Sports Archive November 2009

Ze Maria of Portugal sees off a challenge froim Gibson Hosea of the Solomon Islands.

Portugal Beats Our Bilikiki

With all to play for in Group A, Portugal and Solomon Islands were ready to do battle on the beach, each having suffered disappointing group-stage losses the previous day.
Veteran player Batram Suri controlling the game up front against a very determined Makira Ulawa side.

Solomon Cup Updates

One could be forgiven for thinking that Honiara would have an easy game against Isabel but the 0 - 0 score line at the end of the match showed just how far provincial teams have developed in the recent past.
Rami Al Mesaabi of UAE holds off Hickly Rence (L) and Franco Nee of the Solomon Islands during the Group C FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup match between Solomon Islands and UAE.

UAE Defeats SI 7-1

After a dream start to the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup in Dubai the Solomon Islands succumbed to a hugely determined United Arab Emirates side going down 7-1.

MASI Calls on SIFF to Appreciate Role of Media

The Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) today calls on the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) to appreciate the role of media the country.
Dr Sikua hailed the assistance saying it reveals Taiwan's commitment to its relationship with Solomon Islands.

Taiwan Donates SB$27 Million for MPs Complex

The Republic of China (Taiwan) has donated SB$27 million today for the construction of a new Office Complex for Members of Parliament.

Solomon Cup Scheduled for November 16th 2009

The Solomon Cup tournament is now confirmed to kick off from the 16 to 30 November in Honiara.

Marist FC Takes on Tafea FC of Vanuatu

Marist have a chance to redeem themselves on Saturday with a second straight home match at Lawson Tama Stadium, this time against Vanuatu club champions Tafea FC.