Mona to defend title

OUR Men’s Sport Physique Mr Solomon, Moffat Mona is optimistic to take one further step up in the upcoming 25th South Pacific Bodybuilding Championships set to be held in New Caledonia this weekend. Mona retained his title as Men’s Sport Physique Mr Solomon for the second time during the Solomon Islands National Body Building Federation…

Assault mission fail 

Mother applies self defense skills and saved a life By CROFTON UTUKANA A mother of two kids and student of the Yun’s Taekwondo Academy of Solomon Islands (YTASI) have rightly utilized the self defense knowledge and skills she learned. The 32 year old mother who wish to remain anonymous for various reasons recently joined YTASI…

HHH SPOL 7s CHAMP

HENDERSON HAMMERHEADS (HHH) is the 2019 SPOL rugby 7s champions after defeating Islanders 39-7 at the Town Ground rugby stadium on Saturday. Hammerheads made an impressive undefeated run throughout the tournament to claim this year’s SPOL 7s trophy. They kicked off the grand final campaign with a comfortable 21-7 lead in the first half before…

Eels maintain top spot

Henderson Eels FC has maintained the top spot of the Telekom S-league (TSL) competition with 18 points. Eels defeated Real Kakamora FC 2-0 at the Lawson Tama Stadium, Saturday. Eels continued their winning streak and yesterday’s win makes their sixth consecutive win for this season. It was a tough match, not quite the result what…

U17 VISITS PMO

The Solomon Islands National U-17 men’s team has paid a special visit to Prime Minister Office (PMO) on Thursday. Head coach Stanley Waita and his team management led the boys for the courtesy visit. “Our boys paid a special visit to the Solomon Islands Government’s Prime Minister Office in Honiara today (yesterday),” a statement from…

Fujiyama told to step down

National Sports Federations (NSF) have demanded Naoyuki Fujiyama to step down from the post as the Chair of finance commission of National Olympic Committee Solomon Islands (NOCSI). In letter cited by Star Sports on Tuesday, the federations wrote to the Japanese Embassy demanding Fujiyama to step down, claiming he has breached the NOCSI Constitution as…

Weightlifting program called off

THE Weightlifting Oceania Talent Identification Program (OTIP) scheduled to start on Tuesday was canceled due to the heavy downpour experienced in Honiara recently. According to the supervisor, the country’s top female weightlifter Jenly Wini Tegu the program should start on Tuesday but had to be canceled. She said they will start tomorrow at White River community high…