The four are Tommy Semmy (striker), Daniel Joe (right back), Koriak Upaiga (left back) and David Muta (central midfield).They will play for their new club in the Telekom S-League in Honiara.The S-League is a semi-professional soccer league and is the top division of the Solomon Islands Football Federation.The four players will depart for the Solomon Islands later today.Marist FC were the winners of the 2006/2007 Solomon Islands National Club Championship and went on to qualify for the Oceania Club Championship in New Zealand.
U Mumba’s recent positive run of results was halted by Bengal Warriors in their previous game which they lost in spite of a valiant fightback. Arjun Deshwal was brilliant in raiding and scored 14 raid points for his side in that match, while Fazel Atrachali scored four tackle points. However, the rest of the team could only manage 8 points between themselves with the team’s leading raider this season, Abhishek Singh, accounting for 3 of them. Their defence, which has the likes of Sandeep Narwal and Surinder Singh failed to make a big impact. They will, however, be itching to get going again and live up to their billing against an in-form UP Yoddha attack.While the #Mumboys would like to get closer to a #VIVOProKabaddi Season 7 Playoffs spot, @UpYoddha will not be an easy challenge.Here’s why: https://t.co/l3E7089FcSStay tuned to Star Sports & Hotstar for all the #MUMvUP action, tonight, 7 PM onwards. #IsseToughKuchNahi pic.twitter.com/Y0YDVfptTq— ProKabaddi (@ProKabaddi) September 18, 2019 UP Yoddha continued their impressive run on Monday which has seen them lose only one of their previous seven matches. The highlight of their victory was the way in which multiple players stepped up and delivered in their previous match to ensure the raiding and tackling responsibilities were evenly distributed. Though the team’s lead raider, Shrikant Jadhav, top-scored with 9 points, Rishank Devadiga contributed well with points to his name while Surender Gill scored 7. Skipper Nitesh Kumar looked in good touch as he scored three tackle points. The team will hope to maintain this balance in their play as they look to maintain their hold over the fifth position in the season 7 standings. read more