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  • 15
  • Apr

It's the last day of the group stage today and Group A rounds out the action at Churchill Park in Lautoka as AS Pirae and Waitakere United seek semi-final glory.

  • 15
  • Apr

His Royal Highness, the Duke of Cambridge has formally handed over the IRB Junior World Championship trophy to hosts New Zealand yesterday, marking 50 days to the kick-off of Junior World Championship 2014 on Monday 2 June.

  • 15
  • Apr

One goal was all it took for Amicale FC to edge defending champions Auckland City FC out of the top spot in the the Match Day 8 marquee encounter which followed AS Dragon’s 5-0 drubbing of hosts Nadi FC earlier yesterday afternoon.

  • 16
  • Apr

The next three days will be important for the 18 players in the Vodafone Fiji 7s training squad if they want to be in the final team for the last leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series.

  • 16
  • Apr

PAPUA New Guinea will miss out on a possible gold medal at the 2015 Pacific Games after softball was dropped from the list of sports.

  • 16
  • Apr

WORK on existing sporting facilities in Port Moresby has been described as a short term sacrifice and a long term gain for the respective sports.

  • 16
  • Apr

Lethal striker Osea Vakatalesau believes his Ba side is capable of winning the OFC Champions League.

  • 19
  • Mar

The Solomon Islands AFL (SIAFL) expects to get busy this year as it is gearing up for the start of its 2014 league competition next weekend.

  • 20
  • Mar

NATIONAL volleyball champion Western province is all set to participate in next month’s national champion in Honiara.

  • 21
  • Mar

The Solomon Islands Chess Federation (SICF) has released the names of 56 players who will vie in the upcoming National Open Chess Championship which will start on Saturday.

  • 21
  • Mar

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.

  • 21
  • Mar

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.