Futsal is alive in Malaita 

Futsal is alive in Malaita Province despite the fact that the country is not organising a regular Futsal competition leagues for both men and women this year.  In the first quarter of this year, Malaita Football Association (MFA) with the help of Futsal lovers in Auki teamed up and organized a Men’s Futsal League commonly…

Olympic duo departs

TWO of the three athletes who will be representing the country at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in Japan jetted out of the country on Monday. The two athletes are; Sharon Firisua who will compete in the track and field athletics events and Mary Kini Lifu for Weightlifting. The athletes are being accompanied by team…

Weightlifting, Rugby 7s competition ends

WEIGHTLIFTING and Rugby 7s have completed their respective competitions for the National Secondary School Games (NSSG) on Friday. For weightlifting, 24 student athletes were awarded medals for the eight weight categories they competed in. The medal presentation was supported with the presence of the Attorney General , John Muria Jr, SSPM Albert Kabui, NOCSI president…

PM OPENS NSSG

THE National Secondary School Games (NSSG) was officially opened by the Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare at Lawson Tama, Monday. The opening ceremony was marked with all school teams parading from the Honiara City Council (HCC) to Lawson Tama. Hundreds of the thousands of student athletes from the 39 participating secondary schools attended the ceremony. In…

School Games begin Tuesday

  THE National Secondary School Games will kick off their respective sports tournaments starting today. Six sports will start their tournaments namely Netball, Athletics, Taekwondo, Volleyball, Basketball, Beach Volleyball. Netball and Basketball will be played at the SMI Courts starting at 9am. Volleyball will be played at the Justice Precinct close to the High Court…

Waneagu back at the top

WANEAGU FC secured the top spot of the Telekom S-league after edging defending champions Henderson Eels FC 2-1 at Lawson Tama, Sunday. It was an exciting match which saw the Lawson Tama stadium packed with spectators. Waneagu’s win means they led with 10 points and a goal difference of six while Central Coast is back…

U16 S’ Cup showdown today

THE much waited U16 Solomon Cup tournament will kick off at the DC Park, Saturday. Day one of the competition will feature four matches, two from each pool. Pool A will host Guadalcanal and Choiseul at 10am followed by Temotu and Makira Ulawa at 12noon. Pool B will see Western Province take on host Honiara…

EAGLES U16 IN TOWN

THE Malaita Eagles Under -16 soccer team have safely arrived in Honiara from Auki yesterday, to compete in the under 16 Solomon Cup. The tournament is set to kick off tomorrow.  The team which comprises of students from schools in rural parts of the province have spent months of training and preparedness for the competition.…

Tenaru to compete in seven NSSG sports 

ST Joseph’s Tenaru Secondary School will participate in seven sports in the upcoming National Secondary School Games (NSSG) next week. Tenaru School Principal, Abraham Hihiru confirmed they will take part in athletics for track and field, basketball, hockey, netball, rugby 7s, table tennis and volleyball.  “St Joseph’s Catholic Secondary School will be taking part in…