Sports Archive January 2010

"Time is no luxury in this instance and we need to achieve a lot within the next 2 months," Ms. Justus said.

National U-17 Women Step Up Training for OFC Championship

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) National U-17 Women's Training Squad has stepped up its training this week in a bid to boost the team's preparation for the upcoming Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) U-17 Women's Championship in April.
As repair work gets underway ministry officials say the cost could potentially run into millions of dollars.

Landowner Seeks $30,000 Compo

A landowner in West Guadalcanal is asking the government to pay $30,000 dollars in compensation for damages to property.
National U-17 Women's Squad Called to Training

National U-17 Women's Squad Called to Training

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) Women's Development Officer has called on the National U-17 Select Squad to attend their bi-weekly training sessions starting this Thursday 21st January.

LEARN & Play Wins Opener against Vanuatu North

The young SIFF LEARN & play Team opened their campaign in the Vanuatu TVL International Tournament with a 4 - 1 victory over the Vanuatu North team on Saturday at the Port Vila Stadium. It was a good start from a side who were worried about their lack of international exposure going into the tournament.

HFA League to Resume

The Honiara Football Association, HFA, 2009 DJ League will resume on Saturday 23 January 2010.
2011 SP Games Team Starts Preparations

2011 SP Games Team Starts Preparations

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) through its Media Office has announced that preliminary preparations for the Men and Women's National Teams to participate in the 2011 South Pacific Games are starting this month.
Lesley Ngiumona, captain of Sipa FC, lifting the winner's trophy.

Sipa Wins Soccer, Suvania wins Netball

The Sipa United sports club, hosts of the 2009 Christmas "Bridging the Divide" Tournament, has won the soccer event with the Suvania netball club walking away with the netball prize.
Gizo town in the Western Solomon Islands.

Two Earthquakes Hits Western Solomons

Two earthquakes, one a magnitude 7.2 quake, struck near the Western Solomon Islands, the U.S. Geological Survey said today, but there were no immediate reports of injury or damage.