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Laugu FC goal-scoring machine, Gagame Feni set to lead his side against Henderson Eels in round two of TSL. |Photo by Danzo Photography

Four great matches set for Lawson Tama this weekend

 LAWSON Tama stadium is anticipated to be jam-packed again as Telekom S-League 2020 season will kick off its round two matches this weekend.

Laugu FC and TSL runner up, Henderson Eels FC will kick off this weekend’s action at 2 pm, Saturday 15th of August 2020.

This much-anticipated match is expected to be a battle of the giant as both teams started their campaign last weekend with a spectacular performance.

Laugu FC thrashed Kakamora FC with five unanswered goals in their opening match last weekend and will be striving to maintain their top form in their next match.

The Eddie Marahare coached side also beat FC Isabel United 5-1 in their maiden match last weekend as well.

Thus, the opening match for round two this week will be a match to watch as the winner of the battle will leapfrog to the top of the table.

The second match for Saturday will feature Central Coast FC taking on Real Kakamora FC at 4 pm.

Matches for Sunday, August 16th will see South United taking on Malaita Kingz at 2 pm while Honiara City and KOSSA FC will wrap up the weekend’s action.

Honiara City coach, Jerry Allen told SIBC sports that their match against KOSSA will be another uphill battle for his inexperienced boys.

However, the famous coach in Oceania with colorful achievements under his belt stressed that his players will give their best shots against KOSSA after their debutant experience last weekend.

“KOSSA is an experienced club in TSL compared to most of my boys who are new to Lawson Tama,’’ he insists.

“But I believe, the taste they had in our opening match will help them to take one step forward in our match against KOSSA,’’ he said.

Allen also stressed the overall objective of the newly established club is to develop grassroots players.

Coach Allen also admitted they had big plans but insists the prime objective now is to develop the players first.

by Crofton Utukana

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