Paddock Easter knockout a success

THE Paddock Easter sports knockout tournament has successfully ended on Wednesday. The tournament was held at Ila village, Fa’arau district in Central kwara’ae, Malaita province. The Easter tournament was organised in two sport category, junior futsal and open category seven aside knock-out. More than 15 teams participated at the respective competitive tournaments. The ongoing sporting…

Man Up Rugby challenge this weekend

The Fletcher Kwaimani Man Up Rugby Challenge will kick off this weekend at the DC Park Rugby Field, Henderson. Four teams have accepted the challenge and will see who has what it takes to become champion. The teams are Henderson Hammerheads (HHH), SINU, Relas and Diesel. The tournament will kick off on Saturday, April 9th…

HNA school netball league meeting

The Honiara Netball Association (HNA) urges all Sports Maters of schools in and around Honiara to attend an important meeting set for this coming Monday at the Lawson Tama netball court. HNA President Shalom Akao said conveyed this to Star Sports in a statement yesterday. “The Honiara netball association executive wishes to invite sports masters…

Fiji eyes coaches from Cuba

Suva (Fiji Times) – FIJI is hoping to secure national coaches for volleyball and boxing from Cuba. The ambassador of the Republic of Cuba Mario Alzugaray paid a visit to the Minister of Youth and Sports Laisenia Tuitubou on Friday. Alzugaray revealed Cuba was willing to offer assistance to Fiji in the areas of common…

What the future holds for Valerie Adams

AUCKLAND, (NZ HERALD) – Married on Saturday, back in the gym on Monday: Valerie Adams knows every day counts in her build-up to Rio. The two-time Olympic shotput champion wed Gabriel Price, her partner of two years, over the weekend, but she wasn’t about to use it as an excuse to skip a day’s training.…

Warriors departs

SOLOMON ISLANDS representative to the Oceania Club Championship, Solomon Warriors FC jetted off yesterday for New Zealand for the Oceania Club Championship competition. The team which comprises of 20 players and four team officials will arrive in Auckland, the host city for the Oceania Club Championship tomorrow and will spend the next four days training…

Govt failed us

Renbel Solomon Games LOC blames ministry for the mess THE Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the Renbel Solomon Games proposed for this year is heating back on the government, blaming the Ministry of Home Affairs for failing to support them in their preparations. In a statement issued this week, the LOC chairlady Joyce Konofilia said,…

Toata: Micah a threat

Solomon Warriors FC coach, Moses Toata says Micah Lea’alafa will be a threat for Warriors in the Oceania Club Championship. Toata revealed this prior to their departure yesterday at the Henderson International Airport.  “Yes Micah is always threat for any team. “Definitely Micah is with Auckland City, initially the plan was that he will feature…

Five referees for Oceania champ

Solomon Islands will have five of its referees officiating in the coming Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Oceania Club Championship in New Zealand which will start this weekend. The five referees are Nelson Sogo, George Ime, Benard Kera, Jeffery Solodia and referee assessor, John Sa’ohu. These referees were called upon by the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC).…