After a few months of recess the Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation’s (SIRUF) Pacific in Union – Rugby 4 Schools (SI) program is back again and all to kick off.
FIFA World Cup events aren’t just for the world’s top players to showcase their talents as Solomon Islands Women’s Development Officer Diane Justus well knows.
The first Chess competition for this year is set to kick off on Saturday in Honiara.
The local triathlon-racing season got underway in February thanks to a break in the cyclonic weather and the crocodiles having better things to do.
Western Bullets men’s basketball team tasted their first defeat to Travel Blazers after an undefeated run in the Namson Tran Basketball competition on Thursday.
TWO exciting football matches are scheduled to take place today.
Solomon Islands Oceania Club Championship representative, Solomon Warriors FC has won their first friendly match on home soil thrashing the Select side 6-0 at the Lawson Tama Stadium on Sunday
Newly introduced basketball team MMTM has registered its first win of the Namson Tran basketball tournament after defeating the U19 select side on Sunday at the Multipurpose Hall.
THE Honiara Rugby Union Association (HRUA) is urging all club representatives to attend a rescheduled meeting at 4:30pm today at the Kokonut Café.
The National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) has revealed that all affiliations will be closed on March 30.
Solomon Islands will have two of its AFL players vie in the 2014 AFL in Australia.
SOCCER star Benjamin Totori has been reported to have returned to join New Zealand’s Waitakere FC for the upcoming Oceania Club Championship.
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