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HFA sets to launch soccer development for children

THE much awaited Pikinini Football Development Program has been set to kick off on the second week to November 2015 in Honiara.

Women’s football set for tomorrow

SOLOMON Islands Football Federation (SIFF) Women’s Football League will continue with their round two matches tomorrow at the SIFF Academy.

Prestigious honour for Papua New Guinea

PORT Moresby is fast becoming a regional sporting hub as the most highly anticipated tournament on the 2016 OFC calendar, the OFC Nations Cup, becomes the latest in a growing list of major events to be held in the Papua New Guinea capital.

Woodford share point with Epalle

Woodford International School men’s hockey team has again shared a point each with Bishop Epalle School yesterday in the eWorld High School Hockey match played at the Woodford sports field.

Exciting soccer actions today

MORE exciting Telekom S-League matches are set for football fans and supporters in Honiara with the competition entering round 11 battles starting at 2pm this afternoon at the Lawson Tama stadium.

Course for coaches here

The Honiara Football Association (HFA) alongside Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) will be organising Level 1 coaching for interested teachers in Honiara.

Why resign?

Dear Editor – Hooray! They did it again. I wish to take this opportunity to congratulate Bodo Dettke and Douglas Ete for topping the record of resigning from the government.


Dear Editor – He may be eligible but I am maintaining my worries about his suitability.

Motion of no confidence

Dear Editor – Please publish the following:

Experts meet on disaster resilience in the Pacific

NATIONAL Disaster Management officers from 15 Pacific Island countries gather in Fiji on Friday to review their successes and challenges in preparing for, responding to and recovering from disasters in the region, such as Cyclone Pam.