Wini gets NFs support

Solomon Islands female weightlifter, Jenly Wini Tegu has gained the support from all the sporting’s national federations in the country as she prepares to take part in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this year. Star Sports sited emails to the National Olympic Committee of the Solomon Islands (NOCSI) where most federations sent their congratulatory messages…

Kingz two steps up

Malaita Kingz FC has moved two places up the Telekom S-league ladder from the sixth to the fourth spot after edging second place KOSSA FC 2-1 yesterday at the Lawson Tama Stadium. Kingz got lucky four minutes from kick off when a failed goal attempt found KOSSA’s defender on the wrong foot and accidently bounced…

Coaching course defered

The planned HFA coaches and administrators workshop in Partnership with Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) that should kick start yesterday at the SIFF Academy Conference room has been postponed to a later date. This was due to low turn out from club members. Organisers said the workshop has been deferred for a later date and…

Five schools earmarked for chess program

Five schools in Honiara have been earmarked to undergo the pilot program of the Chess in Schools (CiS) program for this year. This was confirmed by the Solomon Islands Chess Federation (SICF) secretary general, Michael Qwanafia yesterday. The five schools are Chung Wah School, Woodford International, Perch primary school, King George secondary school, Tenaru secondary…

MP hosts free soccer

Parisisi village in North Guadalcanal constituency is currently hosting seven-a-side soccer knock out without any registration fee. The hosting of the game is part of a program by the Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency Martin Sophage’ to engage youths participate in games and to stop them from engaging in unlawful activities during weekends.…

Warriors out of reach

Solomon Warriors FC may have been held to a disappointing 1-1 draw to Malaita Kingz FC over the weekend but that does not wash away the fact they are way out of reach for any other contestant to challenge the TSL title for this season. The defending champions are currently leading with 28 points with…

FNRL wants more player exposure

THE Fiji National Rugby League is planning to send more local players overseas in the future. With a four-year plan until the next Rugby League World Cup, the FNRL revealed it wants more local players to be exposed at international level. After the recent RLWC in England where only two local players made the cut…