By Taromane Martin
PAPUA New Guinea International and Malatia Kingz FC forward Tommy Semmy is currently leading the 2017 Telekom Soccer League golden boot race.
Semmy is currently leading the golden boot race with 16 goals after netting two more in their 5-2 loss to FC Guadalcanal on Saturday.
KOSSA FC’s James Naka and Western United FC Benjamin Totori are both in second place with 13 goals each followed by Solomon Warriors FC mid-fielder Tigi Molea who has 10 goals to his name.
S/Warriors Vanuatu import Kensy Tangis and local boy Gagame Feni is fifth and sixth position respectfully with eight goals each.
Real Kakamora FC youngster Adrian Mara is in seventh position with seven goals to his name followed by Henderson Eels FC players Joses Nawo and Tutizama Tanito who are both with six goals each.
KOSSA FC Benty Kelobi is sitting in tenth position with six goals to his name.
Meanwhile the TSL season is nearing its final matches with all teams, excepting Real Kakamora FC and Marist FC, all have two matches left to play.
Marist FC jumped back into second position after defeating title favorites Solomon Warriors FC 2-1 on Saturday are now with 23 points after Henderson Eels FC drew with KOSSA FC 2-2 yesterday.
That result leaves Eels and KOSSA hopes of a champions league appearance hanging on the results from table leaders Solomon Warriors FC and Marist FC whose chances of an OFC Champions League appearance still very much alive.