Staged in Libya from 6-12 October, the competition featured the champion teams of each confederation barring UEFA after Spain withdrew at late notice.
Ragomo finished with six goals to claim the golden boot award despite the Solomon Island Kurukuru finishing last behind Iran, Uruguay, Libya and Guatemala.
The skillful striker has been an inspirational captain of the youthful national side, leading the Kurukuru to their second successive victory at the OFC Futsal Championship in July 2009.
He has won many accolades including most recently the Young Solomon Islander of the Year award in August.
Ragomo was the first ever Solomon Islander to play futsal as a professional when he played for Playas De Castellyon in the Nacinal Futsal Liga in Spain in 2007. He graduated from the Playas De Castellyon juvenile development squad in 2006 to make his name in their senior squad.
As national captain he led the Kurukuru in 2008 as they became the first Solomon Islands team to appear at a FIFA Futsal World Cup.
Domestically, Ragomo plays for the Brissolona Futsal Club and with Central Titans in the Honiara Beach Soccer League.
Al-Fateh Confederations Cup
Best Player
Vahid Shamsaei (Iran)
Best Goalkeeper
Mohammed Al-Sharif (Libya)
Top Goal Scorer
Elliot Ragomo (Solomon Islands)
Fair Play Team
6 Oct Libya 6–5 (1–3) Solomon Islands
7 Oct Iran 4–2 (2–2) Guatemala
7 Oct Solomon Islands 1–11 (0–7) Uruguay
8 Oct Libya 3–2 (1–1) Guatemala
9 Oct Iran 4–2 (3–1) Uruguay
9 Oct Solomon Islands 6–6 (4–2) Guatemala
10 Oct Solomon Islands 0–6 (0–4) Iran
10 Oct Libya 2–3 (2–1) Uruguay
11 Oct Uruguay 3–4 (1–2) Guatemala
12 Oct Libya 0–1 (0–0) Iran
1- Iran
2- Uruguay
3- Libya
4- Guatemala
5- Solomon Islands