Sports Archive December 2019

Formal charges had been made against the Solomon Islands Football Federation and Keana by the OFC Disciplinary and Ethics Committee after it received a written complaint, supported by information that the player was born in 1998.

Solomons Penalised for Fielding Over Age Player

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) has been banned from competing in the next round of Under 17 Men’s World Cup qualifying after being found to have fielded a second over age player.
Get Into Rugby Festival A First for Honiara

Get Into Rugby Festival A First for Honiara

The Get into Rugby National Tag Festival was officially launched on Tuesday 10th December 2019, at the Town Ground Stadium, Honiara.
Pacific Games Council president Mr. Vidhya Lakhan (L) joins Solomon Islands Prime Minister, Hon. Manasseh Sogavare in the groundbreaking ceremony of the Solomon Islands Sports & Leadership Institute in Honiara last week. (Pacific Games Council)

2023 Preparations on Track

Pacific Games Council president Vidhya Lakhan and chief executive officer Andrew Minogue visited Honiara to assess the state of preparations for the Solomon Islands 2023 Pacific Games.
Beautiful Kwai island has long been known for its white, sandy beaches and is now host to the Malaita Beach Soccer Tournament.

Kwai Island Hosts Beach Soccer

Kwai Island in East Malaita, Solomon Islands has attracted 20 teams around Malaita who graced the sandy beaches at the inaugural Kwai Beach Soccer championship yesterday.
Kooline celebrate winning the first ever OFC Futsal Champions League.

Solomons Win OFC Futsal Champions League

Kooline from Solomon Islands has won the inaugural OFC Futsal Champions League with a thrilling come-from-behind 7-5 victory over AS PTT Noumea in last night's title decider in Auckland.