Fiji thrashed by Tahiti

SUVA, ( FIJI TIMES) – Vodafone Fiji futsal team was thrashed 1-9 by Tahiti in the 2016 Oceania Football Confederation Futsal Championship at the Vodafone Arena in Suva Wednesday night. Fiji was outclassed by Tahiti in most areas as they were too quick and smart for the home side. Fiji also got a few scoring…

Boxing action this weekend

The Honiara Amateur Boxing Association (HABA) will be hosting their second bouts for this year, this Saturday at the Multipurpose Hall. HABA confirmed this to Star sports in an interview, Thursday. “We will be  staging  our second bouts for this this weekend (Saturday night February 13, 2016) at the Multipurpose Hall,’’ HABA said. HABA strongly…

Rio Olympics positive impact

SUVA, (FIJI TIMES) – The Telecom Fijiana’s qualification for the Rio Olympics will have a positive impact on the growth of women’s rugby in the region. That’s the view of Kylie Bates who is the development consultant and director of Game Changers an Australian based company which uses partnerships to make sport and communities stronger.…

Focus on women to try golf

Suva (Fiji Times) – THE Fiji Sugar Corporation Penang Golf Club Course in Rakiraki will be a hive of activity this weekend with the staging of two tournaments. On Saturday, an 18 holes stable ford event sponsored by Supreme Fuel will be played while on Sunday a tournament will be held to mark Valentine’s Day.…

Kurukuru on the lead

AFTER Day Three of the 2016 OFC Futsal Championship the defending champions, Solomon Islands National Futsal Team, known as Kurukurus are currently leading the competition with nine points from three successive victory. Their 4-1 victory over hot contenders Futsal Whites edged them a step closer to 2016 Futsal World Cup set for Colombia later this…

More locals certified as hockey coach

About 26 officials of the Solomon Islands Hockey Federation (SIHF) are now certificate holders of the Oceania Hockey Coach level 1. They officially received their Certificate of Accreditation on Tuesday from the president of SIHF Nihal Seneviratne yesterday at the SIM sports grounds. Nihal said the recipients’ final received their Certificates after successfully completed a…

Kurukuru hailed

THE President of the Solomon Islands Hockey Federation (SIHF) Nihal Seneviratne has joined the mad Kurukuru fans and supporters in the country and abroad in congratulating the boys for the second victory Tuesday. Senevirantne stressed this to Star Sports in an interview yesterday. “On behalf of SIHF I would like to congratulate the Kurukuru boys…