SOLOMON Islands national U-16 team concluded their competition at the OFC U-17 Championship with an overwhelming result, 13-0 against the American Samoa on Thursday.
Seven goals from Larry Zama, two from Philip Maeta and each goal from John Oge, Junior Hou, Benjamin Toata and Hendrick Jirah was more than enough to give back some pride for the team.
Zama opens the scoring spree nine minutes with a shot from inside the box before they continue flooded the American Samoa goal mouth with 13 an answered goals.
American Samoa made their first attempt when Joseph Purcell has the opportunity to score in two minutes but his shot missed the target and that continues on the entire game.
For Solomon Islands, they got their first chances in four minutes from John Oge shot but it was caught by American goal keeper Pilimilose Fauolo. Their second chance from Larry Zama was also caught by Fauolo.
After missing two of their chances Solomon Islands could not allow that to happen again manage to find the net in nine minutes from Zama.
He then continues to add his goals in 27, 46, 52, 68, 88 and 90 minutes while Maeta scores in 42 and 70 minutes and Oge, 39, Hou, 70, Toata, 76 and Jirah in 81 minutes respectively.
Solomon Islands after summing up their competition at the OFC U-17 Championship was settled at third position in the group B with total goals of 24.
Leading the group is Tahiti followed by Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Tonga and American Samoa.
In pool A, New Zealand lead the pool followed by New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Fiji and Samoa.
New Zealand will now takes on Vanuatu while New Caledonia will takes on Tahiti in the semi final play-off schedule for January 24.
The final play-off will be on January 26 between the winners of the semi finalist.
The winner will represent Oceania in the U-17 World Cup in Chile this year.