Ranking drop to lowest

SOLOMON Islands has hit its lowest ranking ever since 1993. In the latest FIFA Ranking released on March 12, Solomon Islands moved a spot down from 183 to 184 on the world FIFA ranking. This has been dubbed as so far the worst ranking Solomon Islands has ever reached. The ranking made a positive move…

United close to reveal final team

Western United FC will soon reveal the final list of players that will represent the Solomon Islands in the Oceania Clubs’ Champions League. This was revealed by Western United club management yesterday. He said, the final team should be known next week. Currently United has 30 players on training but only 23 players will make…

Former athlete appointed as new patron

Solomon Islands Athletics Federation (SIAF) has a new patron; he is former national athletics sprinter Francis Manioru. Manioru was appointed to be Athletics Solomon’s Patron after Athletics Solomon’s previous Patron Sir George Lepping died last year. Manioru represented the Solomon Islands in more than 10 international outings with some very impressive results. Manioru is no…

Volley technical course set

THE Olympic Solidarity FIVB Young Players Course for our national volleyball teams and upcoming players has now confirmed to kick-off today ( Wednesday) 11th March 2015 at the NOCSI conference room at 8.30am. Forty participants have been selected. The training will start  with an opening ceremony to be attended by Ministry of home affairs (…

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…

Games council boss happy

The National – PACIFIC Games Council president Vidhya Lakhan, who was in Port Moresby for a week, left on a happy note, confident that everything will fall in place come the Games on July 4.
 His mood was not the same less than a month ago when he left after checking out venues.
He described the…

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…