O’Neill to open Games

The National –  PRIME Minister Peter O’Neill will officially open the 2015 Pacific Games on July 4 at the Sir John Guise Stadium in Port Moresby. The Sports Minister’s office confirmed Monday night that O’Neill would take over the proceedings after the response to Papua New Guinea’s request for a member of the British Royal…

PNG debut outside Oceania

OFC: The Papua New Guinea women’s national team have made great ground since returning to action following last year’s OFC Women’s Nations Cup, making their international debut outside of Oceania as they build for the Pacific Games and Olympic qualifiers. The side kicked off their return to the international stage with a two match series…

Amicale signs up Micah

Solomon Warriors star midfielder and Solomon Islands sensational futsal star Micah Lea’alafa will join Amicale FC of Vanuatu for the upcoming O-League. Reports reaching Star Sports the local sensation has been eyed by the top club in Vanuatu to boost their campaign in this annual Oceania football competition. Micah is one of the Solomon Warriors…

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…