most magic moments of the current Solomon Cup took place this Thursday at Lawson Tama Stadium in Honiara, the capital of the Solomon Islands, when Lavenstar Puia gave Renbel Ibis their first victory in the tournament. Puia, who is well known for being a Rugby Sevens player, was in the starting elevenContinue reading “Lavenstar Puia makes history for Renbel Ibis at Solomon Cup”