Atkin Kaua debuts with a hat-trick for Nasinu

Solomon Islands international Atkin Kaua played his first match for Nasinu this Sunday. He was in the starting eleven against Rewa in the second matchweek of 2020 Vodafone Premier League, the top-tier of Fijian football. He scored his first goal in a penalty kick in the first half and he managed to find the netContinue reading “Atkin Kaua debuts with a hat-trick for Nasinu”

Kaua and two more Solomon Islanders to sign for Nasinu

Nasinu are set to reinforce their squad for the new season of Vodafone Premier League with thee imports coming from Solomon Islands. The most important player of the trio is Atkin Kaua, that recently had a stint of trials in European football. The 23-year-old player is set to touch down Fiji this week to signContinue reading “Kaua and two more Solomon Islanders to sign for Nasinu”

Atkin Kaua: a fantastic experience in Europe

Solomon Islands international Atkin Kaua recently lived one of the most important moments of his football career when he travelled to Europe for trialling with professional clubs, with hopes to sign the first ever full-professional contract of a Solomon Islander in Europe. Despite all his efforts, a work permit prevented Kaua to sign with SantaContinue reading “Atkin Kaua: a fantastic experience in Europe”

Atkin Kaua finishes trials in Europe

The Solomon Islands international Atkin Kaua that was undergoing trials in Europe is set to return his homeland after not securing a professional contract in Europe in his first stint in the continent. The player had issues with work permit, despite being accepted by one of the clubs the midfielder trialed with. Kaua was inContinue reading “Atkin Kaua finishes trials in Europe”

Atkin Kaua ready for a third trial in Europe

Solomon Islands international Atkin Kaua keeps trialling in Malta. After spending some days with Tarxien Rainbows he had a second opportunity by training with Mqabba FC. Mqabba’s head coach liked him but according to Netherlands Oceania Support Foundation, Mqabba’s management preferred to sign with a defender. Kaua still has a third chance to get aContinue reading “Atkin Kaua ready for a third trial in Europe”

Atkin Kaua keeps trialling in Europe

Solomon Islands international Atkin Kaua’s trial with Maltese club Tarxien Rainbows is over. According to Netherlands Oceania Support Foundation’s president Paul Driessen, Kaua started training with Mqabba FC squad on Monday. Mqabba’s head coach regards Atkin Kaua as a very agile player and he now has a big opportunity to impress the coach and getContinue reading “Atkin Kaua keeps trialling in Europe”

Atkin Kaua already training in Malta

The Solomon Islands international Atkin Kaua has already landed in Malta after the confirmation of his trials with the top-tier side Tarxien Rainbows. The midfielder that last played for Laugu United in the Telekom S-League said the team trains everyday and he alredy took place in sessions with the first team that currently plays theContinue reading “Atkin Kaua already training in Malta”

European trial confirmed for Atkin Kaua

After a lot of drama regarding the European trial opportunity for Solomon Islands international Atkin Kaua, the player recently confirmed to Oceania Football Center he is set to leave the nation in order to attend trials in Maltese for top-tier side Tarxien Rainbows. The 23-year old midfielder is having a rare opportunity to expose hisContinue reading “European trial confirmed for Atkin Kaua”

Nawo and Kaua: one week to go

Joses Nawo and Atkin Kaua still need help to go to Malta. Netherlands Oceania Support Foundation recently started a fundraising to help Nawo and you can donate by clicking here. Unfortunately time marches on and their dream is close to be over. Both players need to arrive in Malta to start training with Tarxien RainbownsContinue reading “Nawo and Kaua: one week to go”

Hopes renewed for Nawo and Kaua

As it was previously reported, Joses Nawo and Atkin Kaua need urgent help to go trialling in Europe and they would need $30,000 Solomon Dollar each to pay their flights. Things were getting more and more difficult for them, but they have got some good news. Netherlands Oceania Support Foundation reported that Solomon Airlines willContinue reading “Hopes renewed for Nawo and Kaua”