BY ROMULUS HUTA
SOLOMON Warriors have shot to the top of the Telekom S-League (TSL) table after the first seven matches marking the end of round one.
A 3-0 thrashing over Malaita Kingz on Sunday has allowed Warriors to lead the table with 16 points, two ahead of second placed-Henderson Eels.
A 2-all draw for Eels with KOSSA on Saturday has made them to settle for 14 points instead, leaving their campaign to end at second place in round one.
Western United trails at the third position with 13 points. United’s attempt to go for three points over the weekend ended on the wrong end when they succumbed to a 4-2 defeat against Real Kakamora on Saturday.
KOSSA is at fourth place with 11 points, equal with fifth placed-Real Kakamora and only to be separated by goal differences on the standing.
Last season’s runner-up Marist finds themselves on the sixth spot with seven points after settling for a 5-2 win over FC Guadalcanal on Sunday for their second win so far this season.
The bottom two spots are occupied by Malaita Kingz with six points and FC Guadalcanal with one point, respectively in the eight-team competition.
The second round of the TSL will begin this weekend.
See table below.