Telekom S-League: closing curtain

Telekom S-League last matchweek is set to happen this weekend with five matches. Henderson Eels still dream about winning the league but they need a miracle to be crowned as league champions. They need to win Real Kakamora on Saturday and cheer for a Solomon Warriors’ loss against Guadalcanal. However both teams are already qualifiedContinue reading “Telekom S-League: closing curtain”

Simon and Dabinyaba finally back to Papua New Guinea

As it was previously reported, Emmanuel Simon and Nigel Dabinyaba were ready to leave Solomon Islands after a stint in Malaita Kings. After one month they finally arrived in Papua New Guinea to join Lae City. According to team sources both players arrived last weekend and they are already training with Lae City squad. LaeContinue reading “Simon and Dabinyaba finally back to Papua New Guinea”

Isabel United had their revenge against Kossa

After beating Isabel United by 5-2 in the midweek, Kossa FC overtook Isabel to stay in the third position. However Isabel had their revenge this Saturday. With two goals scored by Thomas Amasia, Isabel won Kossa by 3-0 and came back to the third position in the league. Nathaniel Moses scored the other goal. InContinue reading “Isabel United had their revenge against Kossa”

Warriors and Eels draw, Isabel remains on third

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 theContinue reading “Warriors and Eels draw, Isabel remains on third”

Malaita Kings helped by PNG National Soccer League postponements

As Oceania Football Center reported some weeks ago, Emmanuel Simon and Nigel Dabinyaba were ready to leave Malaita Kings to play for Lae City (former Toti City) in the Papua New Guinea’s National Soccer League. It is a true information but things have changed recently. The PNG National Soccer League have not started yet. ItContinue reading “Malaita Kings helped by PNG National Soccer League postponements”

Telekom S-League: tightening the title race

SOLOMON WARRIORS vs REAL KAKAMORA After losing to Isabel United in the last matchweek, Solomon Warriors needs to win to keep up with new league leaders Henderson Eels. This weekend’s match is very propitious for them as they face Real Kakamora who is in the last position in the championship – “Last match we playedContinue reading “Telekom S-League: tightening the title race”

Henderson Eels reaches the top

After two matches played on Saturday (Kossa 8-0 Guadalcanal and Laugu United 0-0 Marist), the matchweek was finally finished on this Tuesday with two important matches that changed completely the league’s course. These two matches played on Tuesday were initially schedule to be played on Sunday but they were postponed because Charles, The Prince ofContinue reading “Henderson Eels reaches the top”

S-League: the fights go on

After a week with one match on Wednesday, Telekom S-League returns full steam ahead to another round. Oceania Football Center brings the S-League’s matchweek preview to you once again so you can stay tuned on what is going to happen in the major football league of Solomon Islands. Scroll down and check the full previewContinue reading “S-League: the fights go on”

Emmanuel Simon and Nigel Dabinyaba set to leave Malaita Kings

Malaita Kings is not having the season they were expecting in Telekom S-League, the top-tier of football in the Solomon Islands, despite sitting at the 3rd position in the moment. The team from Malaita signed three important players from Papua New Guinea national team – Michael Foster, Nigel Dabinyaba and Emmanuel Simon – all ofContinue reading “Emmanuel Simon and Nigel Dabinyaba set to leave Malaita Kings”

Raphael Lea’i scores a brace to keep Henderson Eels close to Solomon Warriors

Another round of Telekom S-League is over. Four matches were played at Lawson Tama Stadium. Scroll down and check Oceania Football Center’s review of the round. LAUGU UNITED 1-1 KOSSA Everything tied in a very tough match! Harrison Mala opened the scoreboard for Kossa but Darold Kakasi tied the match for Laugu. It was Kakasi’sContinue reading “Raphael Lea’i scores a brace to keep Henderson Eels close to Solomon Warriors”