KOSSA up one spot

KOSSA FC moved a spot up the Telekom S-league (TSL) after thrashing Malaita Kingz FC 7-1 at Lawson Tama, Wednesday. It was anticipated to be an equally fought match however KOSSA proved too strong for the young Kingz side. KOSSA led the first half with a comfortable 4-1 lead before extending their lead with another…

TSL matches postponed due to bad weather

THE wet weather experienced in the country is disturbing the hosting of the Telekom S-league (TSL) matches. Since the resumption of matches this year a total of seven matches were being postponed. The most recent matches to be postponed were two matches scheduled for Sunday at the Lawson Tama Stadium. “All Round 17 matches scheduled for Sunday…

GAMES FUNDING

Ninety percent of funding secured   AROUND 90 percent of funding has been secured for facilities for the Pacific Games 2023. This was revealed by the Chairman of the National Hosting Authority (NHA) for the Pacific Games 2023, Dr. Jimmie Rodgers. “We have secured about 90 percent funding for the Pacific Games 2023 Sporting Facilities.…

Local Tennis star shines in US

HENDERSON State’s Georjemah Row was awarded the Great American Conference Player of the Week after her three-set win sealed the victory over Southern Arkansas at the No. 2 spot. The official site of Henderson State Athletics has reported that the junior from Honiara, Solomon Islands becomes the first Reddie to win the award since Annie…

TSL matches back

THE Telekom S-league (TSL) is set to resume matches after postponing its previous five matches due to the wet weather experienced over the country last week. Today’s matches will see Laugu FC take on Southern United FC at 2 pm followed by FC Isabel United and Honiara City FC at 4 pm. Tomorrow’s matches will…

Games work ahead of schedule

CHAIRMAN of the National Hosting Authority (NHA) for the Pacific Games 2023, Dr. Jimmy Rodger reveals that as new hosts for the Pacific Games, the development of facilities is ahead of schedule. Dr. Rodgers revealed this during the recent official handing over of the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) Academy to the NHA over the…

‘SORT OUT MESS’

Call for teamwork about Lawson Tama   FORMER president of the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF), Adrian Wickham calls on the SIFF Executive to work together with the National Sports Council (NSC), National Hosting Authority (NHA), and the Honiara City Council (HCC) to sort out the Lawson Tama Stadium issue. The HCC has terminated the…

Women’s training squad announced

A total of 47 players are being drafted into the country’s women’s national team training squad. The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) made the announcement, Monday. The training squad comprises four goalkeepers, 19 defenders, 18 midfielders, and six forwards. These players were selected from the inaugural Solrais Women’s Premier League last year. Most of the…

GOODBYE SIFF ACADEMY

Football Academy site now under NHA   The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) has officially handed over its former headquarters at the Allan Boso Complex to the Hosting Authority (NHA) as one of the development sites for the 2023 Pacific Games. The handing over ceremony was held at Allen Boso Complex, SIFF Academy on Saturday and…

Girls urged to strive for the best

SPORTS fanatics have called on women and girls to strive for the best in sports. This follows the recent reports on Solomon Islands young female football referee, Natalia Lumukana who was selected to officiate in one of the World’s biggest football events, the FIFA Women’s World Cup. They posted on the sports pages on social…