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Triangle peace tournament ends successfully

Youths around Western part of Solomon Islands last week wrapped up a successful one week sports tournament held at Loemuni village in North West Choiseul.

Wing Chun set to start

The M.P Quan Wing Chun Kung Fu School will begin its usual training and the registration for this year starting Monday next week - February 10.


INTERESTED in joining taekwondo sports and be part of a team to next year’s Pacific Games in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (PNG)? Then this is your chance.

Call for world Cup duty

A top local female soccer referee has been called upon on international duty to officiate at the upcoming FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Costa Rica 2014.


An extra time goal by Hudson Felani saved Kossa with a 4-3 victory against X-Beam during the second round of the Telekom S-League at Lawson Tama yesterday.

The three players who were allegedly involved in a brawl during a match between Malaita Kingz FC and Koloale FC over the weekend are likely to face disciplinary action.

Small Malaita mini-games meeting

The Small Malaita Mini Games Council is organising a meeting for all sport clubs in small Malaita who participated in the recent 2013 Small Malaita Mini Games.  

Chung Wah boost with chess equipment

Chung Wah primary school this week received new chess equipment.


The Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation (SIRUF) secretary general, Don Angikimua has described the recent election for new office bearers as a shame and unconstitutional.

Warriors back in form

The Telekom S-league defending champions, Solomon Warriors FC yesterday proved they are back in form following a draw with KOSSA by thrashing Real Kakamora FC 5-0 to maintain their top position of the competition with 27 points.