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…

Lamupio returns to England

SOLOMON Islands young football player Clenty Lamupio has returned to England to continue with his scholarship with Star Football Academy. The young player left over the weekend and has teamed up with the rest of the three Solomon Islands players who are currently at the academy. Lamupio is a Royals Football Academy player who is…

Do or die 

Solympics take on Vanuatu in Semi By CROFTON UTUKANA Solomon Islands national U-23 men’s football team ultimate hope of reaching the grand final of the OFC Men’s Olympic Qualifier competition will be known today as they take on Vanuatu in the second semis set for Lautoka, Fiji this afternoon. Despite Vanuatu national side had an…

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…

Top spot race 

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…

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…