Now that the Solomon Games is over, the DCCG Government with its line ministry responsible for sports should have a clear image to run the next Solomon Games without repeating their mistakes in the 2016 Solomon Games.
This was the very words a provincial contingent member to the recent Solomon Games uttered to Star Sports.
“Despite the ups and downs in the recent Solomon Games, those responsible to run the next Solomon Games should review their weaknesses and strengths to avoid repeating the their faults in next Solomon Games,’’ a concern official who wished to withheld his name told Star Sports.
The concerned official said, while we are in a process to host 2023 Games, its best for the responsible ministry to step up their enactments on how to run games more effectively and professionally.
“There are lots of things they need to improve on.’’
“I believe they will take note on them and also improve on them in the next Solomon Games,’’ said the official.
He urged all the responsible officers to also learn to accept their mistakes and move on.
“By doing so will help improve how we run sports games in the country,’’ he said.
He also called on all responsible officers tasked to organise our games to work together and avoid being bias in their decisions.
“With this few recommendation I believe we can move our country forward and better prepared to host 2023 games in Honiara.”
Renbel will host the 2018 games and in 2020 it returns to Honiara.
By CROFTON UTUKANA