Solomon Islands’ youngster Alden Suri leads Scots College to glory in New Zealand

One of the most promising players from Solomon Islands, Alden Suri is beginning to show his talent abroad playing for Scots College from New Zealand as the 16-year-old left winger led his side to clinch Trevor Rigbsy Cup 2020 earlier this week. Suri scored one goal and delivered an assist in Scots’ 3-2 win overContinue reading “Solomon Islands’ youngster Alden Suri leads Scots College to glory in New Zealand”

The rise of Ronaldo Wilkins

In the late 90s Ronaldo was shocking the world with his dribbles and goals. The legendary Brazilian forward won the Ballon D’Or and the FIFA World Player of the Year in 1997, two awards that are given to the best player in the world throughout the year. At the same time, on the other sideContinue reading “The rise of Ronaldo Wilkins”

Solomon Islands’ young talent Barrie Limoki heads to New Zealand

Barrie Limoki is ready for a new challenge in his football career. The 15-year-old forward is expected to arrive in New Zealand by the end of this month to join his countryman Alden Suri in the Scots College, a college linked to Wellington Phoenix Academy. It is going to be the second straight year thatContinue reading “Solomon Islands’ young talent Barrie Limoki heads to New Zealand”

Batram Suri’s son Alden wins youth futsal tournament in New Zealand

Alden Suri has recently arrived in New Zealand to keep on his football career by getting a scholarship at Scots College, a school that holds a partnership with Wellington Phoenix Academy. His first opportunity to show his talent was in a futsal tournament: The Wellington Futsal Regional Tournament. Suri was a key player in theContinue reading “Batram Suri’s son Alden wins youth futsal tournament in New Zealand”

Alden Suri follows his young countrymen’s steps in New Zealand

Alden Suri is living a dream. The 15-year-old forward took part of Solomon Islands National Team in the U17 FIFA World Cup last year and now he is in New Zealand studying at Scots College, a college that is linked to Wellington Phoenix Academy. SEE MORE:Batram to Alden: the Suri football family Suri is followingContinue reading “Alden Suri follows his young countrymen’s steps in New Zealand”

Le’ai and Kofana to remain with Henderson Eels for OFC Champions League

Solomon Islands internationals Raphael Le’ai and Leon Kofana should fly back to New Zealand today to attend Scots College but according to Solomon Islands Football Federation media they did not take the flight for Wellington. Both players decided to stay in Solomon Islands to play for Henderson Eels – “We want to stay with HendersonContinue reading “Le’ai and Kofana to remain with Henderson Eels for OFC Champions League”

Le’ai and Kofana set to come back to New Zealand

Raphael Le’ai and Leon Kofana are ready to come back to New Zealand after playing for Henderson Eels on their vacations. They will take a flight to New Zealand on January 28 (tomorrow). Both players still have one more year to play for Scots College. Their flights are being paid by Wellington Phoenix that holdsContinue reading “Le’ai and Kofana set to come back to New Zealand”