Rare commodities

The Auckland City FC coach says a number of Solomon Islands players possess rare skills which are difficult to create. Ramon Tribulietx revealed this in an interview with the Auckland City FC media yesterday. He says the likes of Micah Lea’alafa, Jack Wetney and James Naka, are fast becoming rare commodities in a football world…

NOCSI delegation to attend ONOC congress

A team of five officials of the National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) will be attending the Oceania National Olympic Committee (ONOC) congress and annual general meeting. They are President, Ronald Bei Talasasa VP International, Naoyuki Fujiyama Vice president Finance, Secretary General Melinda Avosa, Francis Manioru Athlete Commissioner  and Lisa Wini. Talasasa and Fujiyama…

137 to lead volunteers

Port Moresby (The National) –  THE 2015 Pacific Games will have 137 volunteer team leaders, who will be key support people working with the Games Volunteer Workforce and Games Organising Committee staff during the July event. The team leaders will be the main point of contact between the GOC functional area managers and the volunteers…

Fantastic experience

DESPITE the unsuccessful campaign by Western United at the Oceania club championship league in Fiji assistant coach Riccardo De Viva has described his stint with the team as a wonderful experience. Speaking exclusively to the Sport Sports yesterday at the Honiara International terminal before he jetted out of the country with two of his players…