Sports Archive July 2022

“I feel so proud. The girls they are working hard especially when we went behind and we equalised and I am so proud for them because in Solomons history we have never reached this far and third place is excellent for us as a start," said head coach Batram Suri.

Solomon Islands Beat Samoa, Finish Third at OFC Women’s Nations Cup 2022

The Solomon Islands have finished third at the OFC Women’s Nations Cup 2022 after beating Samoa 6-5 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the third/fourth playoff in Suva, Fiji.
Solomon Islands head coach Batram Suri said: “We are underdogs and we have come this far so we are proud and I think the players are happy about where we are now."

Solomon Islands Succumb to Fiji in Semi-finals

Host nation Fiji will face Papua New Guinea in the OFC Women’s Nations Cup 2022 final after beating the Solomon Islands 3-1 in front of a passionate home crowd at the HFC Bank Stadium in Suva.
The Solomon Islands has now advanced into the Semi-Finals after a 1-0 over Tahiti.

Solomons into Semi-Finals After Tense Win Over Tahiti

The Solomon Islands have reached the semi-finals of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup 2022 after grinding out a 1-0 win over Tahiti at the HFC Bank Stadium in Suva, Fiji.
The 9 Guadalcanal Provincial School teachers and the High-Performance Talent Pathways department staff.

Guadalcanal Schools Confirm for Talent Identification

The Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) has reached a partnership with the Guadalcanal Provincial education authority to roll out the High-Performance Talent Identification program.
Jenly Wini will lead the team, coming out of a strong performance at the recent Pacific Mini Games in the Northern Marianas where she won three gold medals in the 55kg category.

Solomon Islands Sends Largest Ever Contingent to the Commonwealth Games

Weightlifter Jenly Tegu Wini heads the Solomon Islands' 19-strong team for the Commonwealth Games team in Birmingham.
New Caledonia’s struggle to handle the pace of the Solomon Islands attack became a theme throughout the first-half.

Solomon Islands and New Caledonia Advance After Draw

The group stage of the OFC Women's Nations Cup 2022 ended with a thrilling 2-2 draw between New Caledonia and Solomon Islands, a result that sees both teams qualify for the quarter-finals.
Fiji men's captain and OFC Ambassador Roy Krishna assisted with the draw for the OFC U-19 Championship 2022.

Solomon Islands Drawn With New Zealand in OFC U-19 Championship

Excitement is building for the return of age-group football in the Oceania region, following confirmation of the draw for the OFC U-19 Championship 2022 on Tuesday, July 19.
The Telekom S League season 2022/2023 will continue again this coming weekend with more entertaining matches to feature in the round one of match week 2 at Lawson Tama Stadium.

Telekom S League Day 2 Match in Review

The Day 2 Match of week one in the Telekom S League season 2022/2023, round one had seen three matches played at Lawson Tama Stadium.
2022 SINBBF Bodybuilding Championship overall winners. Mr Solomon Is. Bodybuilding - Barnabas Waqa (L) and Mr Solomon Is. Physique - Junior Billy Oge (R) with their awards.

Waqa and Oge Top Bodybuilding Championship

The Solomon Islands National Bodybuilding Federation (SINBBF) Championships 2022 was a success, staged at the Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) High-performance facility over the weekend.
Hosted on the Theme “Promoting Health and Fitness in Solomon Islands, the Championship drew competitors from Honiara and Malaita Province with the aim to identify potential athletes for the national body building squad for the 2023 Pacific Games.

National Body Building Championship Applauded

Deputy Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga has applauded the Solomon Islands National Body Building Federation (SINBBF) for hosting a successful National Body Building Championship over the weekend.
2022 National Bodybuilding Championship Set

2022 National Bodybuilding Championship Set

The Solomon Islands Bodybuilding Federation (SIBBF) will be hosting its national Championship from 15th to 16th July 2022 at the Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) High-Performance centre.
TriSI President Joe Ramosaea commended SINIS HP and NSC for making sure that the right support systems are in place to allow athletes and coaches to excel at the elite international level.

Triathlon to Access SINIS High Performance Pathway Program

Triathlon Solomon Islands (TriSI) will now adapt to a high performance strategy that aims to build an aligned performance system from pathways to the podium with support from the Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS).