Ronaldo Wilkins and Tony Kaltack have scored seven goals between them in just two games as Erakor Golden Star prepare for the Oceania Champions League.
Vanuatu u20 star Wilkins is back from a trial at Brazilian giants Sao Paulo and has settled in superbly at Erakor, where he has three goals in two games.
The striker scored twice as Erakor beat Tupuji Imere 3-2 on the first day of the Unelco Cup and followed it up with another goal as Erakor beat Sia 7-0 in the second game.
Wilkins made a name for himself last year with Vanuatu’s first ever FIFA tournament goal when he scored for Vanuatu u20s in the u20 World Cup in Korean against Mexico.
Tony Kaltack meanwhile is one of the hottest prospects in Vanuatu. He scored in the 3-2 win over Tupuji Imere and followed it up with a hat trick against Sia.
Kaltack scored five goals in the recent Pacific Mini Games as Vanuatu won a gold medal, making it five in just nine international appearances for the 21-year-old.
The deadly strike force have now scored seven goals in just two games as Erakor prepare for the Oceania Champions League group stage.
The other scorers against Sia were Gershom Kalsong, Robert Toukoune and Jean Kaltack.
However, Erakor may be about to lose Ronaldo Wilkins after Fiji side Rewa FC confirmed they were in talks with striker to join before the end of the Fijian transfer window.
The window closes in January, meaning Wilkins could miss out on a Champions League spot with Erakor Golden Star if he decides to leave.