Sports Archive January 2009

Workers on Rugby Stadium to Go On Strike

Workers building the new rugby stadium at Town Ground will go on strike.

Rain Disrupts SIFF Under 16 Trials

The SIFF Under 16 trial matches schedule to start this afternoon at the SIFF Academy has had to be cancelled because of heavy rain.

SIFF Heads Attends Noumea Seminar

Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) General Secretary, Eddie Ngava, and Finance Officer, Goddfrey Manehioha, are in Noumea, New Caledonia attending the Financial Assistance Programme (FAP), and 'Win in Oceania' seminar.

SIRUF Conducts Coaching/Refereeing Workshop in Renbel

The President of Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation (SIRUF) and Development were in Rennell-Bellona Province for a two weeks tour to meet with the rugby association in the province.

International Trainer for Local Wrestlers

The Solomon Islands Amateur Wrestling Association will have a new trainer come next month.

Solomons Wrestling Team in Doubt for Samoa Games

Solomon Islands' participation in the upcoming Oceania in Samoa next month is in doubt.

New Office Bearers for Wrestling Association

The Solomon Islands Amateur Wrestling Association elected new office bearers after having their Annual General Meeting [AGM] yesterday.

Beach Soccer Back in Action Soon

Solomon Islands looks forward to more beach soccer action as the league resumes end of this month.

NRL Selection a Big Achievement

Securing a spot in the National Rugby League (NRL) in Australia is a tough shot for a young Solomon Islander who looks forward to a busy year ahead of him.

Another Win for Solomons Under-14 Futsal Team

The Solomon Islands Under-14 futsal team claims another win in their second match.

Solomons Under 14 Wins First Match

Solomon Islands' Under-14 National Futsal team won their first match in Australia.

Hopes on Improved Training for Hale

Solomon Islands top goalkeeper for Bilikiki beach soccer team, Fred Hale, has makeshift on a better seasonal start with his PNG team Hekari Souths United.

Naka in the List for OFC Player of the Year Award

Solomon Islands' soccer sensation, James Naka, is making a name for himself.

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