Three United wins Fataleka Mala Day competition

Three United football club in Fataleka, Malaita has won the Fataleka Malaita Day soccer tournament after edging their way past a determined Sulufoloa side 1-0 in the grand finals last week. Equipped with some experienced players who plied their trade with some of the country’s renowned clubs, Three United seemed confident all throughout the match…

Kwaini wins Malaita Day dart comp

A FIVE-DAY Dart competition organised as part of the Malaita Day activities ended successfully last Saturday. Interim chairman of the dart committee in Auki Francis Tafea thank Solbrew Company for the donations and sponsoring of prizes. “The dart competition shows the competitiveness of the game here.” Seven teams competed and were drawn in two pools.…

Papua New Guinea eye Slovakia showdown

OFC: Papua New Guinea’s hopes of reaching the Girls’ Youth Olympic Football Tournament semi-finals rest on downing Slovakia on Wednesday in Nanjing. Beaten 7-0 by South American hot-shots Venezuela in their first match, Papua New Guinea can still slip into the last four if they can somehow beat the European side in their final group…

S-League to adopt original format

The Telekom S-league competition will go through the original two phase format this season. This was according to the the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF). The S-League Board revealed that the new season will return to the competition format originally adopted by SIFF two years ago. The first phase is the TSL competition and will…

Solomon Islands represented in the Youth Leadership Program in Gwangju Republic of Korea

SOLOMON Islands is taking part in Youth Leadership Program in Korea. Bremer Lekelalu Abana, Community Based Rehabilitation, Field Worker of the Ministry of Health and Medical Services was selected as one of the participants for the 10th Youth Leadership Program, following recommendation from Solomon Islands National Paralymic Committee (SINPC) and Community Based Rehabilitation Unit (CBR).…

Local scoop double in Vanuatu

A Solomon Islands student studying at St. Patricks College in Penama Province, Vanuatu has scooped two awards at an annual weeklong Penama Inter Secondary Association (PISSA) games. Jordana Rota Kolivangana, whose parents are teachers at the college on Friday walked away with a Silver medal she won on table tennis. She also won a 10000…