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”

Solomon Warriors continue hard work during Telekom S-League break

The current national champions of Solomon Islands continue their training sessions even during the break of Telekom S-League; the Solomon Warriors are currently nine points away from the top of the national league – Henderson Eels have 34 points while Warriors have 25 points, but they still have one match to be played in comparisonContinue reading “Solomon Warriors continue hard work during Telekom S-League break”

Telekom S-League: late goal gives Southern United first win as Kossa and Honiara City play stalemate

The second weekend of football in Honiara for the Telekom S-League had come to and end with two entertaining matches played at Lawson Tama Stadium. The Stanley Waita-coached side Southern United celebrated their first ever win in the national league as James Naka‘s captained-side Kossa could not surpass a fighting Honiara City. The first matchContinue reading “Telekom S-League: late goal gives Southern United first win as Kossa and Honiara City play stalemate”

Eels smash Laugu as Central Coast secure late draw against Kakamora in S-League

The start of the second round of football in Solomon Islands’ national league had 11 goals scored in two matches played this Saturday (15th Aug); the most interesting match of the weekend was set to be Laugu United against Henderson Eels, but the outcome of the clash was surprising for all fans of football inContinue reading “Eels smash Laugu as Central Coast secure late draw against Kakamora in S-League”

Alwin Hou returns to Solomon Warriors expecting an instant impact

The current title holders of the Telekom S-League are set to make their debut only on the next Wednesday (19th Aug), but the Solomon Warriors are already preparing for the league for a couple of weeks and released their squad for the season recently. Including some well-known names such as Gibson Daudau and Dennis Ifunaoa,Continue reading “Alwin Hou returns to Solomon Warriors expecting an instant impact”

Raphael Le’ai brace helps Eels to smash Isabel as Kossa beats debutants in Telekom S-League kick-off

Eleven goals were scored in the first day of action of the most important football league of Solomon Islands – the 2020 edition of the Telekom S-League has kicked-off! The first two matches were played in the national stadium Lawson Tama in Honiara – the current runners-up of league Henderson Eels played against the stellarContinue reading “Raphael Le’ai brace helps Eels to smash Isabel as Kossa beats debutants in Telekom S-League kick-off”

Telekom S-League: Robert Laua joins Henderson Eels

Henderson Eels added another very important player to their squad heading for the Telekom S-League season in Solomon Islands; former Hekari United defender Robert Laua had his ITC (International Transfer Certificate) isses solved and he is now the new reinforced for the squad of Eddie Marahare’s coached side. The player, who represented Solomon Islands nationalContinue reading “Telekom S-League: Robert Laua joins Henderson Eels”

Anthony Talo to play S-League for newly raised Honiara City

The Solomon Islands football and futsal star Anthony Talo has a new club: Honiara City FC. The goalkeeper that already defended teams such as Western United, Kossa, Henderson Eels and most recently the Papua New Guinean powerhouse Hekari United is the most important signing so far for the based in Solomon Islands’ capital city. TheContinue reading “Anthony Talo to play S-League for newly raised Honiara City”

Micah Lea’alafa close to sign with new Telekom S-League franchise

The mistery about the next step of Solomon Islands’ international Micah Lea’alafa might close to have an end. The former Auckland City man is known to be close to sign a deal with the newly created Telekom S-League franchise Southern United. The attacker, who last played for South African professional outfit Maritzburg United, would beContinue reading “Micah Lea’alafa close to sign with new Telekom S-League franchise”

Telekom S-League to feature 11 teams as FC Guadalcanal withdrew from national league presence

The Solomon Islands top-tier league will kick-off next weekend in Honiara having 11 teams in the competition – not 12 as previously expected and stated by Oceania Football Center. The known FC Guadalcanal decided to withdraw from the national league in this 2020-21 season. FC Guadalcanal finished 8th from nine teams in the last seasonContinue reading “Telekom S-League to feature 11 teams as FC Guadalcanal withdrew from national league presence”