Corporate entry: Kakamora Club


Kakamora Club was a soccer club in the 1960s and 1970s that grew out of the Melanesian Team founded in 1946. The original Manager was Albert Kuper. Its team colour was yellow, originally made from dipping the uniform singlets into a bucket of water with dissolved Atebrin tablets (normally used to treat malaria) from the Honiara hospital dispensary. In 1970 the Club's President was Gordon Billy Gatu (q.v.). (Kakamora Reporter, Apr. 1970, Sept. 1970)