National - Solomon Star News

National (1251)

  • 21
  • Jan

CONCERN citizens group, Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) urges the Solomon Islands Government to seriously consider setting aside a budget purposely to engage international coaches to develop and improve the performances of our athletes.

  • 21
  • Jan

The Solomon Islands Triathlon Federation (TriSI) is looking forward to host its first competition for this year this Saturday, January 25.

  • 23
  • Jan

The KOSSA Football Club (FC) management will be holding its first fundraising drive at the car wash pub starting 6pm today.

  • 23
  • Jan

The resumption of the Telekom S-league proposed for this weekend will feature matches starting from round 12 of matches.

  • 23
  • Jan

AS part of energising the small-sided soccer code forward for 2014, the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) plans to recruit more qualified people.

  • 24
  • Jan

Round two of the Telekom S-league will finally kick off today following a two-week delay.

  • 24
  • Jan

The development of the proposed new national Sports Stadium is everyone’s business to see it through right to the end, according to the National Sports Council (NSC) Chief Executive Officer, David Firisua.

  • 29
  • Jan

The Solomon Islands Rugby Union federation (SIRUF) has finalised a date to stage its annual general meeting (AGM) and council meeting to elect its new executive.

  • 29
  • Jan

The Solomon Islands Chess Federation (SICF) received a boost of morale entering the New Year with the current visit of International Chess Federations Chief Executive Officer and of Global Chess, Geoffrey Borg.

  • 29
  • Jan

Chess players in the country will get their qualification if they do pass a test set by the International Federation of Chess.

  • 29
  • Jan

The newly appointed coach for Malaita Kingz football club (FC) William Omokirio has expressed appreciation with his side’s performance despite a 0-0 draw with X-Beam FC.

  • 30
  • Jan

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) is calling together a training squad of youth players in anticipation of a possible participation in the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) U-19 Championship in May.