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  • 24
  • Jun


THE Makira Ulawa Football Association (MUFA) has elected a new executive committee with three of them being elected unopposed. 

  • 22
  • Jun


Patron of the Honiara Golf Club is supporting the initiative taken by the Golf Federation to introduce the Pikinini golf development program.

  • 09
  • Jun


THE country’s iconic national football stadium Lawson Tama is taking a step closer towards its planned facelift ahead of the 2023 Pacific Games.

  • 27
  • May


GOALKEEPING courses for Provincial Football Associations (PFAs) are scheduled to roll out after the month of June.

  • 26
  • May

National Futsal squads head into online training

  • 25
  • May


Futsal Star shares new Futsal Court with students

  • 15
  • May


NATIONAL Federations (NFs) and sporting groups in the country are calling on the national government to ease restrictions on sports since Solomon Islands remains COVID-19 free.

  • 30
  • Apr

YUN’S Taekwondo Academy Solomon Islands (YTASI) is using an on-line platform to do their theory training since the current state of emergency has been enforced in the country due to coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

  • 21
  • Apr


COVID-19 blocking SISLI construction

  • 21
  • Apr


WOMEN of Aitolo village in the Central Kwara'ae, Malaita Province, have stepped in to help the men work by digging and clearing a new soccer field.

  • 31
  • Mar


SOLOMON Islands sports athletes living overseas are safe from the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to reports reaching Star Sports.

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