Warriors’ first win

DESPITE missing two of their key players, Telekom S-league (TSL) Champions Solomon Warriors FC managed to edge their way past Tahiti’s AS Tiare in the OFC Champions League group C’s opening clash in New Caledonia on Sunday. Following a goalless first half, Warriors broke the deadlock when Dennis Ifunaoa headed home the lone winning goal…

LAD EYES TOP SPOT

OUR lone para taekwondo athlete Solomon Jagiri will be heading to Australia today to compete for a spot at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. His coach, John Alick who will be accompanying Jagiri today confirmed this to Star Sports last night. “Jagiri will be attending the Oceania qualifiers for Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games set to…

Tennis star to Morocco 

SOLOMON Islands young female tennis player is part of the Oceania team that will participate in the International Tennis Federation (ITF) championship in Morocco. She is 15-year-old Zorika Morgan, one of Solomon Islands’ young tennis players studying and playing tennis at the Pacific Tennis Institute in Fiji. Morika has a ranking in Oceania and following…

Ragomo meets PM

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare was delighted to host National Futsal Star and team captain Elliot Ragomo at his office on Monday morning. Ragomo made a courtesy visit to the Office of the Prime Minister to meet and hold talks with Prime Minister Sogavare. “It is indeed an honour for me to be given the opportunity to…

TSL U19 resumes matches

THE U19 Telekom S-league matches have resumed matches over the weekend. Three matches were played to mark the resumption of the youth TSL competition. On Saturday, Solomon Warriors thrashed Isabel United 6-1 to open their Telekom S-League U-19 campaign for this year with a huge win. Dominated by former Solomon Islands U-17 national team players,…

Nawo saves the day 

JOSES Nawo saved Henderson Eels from bowing out in the group stage of the  OFC 2020 Champions League scoring the winning in the final minute of the match against Lautoka FC, Friday.  The Eddie Marahare coached side came from behind to win their final group match against Lautoka FC 3-2 to secure their quarter-final spot.…

Duo set for qualifiers

The Solomon Islands Amateur Boxing Association (SIABA) will send their two national boxers to Jordan to compete in the Oceania Asia Boxing qualifiers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. SIABA president Patrick Morris confirmed this to Star Sports, Thursday. “SIABA will send two national boxers to attend and participate in the Oceania Asia boxing qualifying…