Promotion in RSIPF

Dear Editor – May I refer to Solomon Star issue No: 6661 dated on Tuesday 1st August 2017 at front page “Varley Defends his Decision”, and in Solomon Star issue No: 6663 dated on Friday 4th August 2017 on page 2 “Varley takes stand” regarding the above subject matter. First and foremost, I wish to…

Malaita Day

Dear Editor– My isles de Ramos Malaita province will celebrate Malaita day on the 15th of August mark its second appointed day 39 years old In the count. Come on isles de Ramos you big boy nao! Big enough to look after your own affairs and the welfare of your people’s young and old and…

Reserved seats?

Dear Editor – With the ongoing debate for and against reserved seats in Parliament for women I suggest that the proponents of the initiative once again put out in the public media arguments for and the a various assumptions on which  this particular  idea is based. It seems that the debate is not yet over…

Marist and Sunrise 3×3 winners

Marist men’s basketball and Sunrise women’s basketball teams are the winners of the first 3×3 basketball series. Marist defeated Ebola boys 10-5 in the men’s final showdown at the Multipurpose Hall court. For the women, Sunrise edged their way past a determined El Divas side to win the first series 8-6. It was an equally…

LAST CALL

NJSC: Hand in your training squad list The National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) has strongly urged all national sports federations to hand in their training squad list by today. This call goes out to the 13 Sports Federations who will form Team Solomon for the Pacific Games in Vanuatu. A statement from the…

Two draws, two wins

Sunday’s High School Basketball league saw two matches end with a draw and another two with wins. The opening match of the day saw Mbua Valley boys and Bishop Epalle boys drew 24-24. Don Bosco boys registered the first win of the day defeating White River High School 31-19. The third match was a tough…

Rugby planning course training

A DEVELOPMENT Planning Course for rugby was held at Tanoa International in Nadi, Fiji over the weekend. It was attended by Oceania rugby union development managers and chief executive officers (CEOs). Over 130 participants, presenters and educators from around the Oceania Region and 16 Member Unions attended the training in Nadi, Fiji for the 2017…