Sports

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Royals are in 3rd place after the conclusion of Round 1.

RSIPF Royals Placed 3rd in Women's Soccer League

Defending Solrais Women’s Premier League Champions (SWPL), the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Royals are in 3rd place after the conclusion of Round 1.
With support from the Australian Government’s PacificAus Sports programme, Pacific teams and athletes will be able to train and compete in qualification events, giving them the greatest opportunity to realise their Olympic and Paralympic dreams.

Australia’s Olympics Lifeline to Pacific Nations

The Morrison Government and the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) are working in partnership to support over 170 Olympic and Paralympic athletes from eleven Pacific nations to prepare for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Carlos Aruafa covering a TSL match at Lawson Tama stadium.

Sports Journos Congratulates Sports Journalist as Recipient of PM’s Scholarship Award

The Sports Journalists Association of Solomon Islands (SJASI) welcomes the announcement of the Prime Minister’s Media Scholarship Award for 2021.
Prime Minister Sogavare said despite the impacts of the pandemic, work has progressed.

PM Gives Update on PG 2023 Games Facilities

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says a lot of progress has been made in the planning and construction of the 2023 Pacific Games facilities despite the impacts of COVID-19.
“Our journey to achieve at least 40 Gold Medals in 2023 start here,” the Prime Minister said.

Sports Facility is Key Legacy for 2023 Games: PM

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has visited the Solomon Islands Institute of Sports (SIIS) to witness first-hand, the progress on the work of the first-ever dedicated investment to Sports Development in Solomon Islands.