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  • 27
  • Feb

FOOTBALL fans and supporters are in for more football action today as Group D of the Oceania Champions League resume matches today.

  • 27
  • Feb

SOLOMON Islands international exports Micah Lea’alafa and Benjamin Totori have scored a goal each, in the opening games of their clubs, at the Trusts Arena, Auckland, Sunday.

  • 27
  • Feb

LAUTOKA FC coach is expecting a more upright approach from Benjamin Totori upfront, to pose more threat on their opponents defence in their remaining games.

  • 27
  • Feb

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has congratulated the football fans in Honiara and those who have travelled in from the provinces for their good behaviour during the first day of the OFC Champions League 2018 Group D playoffs last Saturday 24 February and calls for the same behaviour for the rest of the tournament this week.

  • 27
  • Feb

Marist FC head coach Jerry Allan who had been overwhelmed by the level of support local football fans and supporters had rendered to him during their first match over the weekend has repeat the call for same support in their second match set for this afternoon.

  • 23
  • Feb

Govt’s strong commitment to deliver 2023 Games lauded

  • 12
  • Feb

SOLOMON Islands international Tutizama Tanito gets off the mark as he scored in his OFC Champions League debut for Lae City Dwellers last Saturday in Port Vila, Vanuatu.

  • 08
  • Feb

Marist FC’s PNG import player, Koriak Upaiga will return to rejoin the team next week.

  • 08
  • Feb

Fijian strives for rugby success

  • 09
  • Feb

THE Telekom S-League Champions Football club Solomon Warriors FC has released the names of players set to represent the in Tahiti for the OFC Champions League 2018.

  • 08
  • Feb

CURRENTLY playing in his best form, Solomon Islands New Zealand based, Micah Lea’alafa is eager to help Auckland City retain the OFC Champions League crown.

  • 07
  • Feb

SOLOMON Islands tennis female tennis duo Georjemah Row and Vinda Teally are slowly adapting to life in the United States of America.

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