Sports Archive May 2011

Hundreds more are expected to line the streets as they parade through town with the winning trophy.

Kurukuru to Return Home to Heores Welcome!

Solomon Islands much loved Kurukuru Futsal Team will return home today to a heroes welcome. Hundreds have made the trip to Henderson Intentional Airport to greet these young brave hearts. Hundreds more are expected to line the streets as they parade through town with the winning trophy.
Clinical finisher Jack Whetney.

Kurukuru Humbles Vanuatu 13-1

The Kurukuru have booked a meeting with Tahiti in the grand final of the OFC Futsal Championship after sweeping aside Vanuatu 13-1 in the second semi-final this evening.
Kurukuru will now go on to meet Vanuatu in what is expected to be a thriller.

Solomon Islands Beats Tuvalu 16-0

The Kurukuru have sent a warning to their semi-final rivals with a clinical dismantling of underdogs Tuvalu in the final match of Group B at the OFC Futsal Championship.
The result means the Solomon Islands have now qualified for the next stage.

Kurukuru Claims Hard Fought Victory over Tahiti

The Kurukuru have joined Vanuatu in making it through to the semi-finals of the OFC Futsal Championship after eventually edging out a determined Tahiti outfit 1-0.
Solomon Islands' Coach, Dickson Kadau, was delighted with how his boys played, and was full of praise for their composure.

Kurukuru Beats New Caledonia 13-5

Solomon Islands Kurukuru has sounded the alarm at the start of the 2011 Oceanic Football Confederation (OFC) Futsal Championship at the Vodafone Arena in Suva, Fiji, beating New Caledonia 13-5.

GP Premier Says No To Extension of Town Boundaries

Guadalcanal Province Premier Anthony Veke says his government will not accept any proposal to extend town boundaries of Honiara without the consent of its people.
Prime Minister, Hon. Danny Philip and ROC Ambassador, Roy Wu, at the Handover of National Parliament Office Complex solar project.

Taiwan Funds Parliament Solar Project

The Government of the Republic China has formally handed over funds totaling SB$1.85 million (US$234,000) towards the Solomon Islands National Parliament Office Complex Solar project.