Solomon Warriors looks up to increase their lead in Telekom S-League

This Telekom S-League season is coming to its end and the fights are becoming even more specific once things become to be decided in the league. Solomon Warriors and Henderson Eels are fighting for the title with a slight advantage for Warriors after Eels’ draw against Kossa last weekend. Scroll down and check the previewContinue reading “Solomon Warriors looks up to increase their lead in Telekom S-League”

Isabel United stuns Malaita Kings in Nigel Dabinyaba debut

The midweek clash between Malaita Kings and Isabel United marked the debut of the brilliant Papua New Guinea international Nigel Dabinyaba. The club from Malaita hoped to grab all points of this match to get closer to the 2nd placed Henderson Eels in the table. Isabel United hoped to count with the prolific scorer BentlyContinue reading “Isabel United stuns Malaita Kings in Nigel Dabinyaba debut”

Eels draws to be farther from Warriors

The second round of Telekom S-League started this weekend with lots of new players. Some of them already debuted and even scored goals. Let’s check what happened in this gameweek! SOLOMON WARRIORS 3-1 MARIST Solomon Warriors won again after losing the first half by 1-0. As Oceania Football Center already reported Benjamin Totori (2) andContinue reading “Eels draws to be farther from Warriors”

Benjamin Totori and Dennis Ifunaoa debut for Solomon Warriors

Solomon Warriors is the current leader of 2019 Telekom S-League. After an unbeaten second round they came even stronger for the second half of the season with some big additions in the teamsquad. Benjamin Totori and Dennis Ifunaoa came from Fijian football to strengthen the Warriors’ roster. Totori was playing for Lautoka while Dennis IfunaoaContinue reading “Benjamin Totori and Dennis Ifunaoa debut for Solomon Warriors”

Laugu United signs important players for S-League second round

One of the most traditional football clubs in Solomon Islands are promising a good fight in the second round of the Telekom S-League, the top tier of football in the country. Laugu is a club created in 1987 but they did not take part in the most important league of Solomon Islands for several years,Continue reading “Laugu United signs important players for S-League second round”

Leon Kofana joins Henderson Eels for Telekom S-League

As we reported earlier, Kofana could join Henderson Eels for Telekom S-League second round. The 17 years old defender is confirmed in the Eels squad. Head coach Eddie Marahare has just released the team list for round two with 25 players and Leon Kofana is in the list as you can check below: Just likeContinue reading “Leon Kofana joins Henderson Eels for Telekom S-League”

Raphael Lea’i strengthens Henderson Eels squad; Leon Kofana addition is a possibility

FIFA U17 World Cup is over for Solomon Islands and the players are already back to their homeland. Despite the age most of them are playing in Telekom S-League like Derick Taebo, Javin Wae, Barrie Limoki and Pateson Tongaka. There will be some more U17 players in the Telekom S-League second round because Henderson EelsContinue reading “Raphael Lea’i strengthens Henderson Eels squad; Leon Kofana addition is a possibility”

Telekom S-League second round begins this weekend!

Half of the season is past and now S-League is coming to its end. The transfer window is open and all teams are looking for new players to strengthen their squads. This gameweek also marks the return of U17 National Team players that came back home this week after playing World Cup in Brazil butContinue reading “Telekom S-League second round begins this weekend!”

Eels and Warriors thrash their opponents

This weekend was a catch-up round in 2019 Telekom S-League with only two matches played in Lawson Tama Stadium. Oceania Football Center brings to you a review of what happened in these two games. SOLOMON WARRIORS 8-0 GUADALCANAL After beating Real Kakamora in the last weekend, Guadalcanal came back to reality with a big lossContinue reading “Eels and Warriors thrash their opponents”