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…

Laucala thrashes ANZ

LOCAL students studying in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) was narrowly beaten 4 -3 by USP Laucala 1 side in an impressive showdown at the SIFF academy field, Tuesday. It was an electrifying match as both teams battled it out to grab themselves a point in their first match. However, it was USP Laucala 1…

U17 team moves into camp

The Solomon Islands national U17 men’s football team is in camp ahead of their participation for the Oceania U17 Championship. A total of 27 players have moved into camp as of Monday at the SIFF Academy. These players were part of the 30 men training squad recently announced by SIFF. Initially there were 100 players…

Club demands answers

Western United football (WUFC) has demanded clarification whether they received free three points against Koloale or the game has being postponed for a later date. This follows the cancellation of the match between Western United and Koloale on Sunday. The match was called off due to the non-payment of the Koloale club registration fee. In…

Tough race

Naka maintains golden boot race The race for the golden boot title gets tough as Telekom S-league nears the end of the season. Western United FC’s striker, James Naka maintains the lead with 19 goals scored from 14 matches played. He is closely chased by Solomon Warriors FC Dennis Ifunaoa with 15 goals, Atkin Kaua…

Call to support teams

ALL local university students have been urged to turn up at the games venues to support their teams competing in the 2016 Inter-tertiary games in Honiara. USP Laucala Sport Chair and Coach Paul Baekalia made the call on Monday. He said, it is important that students must turn up or come along at the games…

First win for SINU 1

…USP SI 1 & Emalus 1 draws all THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) team 1 has registered their first 3 points following their first win at the SIFF Academy field, Monday afternoon. SINU side denied the University of the South Pacific Solomon Islands (USP SI) team 3 in the 2016 inter-tertiary soccer competitions that…

TOATA HOPEFUL

Let’s support the boys, says coach THE national men’s football interim head coach Mosses Toata is expecting a tough return match against Tahiti tomorrow but is confident to register their first three points. Toata uttered this to Star Sports in an interview on Friday. “I’m expecting a very strong match against Tahiti, but I’m quite…