United to the final

WESTERN United FC has secured a spot for the grand finals of the Telekom S-league (TSL) Championship. This follows their 3-0 win over KOSSA FC yesterday at the Lawson Tama Stadium. A brace by Junior Henry Fa’arodo and goal by Gagame Feni sealed the win for United for the grand final spot. KOSSA did put…

Technical meeting for boxing

The President of the Honiara Amateur Boxing Association (HABA) John Firifote is calling on all technical officials who usually officiated in their fortnightly bouts to attend a meeting at the Ministry of Home Affairs during lunch hour today. Firifote urged the technical officials to be at the Ministry of Home Affairs Conference Room by 11:30…

MFA stages congress

THE Malaita Football Association (MFA) annual congress has ended in Auki last Friday at the Mala motel conference room, Malaita province. Speaking during the closing of the congress MFA president Eddie Omokirio thanked all the participants for their time and effort during the past two days. He said, all the member associations have presented positive…

Triathletes to get top training

Four of Solomons Islands best triathletes have traveled to Australia to compete and train with the region’s best. Boris Teddy, JadNalo, Rocky Donald and AndrianaTukuvia were selected from athletes across the region to participate in a 12 month program as members of the Oceania Triathlon Union “Team OTU”, involving support for training and competition for…

Gagame signs with Hekari

Western United FC’s striker Gagame Feni will be playing alongside fellow Solomon Islands player Tutizama Tanito for Hekari FC of Papua New Guinea (PNG) for the upcoming Oceania Club Championship. He is expected to join the club sometimes this month. His inclusion in the Hekari line-up will certainly be a boost to their campaign as…

Kurukuru $5k richer

Members of the Kurukuru team has received an additional $5000 each payment reward for their recent victory in the Oceania Futsal Championship. This time it came from the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA), one of the main sponsors. This is apart from government’s $10, 000 per head. SIPA handed over $5000 cash to Kurukuru players…

U19 youth league kicks off

Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) on Tuesday launched its U19 youth league in Honiara. The official opening was marked with a colourful parade from nine of the 10 teams that will take part in the competition at the Lawson Tama Stadium. Speaking at the Official launching ceremony, SIFF’s Vice President Edward Omokirio highlighted four important…