Solomon Islands Regional Sports News - Solomon Star News

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  • 22
  • Mar

Suva (Fiji Times) - BA football is having a reinforcement in their team for the remainder of the season with few of the top footballers deciding to join the camp.

  • 22
  • Mar

Port Moresby (The National) - LAE City Dwellers are reluctant to release their players for national duties after six members of their squad were named in the PNG side to tour the Solomon Islands this week.

  • 22
  • Mar

Port Moresby (The National) -  LAE City pulled off the upset of the ages, beating Hekari United 2-0 to defend their Telikom National Soccer League title on Saturday.

  • 20
  • Mar

Suva (Fiji Times) - YEARS on from having donned the nationals jumper William Ryder is fighting for a ticket back in with the national squad.

  • 11
  • Feb

OFC: The Solomon Islands’ Kurukuru has moved a step closer to Colombia 2016 after seeing off New Zealand, but the Futsal Whites and Vanautu are still on their heels as the 2016 OFC Futsal Championship moves into day four of competition.

  • 11
  • Feb

OFC: Kurukuru captain Elliot Ragomo played a starring role for the Solomon Islands as they downed New Zealand 4-1 to move three points clear of the pack on Wednesday - Match Day 3 of the 2016 OFC Futsal Championship.

  • 11
  • Feb

SUVA, ( FIJI TIMES) - Vodafone Fiji futsal team was thrashed 1-9 by Tahiti in the 2016 Oceania Football Confederation Futsal Championship at the Vodafone Arena in Suva Wednesday night.

  • 11
  • Feb

Suva (Fiji Times) - THE Fiji Sugar Corporation Penang Golf Club Course in Rakiraki will be a hive of activity this weekend with the staging of two tournaments.

  • 09
  • Feb

SUVA, ( FIJI TV) --- Athletes from Papua New Guinea were part of the Shop and Save Athletics Fiji weekly competition at the ANZ stadium last week.

  • 01
  • Feb

NUKU'ALOFA, (MATANGI TONGA) - Within three or four months, the Papua New Guinea government should be able to inform the Tongan government of what it could do to help Tonga with its preparations to host the 2019 Pacific Games, Justin Tkatchenko, the Papua New Guinea Minister for National Events, Sports and Tourism told the Tongan Media at the Scenic Hotel, Fua’amotu.

  • 01
  • Feb

WELLINGTON, (STUFF NZ) - Rugby clubs must show they have real jobs, real visas and real support plans for young players, says former Super Rugby star.

  • 01
  • Feb

WELLINGTON, (SUDAY STAR TIMES) - They are two of New Zealand rugby's hottest prospects and they both came here on student visas to attend high school. Fiji's Waisake Naholo and Tonga's Malakai Fekitoa were quickly spotted by provincial talent scouts and were soon on a fast track to All Black stardom.

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