Tu Ata Games set

THE much anticipated and fierce Tu Ata Games is set to kick off this weekend. People of Sikaiana from all works of life in Honiara and provinces will again gather at the Ever Green Red Beach sports grounds, to celebrate the day with exciting sporting activities. Tu Ata Games is anticipated to be a tough…

Disappointment over soccer cancellation

Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) and Solomon Games Committee (SGC) are being urged to work together. A provincial contingent official who wish not to be named made the call on Monday following the sudden cancellation of Solomon Cup. “I wish to call on SIFF and SGC to put their differences aside and allow the Solomon…

Hockey campaign starts

The Solomon National Hockey squads will kick off their campaign for the World Hockey League round one in Suva, Fiji this morning. Hockey president Nihal Senevirantne said our national squads has settled down well and are prepared for their opening matches today. “After our arrival on Saturday both teams settled down well and are looking…

S-CUP deferred

The 2016 Solomon Cup has been postponed for a later date due to SIFF’s unsuccessful negotiations to run the event under the Solomon Games. However a football competition will be staged in place of Solomon Cup and run under the 2016 Solomon Games sporting event from July 1- 16. SIFF confirmed this to Star Sports…

Fiji held 1-1 against Malaysia

NADI, (FIJI TIMES) – Wellington Phoenix striker Roy Krishna rifled in a second half screamer to earn the Vofadone Fiji team 1-all draw in an international friendlily against Malaysia at Prince Charles Park in Nadi Sunday. Krishna who was heavily marked by the Malaysians in the fixture powered in the right footer in the 71st…

Fiji targets open water swimming

SUVA, ( FIJI TIMES) – FIJI Swimming is looking into organising open water competition for the local swimmers in the near future. President Ben Rova said it was always a challenge for the swimmers but they needed to start to have such competitions. “For open water competition we do not have any programs and this…

Farina calls for discipline

Suva (Fiji Times) – FOOTBALL players need to be more disciplined and update themselves with the new laws of the game. During the 2016 Vodafone Fiji FACT pool matches in Labasa last weekend players were indisciplined and not well versed with the laws of the game. Experienced players such as Lautoka’s Valerio Nawatu, Ilaitia Tuilau…