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2017 TSL Champions Solomon Warriors FC.
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TSL AWARDS NIGHT HELD

By Taromane Martin

THE Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) together with their major sponsors, Our Telekom has successfully staged the prize and presentation night for the winners of last season’s Telekom Soccer League and the top eight championship.

The awards night was held on Wednesday night at the Cowboys Grill at Kukum.

Players and coaches from most of the participating eight clubs turned up for the night except for FC Guadalcanal and Real Kakamora FC who were represented only by their team management.

Solomon Warriors team captain Hadis Aengari receiving their first place prize for the top eight championship from SIFF President Mr William Lai as S-League board member Henry Kapu looks on from behind.

Member of the S-League board Henry Kapu was able to make it on behalf of the Chairman and Vice-Chairman who were both away overseas.

Mr Kapu thanked all the teams’ management, players and Our Telekom for making last season a success and hopes to continue the relationship this year.

“We have concluded the seventh season of the Telekom S-League, which is an achievement,” he said.

2017 TSL Champions Solomon Warriors FC.

“We can look ahead to the 2018 season for more great football for everyone. Thank you again to Our Telekom for your continuous support for the S-League.

“We acknowledge and congratulate the winners and encourage those who have not to do better in the coming season,” Kapu said.

Solomon Warriors FC team captain Hadis Aengari receiving the winning trophy from SIFF President Mr William Lai.

INDIVIDUAL AWARD

Coach of the season went to Moses Toata of Solomon Warriors FC for a second time. Previous winners were the Late Commins Menapi, Luke Eroi.

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Golden Glove Award went to Anthony Talo of Marist FC while the golden boot award went to Tigi Molea of Solomon Warriors FC and Tommy Semmy of Malaita Kingz FC both with 16 goals each.

While the golden ball award went to Gagame Feni of Solomon Warriors FC while the final consolation prize of fair play went to Real Kakamora FC.

All individual award winners each received plagues and mobile handsets sponsored by Our Telekom.

Tigi Molea of Solomon Warriors FC receiving the golden boot award from Netherlands Oceania Support Foundation Paul Driessen.

TOP EIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP AWARD.

Third place- Malaita Kingz FC- $60000 sponsored by Our Telekom.

Second place- Marist FC-$80,000 sponsored by Our Telekom

First place- Solomon Warriors FC cash prize of $100,000 sponsored by Our Telekom

Malaita Kingz FC Team Captain Alford Pola receiving the golden boot award on behalf of Tommy Semmy.

2017 TSL SEASON WINNERS

Fourth place- Henderson Eels FC cash prize of $50,000 sponsored by Our Telekom

Third place- KOSSA FC cash prize of $80,000 sponsored by Our Telekom plus 30 bronze medals

Second place- Marist FC cash prize of $100,000 sponsored by Our Telekom plus 30 silver medals

First place- Solomon Warriors FC cash prize of $150,000 sponsored by Our Telekom plus 30 gold medals

(Left to Right) S-League board member Henry Kapu, SIFF President William Lai, Marist FC team captain Henry Fa’arodo and Hon. Andrew Manepora.
Marist FC members.
Malaita Kings FC players.
KOSSA FC Head Coach Eddie Marahare and team.

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