Locals set for Fiji Open

Seven Solomon Islands tennis players will be taking part in the 2015 Fiji Open Tennis Championships this week. They players are Junior Benjamin Charley, Graham Mani, Christinoh Fujiyama, Vinda Teally, Georjimah Row, Luke Paeni and Yanni Honila. This was confirmed by senior player and trainer, Yanni Honila. Honila said the team will put in their…

Two matches set for CC Rugby 15s

The Credit Cooperation Rugby 15s Competition continues today with two great matches scheduled for both the senior and junior categories. The matches will be played at the Panatina field. SIRUF Rugby Development Officer, Fredson Soaki said in the Junior category,  KGVI will take on Bishop Epalle at 12 pm to be followed by Mbokona against…

Tennis star graduates

One of Solomon Islands’ tennis stars who is based in USA, Zinnia Leamana, has graduated with a Bachelor degree in Marketing and Minor Supply Chain Management at Clayton State University in the state of Georgia. Leamana, 23, who hails from Isabel Province, was among 10 current and former Clayton State student-athletes who have earned their…

Micah to ply trade in Europe

FUTSAL sensational striker Micah Lea’alafa is tipped to ply his trade in Europe. Reports reaching Star Sports stated that the Amicale OFC championship player will undergo trial in Italy or play for Auckland City alongside two Amicale players Fenedy Masauvakalo and Brian Kaltack. The arrangement was being made by Amicale FC president Andrew Leong. Lea’alafa…

Rosefelo back on track

Solomon Islands long distance running athlete, Rosefelo Siosi is back on track after a week break due being sick during the Oceania Area Championship in Australia.  Last week Rosefelo confirmed he won’t be participating in the 2015 Oceania Area championship because he felt sick and had to be exempted from running. He told Star Sports…

Mayor assists Naha FC

Honiara City Mayor and Councillor for Naha ward Alfrence Fatai has stepped into to assist the Naha football club (FC) with new sports equipment recently. The assistance was handed over in a brief ceremony at Naha. As a councillor responsible for Naha ward Fatai said, he was glad to provide such assistance for the club…

Warriors back on second spot

THE Honiara Football Association (HFA) league defending champions, Solomon Warriors FC is back on the second spot in the HFA premier division tally after a slight drop following the previous weekend’s 1-0 defeat to Northern United. Warriors retained the second position with 29 points, five points behind leaders KOSSA FC who maintained its pole position…