Last Sunday saw the continuation of basketball competition for both the high school and men’s competition.
Solomon Islands National University’s (SINU) is kicking off its two days of inter-school competition today.
The much awaited Matson Silentworld sponsored Inter Islands rugby championship is now set to kick off on the October 11, 2014.
THE High School Rugby 15s presentation of awards is rescheduled for this week.
Telekom S-league defending champion, Solomon Warriors FC continued their impressive run, winning their third match in a row against rivals Koloale FC 3-1 last Saturday.
The game of Pool widely known as snooker is said to have played a positive and important role in keeping youths from alcohol and drug related problems in many communities in and around Honiara as well as in the provinces.
THE ANZ school tennis championship is set to kick off starting next week.
Despite the challenges Matangiki rugby team faces over the months they managed to overcome Avaiki with 15-6 on Tuesday.
Alota’a secondary school sports day has been cancelled by the school sports master yesterday in Auki, Malaita due to water shortage.
The ministry of education soccer team is likely to face forfeiture after reports of fielding a player from another ministry.
The Solomon Islands national team for the upcoming rugby competition in Australia has been boosted with a timely support from Our Telekom yesterday with a cheque of $41,200.
Alota’a school (primary division) snatched the top prize for futsal after defeating Sinasu B (Ambu primary) in a tough final at Auki primary school (APS) field, last Saturday.
Marist, Kingz ends in draw
G’Day Fun Run ready to roll
Soccer actions kick-off
Tough matches to mark TSL start