Marist Prems

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Marist Prems
Full name Marist Prems
Manager Christian Koaneti
League Tonga Major League
2013 3rd

Marist Prems is a football club from Tonga, currently playing in the Tonga Major League, the highest level of association football competition in Tonga.[1]

History[edit]

The first record of Marist playing in the Tongan football league system is in 2006.[2] Their final position is not known but, it is known that they beat the champions SC Lotoha'apai 4–0 in the final round of matches.[2] Their most successful season to date was their championship win in 2009,[3] where they ended Lotoha'apai's eleven year hold on the title, beating them into second place, with Manuka finishing third.[3] they were unbeaten in the season in the first eight rounds of matches, finally losing 1–3 to Ngele'ia.[3] In the 2013 season, they were one of only four teams to take part, this time finishing in third place, with Lotoha'apai United finishing first and Ha'amoko United Youth finishing second.[1] They won one of their four games, a 6–1 victory over Popua on the opening day of the season, drew the return fixture 0–0, but lost 0–2 to Lotoha'apai and 2–3 to Ha'amoko.[1]

Honours[edit]

  • Tonga Major League:
Winner: 2009

Current squad[edit]

As of 2013 season:[4]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Tonga Viliami Vunipola
Tonga Soakai Vea
Tonga Sateki Matakaiongo
Tonga Kilifi Vea
Tonga Matini Feke
Tonga Kevini Penitani
Tonga Kalisitiane Koaneti
Tonga Mahe Malafu
Tonga Hola Malafu
Tonga Siosifa Moimoi
Tonga Pio Palu
Tonga Petelo Manuha'apai
Tonga Sali Patolo
Tonga Aisea Muli
Tonga Isileli Matakaiongo
Tonga Kepueli Tomasi
Tonga Aloisio Kaihea
Tonga Kinahoi Palu
Tonga Loni Finau
Tonga Haeleuha Finau
Tonga Unaloto Feao
Tonga Lemisio Kaihea
Tonga Siuola Taufa

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Tonga 2013 at RSSSF
  2. ^ a b Tonga – 2006 at RSSSF
  3. ^ a b c Tonga – 2009 at RSSSF
  4. ^ Marist Prems at National-Football-Teams