SINFED sets target on 2023

THE Solomon Islands Netball Federation (SINFED) is setting its focus beyond 2019, eyeing the 2023 Pacific Games. SINFED president, Noelyn Luahiti stated that SINFED continues with its Plan to get to the final play off at the Pacific Games 2023 in Honiara.  Last December, SINFED facilitated its Corporate Plan 2019 – 2023.  A few veteran…

WARRIORS READY

Solomon Warriors gear up for O-League  Solomon Warriors are gearing up to host the OFC Champions League Group D in Honiara from 24 February to 2 March at Lawson Tama.    The Solomon Islands champions coach Moses Toata said his boys have stepped up preparation since turn of the year.  “We are into the third…

Galaxy FC signs Kilifa

GALAXY Football Club (FC) of Vanuatu has signed the country’s former national football player, Moffat Kilifa to boost their campaign in the premier championship league in Vanuatu. According to Galaxy FC report the Team Management has welcomed the arrival of Kilifa in Vanuatu this week. The Galaxy FC Management welcomes their new import Kilifa to…

Para workshop sets to roll

THE Solomon Islands National Paralympic Committee (SINPC) is organizing a three-day Agitos Workshop and Athletics coaching course for parents of para-athletes, coaches and medical personnel. The course will start 9am today, ending January 25. It will be held at the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) conference room. Christopher Nunn, Project Coordinator of the Oceania Paralympic…

WAITA PLEASED WITH NEW KIDS

U16 squad resumes training By CARLOS ARUAFU NATIONAL under-17 head coach Stanley Waita says he’s impressed with the performance of the newly selected players, the latest to join the training squad for the FIFA U17 World Cup in Poland this year. Waita had the chance to observe the players’ performances yesterday during their first training…

YOUNG EAGLES’ DEFENDER JOINS U17

  THE Junior Malaita Eagles left-back, Stanford Jacob Waleoi is the latest player the National Under-17 head coach, Stanley Waita and his coaching staff has drafted into the National U17 training squad in preparation for the FIFA World Cup in Peru.     Waleoi’s inclusion was confirmed to Star Sports on Monday after SIFF announced the first…

TEMOTU: IT’S NOT FAIR

Official decries SIFF decision By CARLOS ARUAFU AN official of the Temotu U16 has expressed disappointment at the cancelling of the Youth Solomon Cup tournament early this week. Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) aborted the tournament amidst security fears after a number of teams were penalized for fielding in over-aged players. John Aubo described the…

Central Island victory forfeited

Central Islands U-16 team 3-2 victory against Guadalcanal was forfeited for fielding in over aged player. This means Guadalcanal received free three points despite their defeat. This was confirmed by the Solomon Islands Football federation (SIFF) on Tuesday. The SIFF office has made it clear to all participating teams prior to the start of the…

Arrow leads group A

TEMOTU ARROWS U16 team is leading the group A of the Youth Solomon Cup currently underway at Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) Academy. The Arrows took the lead after defeating Isabel Frigates with an impressive 6-1 victory in their opening match, Tuesday. They took the lead 3-0 in the first half followed by another three…

Exciting football action

Solomon Islands Football Federation Academy was filled with exciting football action as eight provincial teams eyeing for the Youth Solomon Cup title on the day of the tournament on Tuesday. The first football action of the day was between Real Kakamora and the underdogs Renbel. The young Kakamora’s under the guidance of Coach Barnabas Loloito…