Solomon Warriors Keeps Focus on New League Season from Disappointing OFC Campaign


BY JOHN HOUANIHAU

SOLOMON Warriors Football Club insists that they are now focusing on the upcoming new season for the 2022/2023 Telekom Super League their recent defeat to Central Coast FC at Lawson Tama Stadium in Honiara.

The 4-2 penalty loss to Central Coast FC during the second Oceania Confederation Federation (OFC) play-offs on Saturday means Solomon Warriors are now prepared for a major comeback at this year’s 2022/2023 Telekom Super League (TSL) new season, which is scheduled to kick-off at the Lawson Tama Stadium starting from 16 July, 2022 to 12 March, 2023.

According to the Solomon Warriors Football Club’s Facebook page, although the result did not come our way, our focus now is for the country’s new domestic league of competition, 2022-2023.

“The boys gave everything but it’s not our day, heads up and stay focus as the Telekom Super League (TSL) is just around the corner.

“We went down on a Penalty which is anybody’s game,’’ Solomon Warriors stated.

They thanked their local fans, sponsors, supporters for their strong and loyal support behind the team.

“Not forgetting our loyal fans and their words of encouragement throughout the week which the team really appreciated and also to our sponsor ITA hardware who supported us to date,” the club stated.


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