KOSSA Futsal club’s training has been delayed for the next few weeks.
This is due to the maintenance work done at the Multipurpose Hall.
Coach, Thomas Kalola told Star Sports trainings should resume as soon as the venue is set.
Kalola said early preparation is a must so that the team is well prepared for an international tournament next year.
The KOSSA team has a few players based in Australia, the likes of Jack Wetney, James Egeta, Sikwae and David Lafai.
With the inclusion of these experienced players KOSSA is determined to make a good run at the 2017 Intercontinental Cup competition.
KOSSA Futsal Club has qualified to represent Oceania at the 2017 Intercontinental Cup in Barcelona, Spain.
KOSSA received the green light after finishing second in their pool of the Pacific Toyota International Futsal Club challenge competition last month and advancing to the quarter finals.
It was Fiji and Solomon Islands who were vying to represent Oceania; however Fiji did not manage to make it to the quarter finals since they finished fourth in their pool.
This is again another successful story for futsal in the country following the continuous domination of futsal in the Oceania region by Solomon Islands.
By CARLOS ARUAFU