Suidani praises Malaita Eagles

The Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani has praised the performance of the Malaita Eagles team in the 2020 Solomon Cup tournament. Speaking to Star Sports after determining Malaita Eagles went down to Western Tomoko in the grand final of the Solomon Cup 2020 over the weekend Premier Suidani said regardless of the result the Eagles…

Solomon Cup West-bound

THE 2020 Solomon Cup champions, the Western Tomoko were given a heroic farewell on Sunday morning when they left Honiara onboard MV Fair Glory. Hundreds of supporters, fans, and families of the players and officials were at the wharf to bid the team farewell on their return voyage. Many more fans and supporters also joined…

Tomoko crowned champs

WESTERN TOMOKO has created history by winning the Solomon Cup tournament for the first time since they joined the Solomon Cup. Tomoko finished off the grand final with a narrow 1-0 win over the defending champions, Malaita Eagles in the grand final match at Lawson Tama yesterday afternoon. Geso Kituru finished off a Sipakana pass…

Frigates eye third spot

ISABEL Frigates has switched their focus for the third and fourth playoff as they eye to finish in third place of the Solomon Cup tournament. Frigates coach; Gideon Omokirio told media after their semi-final match they want to finish in third place and is prepared to give their best to achieve that. “Now that we…

Royals crowned champ

THE RSIPF Royals women’s football team has won the Solrais Women’s Premier League (SWPL) Championship at the DC Park on Sunday. The final showdown was one of the most exciting and entertaining matches in the women’s top football league. Both teams were equipped with experienced players and the match could have ended in favour of…

Honiara ends with win

HONIARA Warriors ended their Solomon Cup campaign with a narrow 2-1 win against the underdogs Renbel Ibis at Lawson Tama, Monday. Both teams ended the first half 1-1 before the hosts extended the lead with the winning goal from a penalty in the second half. Honiara coach Henry Koto was happy to end their campaign…

Renbel Ibis stun Shields

Renbel Ibis claimed their first three points in the Solomon Cup tournament after defeating Central Shields 1-0 in pool B’s second match at Lawson Tama Stadium, Thursday. It was an evenly contested match and both teams had their chances to score but the ibis side managed to register their winning goal against the Shields side…

Kakamora goes to the top

MAKIRA Ulawa Kakamora goes to the top of pool B in the Solomon Cup tournament with six points following their second win at Lawson Tama, Thursday. Kakamora defeated a determined Isabel Frigates side 3-0 to sit atop Pool B with six points. It was one of the entertaining and tough matches of the current Solomon…

Eagles, Tomoko remains undefeated

DEFENDING Champions, Malaita Eagles, and Western Tomoko maintained their undefeated run in pool A of the Solomon Cup tournament following their nil-all draw at Lawson Tama, Wednesday. Despite having chances for goals both teams did not manage to find the back of the net in a match that was described by many as the early…

MOU signed between SIFF and NHA

THE Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) on Monday signed an important Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Hosting Authority (NHA) of the Pacific Games 2023 and the Government. The deal is part of the preparation to build the main stadium at King George Sixth area where the current SIFF Academy is also located. When…