Police presence at Lawson Tama

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has congratulated the football fans in Honiara and those who have travelled in from the provinces for their good behaviour during the first day of the OFC Champions League 2018 Group D playoffs last Saturday 24 February and calls for the same behaviour for the rest of the…

Marist calls for back-up support

Marist FC head coach Jerry Allan who had been overwhelmed by the level of support local football fans and supporters had rendered to him during their first match over the weekend has repeat the call for same support in their second match set for this afternoon. Marist coach Jerry Allen thanks the home support from…

GAMES SUPPORT HAILED

Govt’s strong commitment to deliver 2023 Games lauded THE Pacific Games Council (PGC) has commended the Government for its strong commitment in ensuring Solomon Islands delivers the Pacific Games in 2023. A statement from the Prime Minister Press Secretariat said, Pacific Games Council President Vidhya Lakhan and his CEO Andrew Minoque highlighted this when they…

Tutizama scores in debut

SOLOMON Islands international Tutizama Tanito gets off the mark as he scored in his OFC Champions League debut for Lae City Dwellers last Saturday in Port Vila, Vanuatu. Tutizama managed to put his name on the score sheet as Lae City Dwellers thrashed Tupapa Maraerenga 7-2 in the opening match of the OFC Champions League…

Warriors final lineup

THE Telekom S-League Champions Football club Solomon Warriors FC has released the names of players set to represent the in Tahiti for the OFC Champions League 2018. A total of 17 players were revealed by the head coach Moses Toata. The final squad comprised of promising national players with the likes of Jerry Donga, Harddis…

Koriak set to return

Marist FC’s PNG import player, Koriak Upaiga will return to rejoin the team next week. This was confirmed on Wednesday by the Marist Communication officer following questions from the public whether Koriak will be with the team for the Oceania Champions League. Many Marist fans have also flooded the social media Facebook to question his…

RUGBY DREAM

Fijian strives for rugby success  By SIMON ABANA RECENTLY appointed rugby coach Ilivasi Tabua has taken on a challenge in helping Solomon Islands reach its full potential. The Fijian-born Australian former international was officially appointed last month by the Solomon Islands Rugby Federation (SIRUF) to lead the national U-18 national 7s team in the Olympic…

Micah eager to retain title

CURRENTLY playing in his best form, Solomon Islands New Zealand based, Micah Lea’alafa is eager to help Auckland City retain the OFC Champions League crown. Lea’alafa who won the ‘Best Player of the Tournament’ at the 2016 OFC Champions League told Star Sports he’s determined to help his team retain the title. “I just love…

Tennis stars adapting

SOLOMON Islands tennis female tennis duo Georjemah Row and Vinda Teally are slowly adapting to life in the United States of America. The duo left early this year to the US on a three-year scholarship to study and train at the New Mexico Military Institute. Speaking from New Mexico on Tuesday, Georjemah Row told Star…

U19 squad out tomorrow

THE national Under-19 football team training squad is yet to be officially named by the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) after a list was leaked online over the weekend. An unofficial list of 41 players was published online via ‘Solomon Islands Soccer’ page last Saturday. Speaking to Star Sports on Tuesday, SIFF president, William Lai…