Living a dream

Suva (Fiji Times) – A DREAM that was born one year ago has materialised for Suva-based boxer Winston Hill after he was selected as a late inclusion to Team Fiji’s 2016 Rio Olympic Games campaign. It has been 18 years since a boxer represented Fiji at the Olympic Games. Hill is only the sixth athlete…

Top golfers arrive for Samoa Open

APIA, (SAMOA OBSERVER) – The biggest professional golf event in Samoa was officially launched in Apia, at the Royal Samoa Country Club, Fagali’i. During the next few days, nearly 60 P.G.A professionals from Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, U.S.A and Samoa will go head to head for the S.I.F.A Samoa Open and S.I.F.A Samoa Senior Open.…

Fijians set the pace

SUVA,  ( FIJI TIMES) – The big scorelines dished out by Fijian teams in the start of the FIH World Hockey League Round One were the results of different standard of facilities around the region. The Fiji men’s team beat Tonga 8 – 2 in the first match, Papua New Guinea 4 – 2 and…

New format for OFC champ

OFC: A new and expanded format that will take Oceania’s premier international club competition across the Pacific is on the cards for the 2017 OFC Champions League. For the past two years the competition has been hosted in a single venue but that is set to change in 2017 after the OFC Executive Committee approved…

Powerful start for Fiji in hockey

Suva (Fiji Times) – THE Fiji men’s and women’s teams had a powerful start in the FIH World League Round One at the National Hockey Centre, Laucala Bay, Suva. The Fiji men’s team thrashed Tonga in the first match 7-2 while Fiji women’s team scored eight goals against Solomon Islands to lead 8-0 at the…

PNGFA urged to follow process

PORT MORESBY, (THE NATIONAL) – The Papua New Guinea Football Association has been urged to follow proper process and procedure after its suspension of Lae Football Association executives Roy Kamen and Stanley Khanna. John Kapi Natto, a nominee for the PNGFA’s president’s post, says there are processes to deal with such internal matters instead of…

Fiji held 1-1 against Malaysia

NADI, (FIJI TIMES) – Wellington Phoenix striker Roy Krishna rifled in a second half screamer to earn the Vofadone Fiji team 1-all draw in an international friendlily against Malaysia at Prince Charles Park in Nadi Sunday. Krishna who was heavily marked by the Malaysians in the fixture powered in the right footer in the 71st…