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Waroi hits two goals for Amicale

Former Hekari player, Waroi opened the dead lock in the early minutes of the game after a superb passing from Veteran Solomon International, Alick Maimai.
Koloale, with favorites like Henry Fa’arado, Benjamin Totori, James Naka and Joses Nawo have put on an exciting game against their rivals having missed some golden opportunities to put their team ahead.
The teams have had some good chances to top up their scores during the game, but have also showed some exceptional defensive skills in the full 90 minutes.
Koloale’s head coach, Peter Eke has now reasons to be disappointed after the afternoon’s outcome has contributed to the second loss for Koloale which has placed them to the bottom of the table. Eke said they will return back and rebuild the team before heading off to meet Hekari United FC in Papua New Guinea in the coming weeks.
Amicale’s win this afternoon has earned them second spot with four points clear after Auckland City FC. Luke Eroi said he was happy of the outcome and stated that after their loss to Tafea FC in the local premiere division two weeks ago, their build up game with Tupuji last weekend has fabricated the team.
Coach Elroi has also indicated that he will be leaving Vanuatu after the local season ended, but with possibilities to return next year.

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