Bilikiki training to resume

THE country’s beach soccer team, Bilikiki will resume training once they are given the green light by the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF). At the moment all football codes are slowly returning to their normal routine in training. Bilikiki like the other two football codes are also preparing for the Oceania Beach soccer championship scheduled…

SOLMAT deployed to border

Solomon Islands Medical Assistance Team (SOLMAT) comprising of medical doctors, surveillance and contact tracing personals have again been deployed to the western border over the weekend. This is to support Western Provincial Health Emergency Operation Centre (PHEOC) to respond to potential entry and community transmission of COVID-19 at Komaliae village in the Shortland Islands, a…

Koloale wins pre-season 

KOLOALE women’s football team is the winner of the women’s pre-season tournament which ended over the weekend. Koloale was the dominant team in the group stage winning all matches in Group A while Police Blue led the Group B. They maintained their dominance in the tournament to reach the final and defeated a well organized…

TRAINING TO GO ON

Wini to continue training after quarantine By CARLOS ARUAFU SOLOMON ISLANDS female weightlifter, Jenly Wini Tegu is more determined to continue with her training as soon as she is released from Covid-19 quarantine. Speaking to Star Sports yesterday, the country’s top female weightlifter confirmed that they are expected to be released from quarantine today. Wini…

SIFF’s BIG PLAN

THE Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) long term strategic development plan for the new cycle 2019-2022 has been passed during the 2020 ordinary congress in Honiara at the Kwaimani building in Honiara.  The strategic development plan was proposed by the SIFF executive under the leadership of President William Lai and was put forward to congress…

MUFA has new executive  

THE Makira Ulawa Football Association (MUFA) has elected a new executive committee with three of them being elected unopposed.  Tommy Mana, who was MUFA’s president during the past four years was re-elected unopposed June 20, 2020, in Kira Kira for another four-year term, while his deputy, Roxley Tara was elected general secretary, also unopposed. John…