Amicale vs. Hekari United: Download Match Summary Here
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Squad lists:
Amicale: 1. Enest BONG [GK], 2. Rexley TARIVUTI, 3. Young PAUL, 5. Richard ANISUA, 6. Nelson Sale KILIFA, 7. Jean-Robert YELOU, 8. Freskip VATU, 9. Dereck MALAS, 10. Joachim WAROI, 11. Fenedy MASAUVAKALO, 13. Gibson DAUDAU, 15. Alphonse BONGNAIM, 17. Joe LUWI, 19. Johnney TIRAENG, 23. Edika MAETA, 26. Alick MAEMAE, 27. Jack WETNEY, 33. Joel NAKAPUE [GK]
Coach: Luke EROI

Hekari United: 1. Leslie KALAI [GK], 2. Daniel JOE, 4. Trevor IRE, 5. John NAMANI, 6. Samuel KINI, 7. Raymond GUNEMBA, 9. Nigel DABINGYABA, 10. Wira WAMA, 12. David MUTA, 13. Andrew LEPANI, 14. Niel HANS, 17. Kema JACK, 18. Eric KOMENG, 19. Koriak UPAIGA, 21. Clifton AUMAE, 22. Godfrey BANIAU [GK]
Coach: Jerry ALLEN
Referee: Peter O’LEARY [NZL]
Assistant referee 1: Michael JOSEPH [VAN]
Assistant referee 2: Alick LUKAI [VAN]
Fourth official: Bruce GEORGE [VAN]
The match kicks off
1′ An opportunity for Hekari inside the first minute as they win a corner. But Amicale manage to clear the ball
4′ Amicale hit back winning their own corner after some good work by Alick Maemae. Hekari manage to defend the corner
5′ Maemae is on the ball once again combining well with Nelson Sale but Hekari get back in numbers to clear the ball
12′ Joachim Waroi has two good chances inside two minutes for Amicale but the score remains locked at 0-0
22′ Midway through this first half, the two sides are very evenly matched
33′ A good chance falls to Amicale’s Fenedy Masauvakalo who shoots the ball inches past the upright. The 2011 O-League Golden Boot winner looks eager to get his scoring tally underway this season
39′ Another opportunity for the home side as Waroi hits the post. Amicale are starting to dominate, enjoying the majority of possession and looking solid at the back
45′ GOAL!!! Amicale 1 Hekari United 0: The local hero Fenedy Masauvakalo gets the scoring underway on the stroke of half-time
The referee brings the first half to an end
The second half kicks off
49′ Amicale go on the attack early but referee Peter O’Leary calls the play back after Fenedy Masauvakalo was deemed to be offside
52′ Hekari’s David Muta is fouled by Alick Maemae. Muta takes the ensuing free kick but his shot is saved by goalkeeper Ernest Bong
54′ The visitors apply more pressure as Amicale’s Nelson Sale can only put the ball out for a corner. But Amicale manage to clear away the corner kick
56′ Appeals for a penalty from Amicale as Fenedy Masauvakalo’s shot takes a deflection off what they believe was a defender’s hand, but there is no whistle from the referee
58′ Masauvakalo tries to latch on to a through-ball but Andrew Lepani shows good pace at the back for Hekari
60′ SUBSTITUTION: Jack Wetney of Amicale is replaced by Paul Young
63′ Waroi and Maemae combine well again for Amicale but the chance goes begging
67′ Hekari continue to build play nicely in the midfield but can’t find a way through Amicale’s defence
69′ Masauvakalo takes another shot, but goalkeeper Leslie Kalai makes a good save
75′ A good chance for Hekari as they slip past Amicale’s defense, but luck was with Ernest Bong as he manages to save the ball
76′ Amicale are starting to look vulnerable through the midfield
79′ Hekari are pressing forward and creating chances in the latter stages of this match
80′ SUBSTITUTION: Samuel Kini is replaced by Wira Wama for Hekari
86′ Hekari’s efforts to find an equaliser have been dealt a serious blow as David Muta exits the field with what looks to be an injury
89′ Amicale apply the pressure as Hekari continue to play with 10 men while Muta receives treatment. It’s a tight finish in this Group B match
90 +3′ GOAL!!! Amicale 1 Hekari 1: Jack Kema scores a dramatic late equaliser for Hekari as he slips the ball past goalkeeper Ernest Bong
The final whistle sounds