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Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Honiara Secondary soccer finals today

The European Union's Unity through Sport senior boys' soccer final is expected to attract a huge crowd to Lawson Tama this afternoon.

Unbeaten Panatina Community High School team is the pre-match favourite to win the qualifying competition and earn the right to represent Honiara. State-owned King George VI school team is confident to avenge their loss in pool match by winning the grand final. Its squad was bolstered with the return of young sensational striker Bentley Nalagu who was away with his Marist FC in Auckland when the school competition started.At the center, former national Under 17 striker Judd Molea played a key role in setting up scoring opportunities but it was apparent that finishing was a problem until Nalagu arrived.

Panatina also boast the services of former national U17 midfielder Lenson Bisili who provided the killer goals for his team in their pool matches. They also have the services of Uncles left defender John Inito, Hardis Aengari (Junior Flamingo FC) and former U17 goalkeeper Leon Lekezoto. Other uncapped players in the team are equally competitive and it is for this reason they are hot favorite to win.

Whatever happens it will be a must see match and the general public are urged to go to Lawson Tama to witness the two schools compete for the right to represent Honiara in the upcoming Unity through Sport soccer finals. Meanwhile, normal gate fees will be charged to patrons to see the grand final. The grandstand fee is $5 while standing on the hillside is $3. School students in uniforms will pay $2. As it is the grand final, security at the ground will be beefed up for this occasion and spectators both students and outsiders are reminded not to carry bags into Lawson Tama.



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