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  • 26
  • Sep

The Solomon Island Basketball Federation (SIBF) along with Solomon Basketball and Passion Events is organizing a 3x3-basketball championship series slated for this month and in October.

  • 23
  • Sep

Both Solomon Islands and New Zealand have produced dominant performances to get their  OFC Men’s Olympic Qualifying campaigns off to a flying start in Fiji.

  • 16
  • Sep

HENDERSON EELS FC and new comers Laugu FC made positive start to their Telekom S-League (TEL) campaign after notching their first win in their opening matches at the Lawson Tama Stadium on Sunday.

  • 12
  • Sep

Bilikiki coach Gideon Omokirio hopes Solomon Islands will compete against the World’s best at the World Beach Games in Qatar next month. 

  • 12
  • Sep

Yun’s Taekwondo Academy will carry on from where the World Martial Arts Champions Master John Gill has left following his one week tour to the country.

  • 11
  • Sep

Mani wins ‘Most Valuable Player’ award

  • 11
  • Sep



YUN’S Taekwondo athletes learned a lot from the World Martial Arts Champions Master John Gill from Australia who ran a series of advance self defense seminar for them for the last few days.

  • 04
  • Sep

The country’s national men’s futsal team Solomon Kurukuru is appealing to all its supporters and fans to pledge and support them in their preparations towards the OFC world cup qualifiers next month. 

  • 21
  • Aug

 

Mr. Solomon Islands' Physique model Moffat Mona is ready to defend his title in the upcoming body building championship scheduled for next month.

  • 16
  • Aug

THE coach for the Australian Westfield Junior Matildas Rae Dowaer has thanked the supporters who came out yesterday to support the two teams in Thursday's international friendly match at the Lawson Tama Stadium.

  • 15
  • Aug



COACH BATRAM SAYS FINAL SELECTION TOUGH

  • 17
  • Jul


THEY improved on their last result, but the Solomon Islands netball team have been beaten heavily again.

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