Editor - Solomon Star News


Celebrating our Sporting Culture

Like most Australians, I love sport.  In the small town where I grew up, sport was at the centre of community life.  As a child, I played sport all year round: Australian Rules football, cricket, tennis, basketball, golf.  And when I wasn’t playing sport, my friends I were watching it, talking about it, going for a run or kicking a ball around.

Warriors a step closer to victory

THE Solomon Warriors FC team edges closer to claiming Melanesian Super Cup title for the second in a row following their 1-0 win against home rivals Western United FC on Thursday.

Hockey league kick off

The first ever hockey league to be organized in the Solomon Islands will kick off this weekend.

HFA school comp into final eight

The Honiara Football Association (HFA) high school league has ended all group matches and is into the quarter finals following two months of pool matches.

Rugby 7s trials set for Saturday, 10th Oct

The Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation (SIRUF) had last week rescheduled its proposed trials for this Saturday 10th of September with trial matches set to go ahead at 2:00pm at Panatina field on Saturday.

Credit Corporation glad to support rugby

Credit Corporation (SI) Ltd Managing Director Tony Langston has expressed excitement with the success of the Credit Corporation High School Rugby competition recently concluded in Honiara.

U14 futsal players’ trial today

Solomon Islands Sports Coalition (SISC) calls on interested U14 players recently participated in the Bulk Shop Futsal League to attend trial matches at the SMI court 2pm today.

New Zealand qualify with a match to spare

OFC: New Zealand secured qualification to the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup on Match Day 4 without even taking the field, as Samoa recorded a late 3-3 draw against Vanuatu and New Caledonia beat Tonga 3-2.

Fiji PM praises Flying Fijian coaches

MILTON KEYNES, ( FIJI TIMES/ DINFO) --Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has praised the Flying Fijians coaching panel for their efforts at the Rugby World Cup.

[email protected] enterprise

Dear Editor - Your story in yesterday’s edition of the Solomon Star once more highlighted the encouraging work of [email protected] and focused on the achievement of Mary Osiabu from Choiseul who, after completing the ‘Young Entrepreneurs Program conducted by the aid organization, was able to set up her own business in making and selling doormats.