MARIST FC coach Jerry Allen insists the quarter-finals draw for the OFC Champions League sets a good pathway for his team in the Oceania international premier club competition.
Football fans and supporters in the country are hopeful for the return of the Oceania Champions League action.
THE Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation (SIRUF) is urging local rugby clubs to look for opportunities abroad in developing their players.
Marist to take on Nalkutan and Warriors set for Auckland City
THE Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation (SIRUF) has named the final squad that will travel to Fiji to compete in the upcoming Soltuna 7s and Maris 7s in Fiji.
Should there be someone that the Shortland Islands soccer fanatics’ can be proud of, this must be 31- year-old Gabriel Kaveri.
Marist FC coach Jerry Allen says the next stage of the Oceania Champions League will be tough but they are ready to take on the challenge.
The Tip Off Basketball Challenge will continue today at the Multipurpose Hall with the final group matches and the final playoffs.
The Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation (SIRUF) Technical team has named the final 12 for the national team to compete in the Oceania Rugby Olympic Qualifiers in Sydney, Australia, on the April 20th and 21st.
It is great feeling being here in the Solomon Islands, stated Joan Christ, captain of New Caledonia’s AS Magenta that took part in the OFC Champions Group D that ended in Honiara, Friday.
MARIST FC kept their quarter-finals hopes alive after another share of the spoils with AS Magenta on Match day two of the OFC Champions League Group D in Honiara on Tuesday.
FOOTBALL fans and supporters are in for more football action today as Group D of the Oceania Champions League resume matches today.
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