The coach of the Telekom S-league champions Solomon Warriors FC, Moses Toata is unmoved by the fact that he has some of his key players switching sides for the upcoming TSL season.
After not being able to play last year, the womens rugby program is kicking off again soon.
David Gorosi will take away some fantastic lessons from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, after an impressive performance in the Group B Men's 85kg Weightlifting.
Acting Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga has unveiled the Solomon Games 2016 during celebrations to mark the 21st Rennell and Bellona 2nd Appointed Day on Tuesday on Bellona Island.
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Futsal fans and supporters have voiced disappointment over the non-participation of the Solomon Islands National Futsal team, Kurukuru in this year’s Oceania Futsal Challenge.
Former rugby champions the Avaiki rugby team finally ends Diesel services unbeaten run on Tuesday.
The Honiara town will come alive today as the city will be witnessing the “2014 inter-ministry soccer and volleyball league “kick-off its opening ceremony today at Rove field at 2.00pm.
A former national volleyball player and coach has raised concern about the integrity of Solomon Islands volleyball federation (SIVF) in light of a volleyball coaching program that the federation has facilitated.
The Western United Football Club has released the names of 29 players who will in their line-up in the upcoming Telekom S-league (TSL) season
The Point Cruz Yatch Club (PCYC) cricket team has won the Kevin O’Brian memorial cricket match over the weekend after defeating Point Cruz Yatch Club by 32 runs 123-93.
More than 20 youths in Honiara are currently undergoing a three days disciplinary training at Multi-purpose hall.
Auki to stage futsal competition
Siosi completes 5,000 metres final as a hero
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