A total of 47 players are being drafted into the country’s women’s national team training squad.
The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) made the announcement, Monday.
The training squad comprises four goalkeepers, 19 defenders, 18 midfielders, and six forwards.
These players were selected from the inaugural Solrais Women’s Premier League last year.
Most of the selected players are selected from the top four teams in the league namely RSIPF Royals, Koloale FC, Naha FC, and Frigates United.
However, opportunities are given to some outstanding players from teams like Marist FC, Solright FC, Renbel ibis, and Haura.
SIFF Technical Director Moses Toata will be the interim coach while SIFF is in the process to hire an expert to take the helm of the women’s national team.
A first meeting for the women’s national team will be held on Thursday this week at SIFF’s new office site at the Art Gallery compound.
Training is expected to start in the third week of this month in Honiara.
1. Sylvester Meanu’u, Koloale FC
2. Sera Alpelofosia, Naha FC
3. Margaret Kolefa, RSIPF Royals
4. Corina Roatava, Frigates United FC
5. Kathy Aihunu, Koloale FC
6. Wendy Basil, Koloale FC
7. Cathy Foasimae, Naha FC
8. Carlrose Gwali, RSIPF Royals
9. Nain Siholi, Frigates United FC
10. Rose Kakabi, Frigates United FC
11. Lorina, Frigates United FC
12. Elsie Tuvina, Marist FC
13. Nancy Vave, Naha FC
14. Rose Biru, Koloale FC
15. Lisa Solo, Koloale FC
16. Jenelle Fakasori, Naha FC
17. Brenda Masae, RSIPF Royals
18. Claudia Votu, Haura FC
19. Delmay Wahaho, Solright FC
20. Mary Grace, Solright FC
21. Emelda Tehekeni, Koloale FC
22. Rashida Mekawir, Naha FC
23. Serahlyn Saeni, RSIPF Royals
24. Jacklyn Ikama, Naha FC
25. Madlyn Saukari, Solright FC
26. Alisha Donga, RSIPF Royals
27. Aisha Matanani, RSIPF Royals
28. Francina Mautai, RSIPF Royals
29. Mary Maefiti, Koloale FC
30. Sharon Gaote’e, Haura FC
31. Hilda Saukoni, Frigates United
32. Rose Paia, Haura FC
33. Betty Maenu’u, Marist
34. Crystal Annie Bakolo, Koloale FC
35. Agnes Noesi, Koloale FC
36. Almah Gogoni, Naha FC
37. Doreen Vaea, Frigates United
38. Merina Joe, Koloale FC
39. Elam Sagwe, Renbel ibis
40. Daphney Vaiyu, Frigates United
41. Mesalyn Saepio, Koloale FC
42. Ileen Pegi, Koloale FC
43. Layda Samani, RSIPF Royals
44. Joy Timo, Naha FC
45. Dealyn Kali, Naha FC
46. Heidi Eric, Haura FC
47. Sandra Wale, RSIPF Royals
By CARLOS ARUAFU