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Solomon Islands and New Zealand Take Charge in Group A

Solomon Islands and New Zealand Take Charge in Group A

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.
FIFA Court of Arbitration Rules in Favour of SIFF U17 Case

FIFA Court of Arbitration Rules in Favour of SIFF U17 Case

The Court of Arbitration (COA) has ruled in favour of the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) regarding the U17 squads participation at the upcoming U17 World Cup.
As an activity – and like much of the world – archery is very much a part of the people of the Solomon Islands as Traditional bows are still used for hunting and the bow and arrow has long been a cornerstone of food collection.

Archery in Schools Launched

The Solomon Islands will host the Pacific Games in 2023 and it’s a large responsibility for a national federation that only returned as a World Archery member federation two years ago in 2017.
“As a coach, I have high hopes we will compete with the best Beach Soccer teams at the World Beach Games,” he said.

Bilikiki Coach Omokirio Hopeful

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

Solomon Islands Beats Nauru 61-7

After losing a nail-biting encounter to Niue, Solomon Islands rebounded in spectacular fashion as they demolished and held Nauru to a single converted try.