KAUA HOPEFUL 

….as he acclimatizes to new environment By CARLOS ARUAFU INTERNATIONAL midfielder Atkin Kaua remains hopeful for his trials in Europe despite the change in weather. Kaua told Star Sports yesterday that it is quite cold in Malta at the moment and is having an impact on his trainings. He added that despite this change in…

KAUA OFF TO MALTA

SOLOMON Islands International Atkin Kaua has commenced his journey for trials with Maltese Football Club Tarxien Rainbows, Thursday. Kaua was farewelled by his club mates from Laugu FC, family and relatives who wished him all the best in his trials. This is his first ever trial with any club from Europe and Kaua understands it’s…

ITS A GIFT

PRC reiterates Pacific Games support a gift BY CARLOS ARUAFU THE People’s Republic of China (PRC) government has reiterated that whatever support towards the country’s preparation for the 2023 Pacific Games is a gift and not loan. This was revealed by the visiting Deputy Head of Mission of the Chinese Embassy in Port Moresby, Yao…

West Kwara’ae teams receive prizes

The much anticipating prize presentation for 2017 ward 3 soccer league in West Kwara’ae was finally facilitated at Gwaunaoa village in Malaita, Friday last week. The organising committee has scheduled the prize presentation due to some difficulties to obtain the cash prizes. West Kwara’ae Football Association President John Osi confirmed to Star Sports the league…

Players’ transfers facilitated

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) has facilitated the transfer International Transfer Certificates (ITC) of five Royals players and one G-Camp player, Langney Wanderers keen to sign to join their club. SIFF Media Officer Simon Abana confirmed to Star Sports he received the request from English FA to release five Royals players and one G-Camp…

GAMES DEAL

Minutes signed with China By CARLOS ARUAFU THE National Hosting Authority (NHA) for the 2023 Pacific Games has signed the exchange of minutes following their dialogue with the government of the People Republic of China (PRC) for the construction of facilities for the 2023 Pacific Games. The signing took place yesterday at the Office of…

Auki Futsal results

Auki Futsal Challenge kicked off with big wins for Borders Futsal and Mid-sea Futsal during day one of competition. The Auki Futsal Challenge kicked off over the weekend with 13 matches played on Saturday. In the first match, Kingstone Futsal defeated Kwaemegs Futsal with a comfortable 2-0 victory to kick-start the tournament. In the second…

Warriors remain on top

Defending TSL champions, Solomon Warriors FC remain at the top of the TSL tally and are in the driving seat to defend their title after a two-all draw with title challengers Henderson Eels at Lawson Tama on Saturday. It was a tough and equally fought match as Warriors looks to maintain their lead and Henderson Eels…

Suaga hands over documents to NOCSI

A one-time president of National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) Christian Suaga has handed over documents containing history of the first Solomon Islands National Olympic committee to the chairman of the Athletes Commission of the National Olympic Committee Francis Manioru last week. Suaga handed over the document after Manioru visited to pay him respect…

PM: what we must do to host 2023 Games

THE national government recognises that we must excel in four key areas to be successful in hosting the 2023 Pacific Games. Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare highlighted this last Friday during the launch of the National Institute of Sports High Performance in Honiara as part of the country’s preparation for the games. “First we must host…