Body building corporate dinner set

The Solomon Islands National Bodybuilding Federation (SINBF) corporate dinner is set for this weekend. SINPF interim  president Dickson Kae said business houses and stakeholders in the country are kindly asked to support the corporate dinner to raise fund for their bodybuilders’ participation in next month’s regional bodybuilding championship set to be held in New Caledonia.…

NFs demand urgent NOCSI meeting

NATIONAL Sports Federations have demanded the National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) to convene an extra ordinary general meeting within 14 days starting on September 23rd 2019. According to a statement signed by the 14 federations, the meeting will be held to discuss alleged corruption charges against NOCSI officials. The federations call for NOCSI…

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Solympics up against NZ, Friday By CROFTON UTUKANA Solomon Islands national U-23 men’s football team will take on New Zealand tomorrow  in their final group A match of the OFC men’s qualifying tournament for Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Both Solomon Islands and New Zealand registered six points each after winning their first two matches. However, New…

Positive start for Eels, Laugu

HENDERSON EELS FC and new comers Laugu FC made positive start to their Telekom S-League (TEL) campaign after notching their first win in their opening matches at the Lawson Tama Stadium on Sunday. Eels caused the first upset for KOSSA FC with a 3-0 win while Laugu eased their way past FC Guadalcanal with a 3-1…

Bilikiki coach hopeful

Bilikiki coach Gideon Omokirio hopes Solomon Islands will compete against the World’s best at the World Beach Games in Qatar next month.  Omokirio uttered this on Wednesday after naming his final 12-men traveling.  The former Solomon Islands international named four new players in the team alongside eight core players from the recent OFC Beach Soccer Nations…

Self defense training to continue

Yun’s Taekwondo Academy will carry on from where the World Martial Arts Champions Master John Gill has left following his one week tour to the country. During the the tour to Honiara he conducted self defense seminar for total beginners. Yun’s instructor Joses Duddley said they are more than willing to teach self defense more…

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Mani wins ‘Most Valuable Player’ award By CARLOS ARUAFU The national U17 men’s football team captain Charles Mani has been awarded the ‘Most Valuable Player’ award at the New Zealand Secondary Schools Rex Dawkins tournament, Tuesday in Auckland, New Zealand.  Young Mani is very excited to win the award as this is his first award…

Fighters benefit from seminar

YUN’S Taekwondo athletes learned a lot from the World Martial Arts Champions Master John Gill from Australia who ran a series of advance self defense seminar for them for the last few days. Master Gill, a 19 times World Champions of Self Defense conducted the program for them since last week and is anticipated to…