Solo sum up with huge win

SOLOMON Islands national U-16 team concluded their competition at the OFC U-17 Championship with an overwhelming result, 13-0 against the American Samoa on Thursday. Seven goals from Larry Zama, two from Philip Maeta and each goal from John Oge, Junior Hou, Benjamin Toata and Hendrick Jirah was more than enough to give back some pride…

NOCSI reveals funding

THE National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) reveals that its annual funding it received from the Oceania Olympic Committee is US$85,000 which is equivalent to SBD$648,000. This was revealed by NOCSI Vice President Solidarity Joe Ramosaea and was also confirmed by NOCSI President Martin Rara. Ramosaea made the revelation after receiving complaints from several…

TSL resumes tomorrow

FOOTBALL fans and supporters will witness the first soccer actions for this year when the country’s biggest soccer league, the Telekom S-league (TSL) resume this weekend. As usual there will be four matches’ features down for this weekend, two on Saturday and two on Sunday. However the full fixtures for this weekend and all remaining…

Body builders consider medal winners

THE Solomon Islands Body Building Federation (SIBBF) is considering of sending the team that have represented the Solomon Islands in the last year’s Body building championship held in Papua New Guinea for the upcoming Pacific Games. This was revealed to Star sport by the SIBBF president, Pius Maemae on Tuesday. Maemae said the federation considered…

U16 dream over

SOLOMON Islands national U-16 team hopes of reaching the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile this year ended yesterday after they went down 3-0 to Tahiti at Pago Park Stadium in American Samoa on Tuesday. The young boys on their mission at the OFC U-17 Championship made a positive start with a convincing 10-1 victory…

Narrow win gives NZ advantage

New Zealand notched up their fourth win at the OFC U-17 Championship today but it wasn’t an easy one as New Caledonia pushed them to the limits in their thrilling 5-4 victory. Meanwhile, Fiji finally put themselves on the right side of a victory with a comprehensive 5-0 win over Cook Islands while Papua New…

Warriors remain hopeful

DEFENDING Championship of the Telekom S-league (TSL) Solomon Warriors FC is optimistic to finish top in this season’s despite of their defeat to Western United. To fulfil their hopes they have imported two Vanuatu players, Daniel Natou and Kency Tangis from Amicale FC last week. The duos have arrived last Sunday and are teaming up…

Football rank improve

SOLOMON Islands Football rank move two steps higher according to the latest FIFA men’s ranking. It moves from the previous ranking of 182 to 180. The increase shows football in the country has improved slightly but it does not push Solomon Islands position in the Oceania ranking. Solomon Islands although the only pacific country experienced…

Health Table Tennis friendly

The National Table Tennis players will play Ministry of Health Table Tennis team in a friendly match at the Ministry of Health headquarters at 4.30pm today. The friendly match is set to be an entertaining one as health team will feature veteran champion Dr Cendric, Ivan Ghemu and Dr Maraka. The Ministry of Health Table…