Junior Fordney scored the opener as Central Coast FC beat Lae City FC 3-2 at the OFC Champions League 2022.

Central Coast FC Through to Semi-finals, Defeating Lae City FC 3-2

Central Coast FC of the Solomon Islands are through to the semi-finals of the OFC Champions League 2022 for the first time after edging a five-goal thriller over Papua New Guinea’s Lae City FC at Ngahue Reserve in Auckland.
Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare and Australia's Pacific Minister Pat Conroy at the Sports Institute shortly after making the announcement.

Australia to Support Pacific Games 2023 With SBD$100M

The Australian Government will donate more than $A16.5 million, or nearly $SBD100 million, for the Pacific Games.
But even as the race winners were celebrating, Siosi, who was lapped once by the medal winners, went on with his race, completing more than two laps.

Crowd Cheers on Rosefelo at the Commonwealth Games Despite Finishing Last

On Saturday, the packed Alexander Stadium here cheered Rosefelo Siosi of the Solomon Islands at the Commonwealth Games as he completed the Men’s 5000m race in 17 minutes 28.93s seconds, more than four minutes after Uganda’s Jacob Kiplimo won the gold medal.
The Central Coast forward made a mockery of the height advantage of his markers, heading home from a corner to send the raucous Central Coast fans in attendance into rapture.

Central Coast Fights Back Beating Galaxy FC 3-1

Solomon Islands representatives Central Coast FC have fought back from a goal down to pick up a 3-1 OFC Champions League 2022 win over Vanuatu’s Galaxy FC at an overcast Ngahue Reserve in Auckland, New Zealand.
President William Lai and Solrais Country Manager James Bradley. Looking on is  SIFF CEO Leonard Paia.

SBD$100,000 Sponsorship Deal Sealed: Solrais Continues Support for Women’s Premier League

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) and Solrais signed a new contract worth SBD$100,000 for the sponsorship of the Solrais Women's Premier League 2022 season.