Special orientation for late students

A SPECIAL orientation session was held yesterday at USP Laucala campus for Solomon Islands’ first year students who arrived late. The orientation was organised by USP Campus Life and Students Learning Service (SLS). A final year student, John Harry, who attended the special orientation, told the Solomon Star the session helped the first year students…

Salary delay claim dismissed

A FORMER Malaita Provincial Assembly Member has refute claims by Malaita provincial secretary Jackson Gege that the delay in salary payments to provincial employees was a result of a huge debt created by the former provincial government. The former member of East Are’are Ward 19 Slade Abae said blaming the former provincial government for incurring…

Marist futsal jets out

Marist Futsal club departed yesterday to participate at the JF International futsal championship in Australia. The team comprised of 13 players, three team officials and is led by coach Jerry Sam. According to head coach, Juliano Schmeling the team has been preparing well and aims for a good run in this competition. Schmeling did not…

United earns Oceania spot

Marist seals 2016 TSL title Former Telekom S-league champion, Western United football club (FC) has secured a place in the upcoming Oceania Champions League following their three-all draw (3-3) with KOSSA FC at the Lawson Tama Stadium, Tuesday.KOSSA did made a good start in yesterday’s game taking the lead, a goal by Charlie Otainao. United…

Dukwasi prepares for games

Dukwasi community in Central Kwara’ae, Malaita province is set to celebrate this Christmas with sporting activities. The community is already gearing up for the event and all community members are expected to compete in various sporting activities. The event will kick off on Sunday 25th of December 2016. Sports activities planned for the event included…

Ifunaoa leads golden boot race

The race for the golden boot title experienced a sudden twist in ranks following Solomon Warriors FC goal galore against West Honiara on Wednesday. Warriors striker, Dennis Ifunaoa replaced Western United FC’s striker, James Naka to take the lead with 25 goals. Ifunaoa with the support of team mates scored 10 goals in yesterday’s match…

Inter-tertiary soccer into quarter

THE 2016 inter-tertiary soccer competition enters its quarter final playoffs, Thursday. This was after other pool final matches were played on Wednesday except for the final pool match between SINU 1 and Alafua. This match will be played today at 9am before the quarter final matches set off. Wednesday’s games were proven tough as team’s…

WARRIORS IN CONTROL

The Telekom S-league defending champions, Solomon Warriors moved back to the top of the TSL table following their 13-3 win against West Honiara FC at the Lawson Tama Stadium yesterday. Warriors now has 32 points followed by Western United FC on second place with 31 points and Marist FC on third place with 29 points.…

Taekwondo hails support

Head of the Solomon Islands Taekwondo team that went to Fiji late last month has thanked the DCC government and National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOSCI) for making their trip possible. John Alick said his executive were very honoured and would like to thank the DCCG government and NOCSI for their great support. “The…

Shark’s historical win

The Solomon Islands Sharks won their fourth match against Tonga on Tuesday at the AFL U15 Oceania Cup since 2012. This came after they lost their first three matches against Fiji, Tonga and Nauru on Monday – the opening day. Reports reaching Star Sports said, the under 15 national team 1.3 (9 points) defeated Tongan…