A total of 17 players were revealed by the head coach Moses Toata.
The final squad comprised of promising national players with the likes of Jerry Donga, Harddis Aengari as captain, Gibson Daudau, Emmanuel Poila, Gagame Feni and the sensational midfielder Judd Molea to name a few.
Apart from the local players the Ni-Vanuatu duo Kensy Tangis and John Alick are also included in the squad.
Unfortunately their third import Ni-Vanuatu player Jason Thomas who was also named in the final squad will not be traveling with the team to Tahiti tomorrow due to visa setback.
Toata did expressed satisfaction following their double win over Marist FC during the friendly matches in preparation for the OFC champions League.
“I am satisfied with the way the team performed though we could’ve done better,’’ he said,
However Toata is still not satisfied and hopes he has a little more time to work on some areas he described as basics.
“I hope I have enough time to work on a few things, mainly basic things.
“These basics if not well addressed can cause problems, but I will try my best to work on them in our time left before the competition starts,” he said.
The local champions side will be heading for Tahiti tomorrow to compete in the Group B matches of the league.
Marist is grouped in group D who will kick off matches on February 24 at the Lawson Tama Stadium.
Meanwhile Warriors are drawn in Group B of the Oceania Club competition alongside Tahiti’s AS Dragon, Vanuatu’s Erakor Golden Star and New Caledonia’s AS Lossi.
SOLOMON WARRIORS FINAL SQUAD
1. Izomo BIRD
2. Joseph Line KOMU
3. Harddis AENGARI
4. Fred FAKARI
5. Milton Bata FURAI
6. Allen PETER
7. Emmanuel POILA
8. John ALICK
9. Judd MOLEA
10. Molea TIGI
11. Augustine SAMANI
12. Jerry DONGA
13. Gibson DAUDAU
14. Albert WITNEY
15. Kensi TANGIS
16. Ian PAIA
17. Gagame FENI
By CROFTON UTUKANA