Sports Archive November 2012

Goldridge Must Address Claims: Landowners

The Goldridge Mining company is being called on to address the Midstream Association's SBD$15 million dollars compensation for polluting the Metapona River.

Solomon Islands' Keeper Huia makes History Books

Solomon Islands national futsal goalkeeper, Paul Huia, has made history as the first player to play across the three disciplines of football at FIFA level after taking part in the recent FIFA Futsal World Cup in Thailand.
"It's just amazing. This was my first World Cup, so I never even dreamed that I would score here," says Anthony Talo.

Kurukuru's Fairy Tale Story

Scoring a goal at a World Cup is impressive enough, but doing so at just 16 makes the achievement considerably more remarkable for Solomon Islands, Anthony Talo .

Kurukuru Called to Step Up

The Oceania Football Confederation says it's important that the Solomon Islands are competitive at this month's Futsal World Cup, if the region wants to keep it's automatic entry spot.
Prime Minister Mr. Lilo says the ROC funding is very important as it goes down to the rural people of Solomon Islands.

Government Receives Constituency Funding

The Solomon Islands Prime Minister, Hon. Gordon Darcy Lilo has received nearly SBD$10m from the Republic of China as part of its second payment to support Solomon Islands constituencies.

Russia Slams Kurukurus

Russia hammered Solomon Islands 16-0 in their opening match at the 2012 Futsal World Cup at Nimitbutr Stadium last night.