SIFF to improve competitions

THE Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) has announced that they will step up the level of their organized competitions. Competitions Department Manager, Gerald Oiaka last week revealed there are areas that need to be strengthened in order for competitions to be more competitive. Areas highlighted are coaching License and referee qualification, club administration and sports…

SIFF seeks for competition coordinators

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) Competitions Department is looking to recruit coordinators for the Telekom S-League (TSL), U-19 TSL, and Solaris Women’s Premier League 2022 season. The roles required someone who has experience working in football or a sporting organization. He/she will report to the Competitions Director of the general management of the competition.…

Wini medal hopeful

SOLOMON Islands national female weightlifter, Jenly Wini Tegu is confident to win a medal for the country in the upcoming Pacific Mini Games in the Northern Marianas. Wini said preparations have been going well for her and she is very confident to achieve her goal. “I am confident to win a medal at the Pacific…

Bad boy turns a star

HE is one of the lads despised by villagers because of his daily involvement in anti-social behaviour, the illegal brewing of kwaso, drunkenness, burglary and disturbances within his village. This lad also has scars on his body as proof of his once “rambo-style” nature. He is 18-year-old Leeroy Alulu. In his village at Loina, North…

145K sponsorship for HRUA league

THE Honiara Rugby Union Association (HRUA) has signed a new sponsorship agreement of $145K with the Solrice Company yesterday. The sponsorship will cater for the prize awards for the winners of the Solrice Grand Premier Rugby Competition 2022. This is part of the continuous support from Solrice. The Solrice Grand Premier Rugby Competition is proposed…