Clubs receives awards

Winners of the recent Telekom S-league (TSL) season have finally had their hands on their respective awards over the weekend. The presentation of awards took place at the Pacific Casino Sea View area. The top three winners received trophies and medals according to their respective positions including consolation prizes for the coach of the year,…

Marist maintains top spot

QQQ Marist men’s basketball team still maintains their position as leaders of the Namson Tran Basketball competition after defeating a strong MMTM side at the Multipurpose Hall on Sunday. Marist finished off the match with a two point difference 35-33. Fully equipped with most of their players, Marist put in all efforts to make it…

Warriors win second friendly

Solomon Islands Football Club champions, Solomon Warriors have won their second friendly match against a tough TSL Select side on Sunday at the Lawson Tama Stadium. The match ended with a final score 4-1. It was a tough and equally contested match compared to their first friendly last weekend. After fighting out ninety minutes of…

Referees flying flag for Oceania

As the group stages of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup come to a close today and New Zealand’s journey ends, we take a quick look at two more Oceania representatives making a name for themselves on the world stage. New Zealand referee Anna-Marie Keighley and Tongan assistant referee Lata Kaumatule are the region’s only…

Fijian Sports to boycott Commonwealth Games

Fijian sports are set to boycott the Commonwealth Games in support of rugby and netball which have been shut out from the July event in Glasgow, Scotland. Today, national sports organisations will meet in Suva, to decide whether to boycott or not.  A disappointed Reg Sanday, president of the Fiji Association of Sports and National…

OFC launch new FIFA approved footballs

The Oceania Football Confederation has launched three new footballs with FIFA quality accreditation as part of its commercialisation programme. In Pakistan to visit the factory which produces the footballs, OFC President David Chung says the new designs called the Elite Ball (FIFA approved), the Premier Ball (FIFA Inspected), and the OFC Futsal Ball (FIFA approved)…

HRUA clubs urged to attend meeting

THE Honiara Rugby Union Association (HRUA) is urging all club representatives to attend a rescheduled meeting at 4:30pm today at the Kokonut Café. HRUA secretary Morris Temangutau’a said an earlier meeting scheduled for last week was not attended therefore the date has been rescheduled to today. “Please make all effort to attend. If you will…

Deadline set for NOCSI affiliation

The National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) has revealed that all affiliations will be closed on March 30. In a statement on Tuesday, NOCSI urged all federations to submit their affiliation fees along with their 2013 Activity Reports and the 2014 Activity Schedule. NOCSI also urged Sports federations that are yet to pay up…