Honiara Warriors have won the 2005 Solomon Cup tournament after it beat Temotu Arrows 2-1 in an action packed grandfinal match at Lawson Tama Stadium last night (Monday). Honiara took the match in extra time after a determined Temotu…

The New Zealand Women’s National League is also underway with two rounds completed. As well as the seven football federations, New Zealand Soccer has begun preparations for the qualifying stages of the 2007 FIFA World U20 Women’s Championships in…

PACIFIC FLAVOUR TO NEW ZEALAND FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP The second edition of the New Zealand Football Championship kicks off today and anticipation is high amongst New Zealand’s football community for improvement on the inaugural competition. As well as a host…

The four teams left in the running for the 2005 Solomon Cup have been found after the last day of competition. A powercut on Wednesday night meant that the match between Isabel and Real Kakamora had to be rescheduled…

FIJI HEAD PACIFIC NATIONS IN LATEST FIFA RANKINGS Fiji has jumped above Tahiti and Solomon Islands to claim top spot amongst the island nations in the latest FIFA/ Coca-Cola World Rankings. Up two spots to 137, Fiji still trail…

Western Turtles made a perfect start to the 2005 Solomon Cup with a 2-0 win over Guadalcanal Hornets overnight. The other match in Pool B saw Central Shields and Lauru Kuvojo draw 1-1. Elsewhere, Honiara Warriors extended their lead…

Fun and games galore has been the order of the day during the Elementary School Tournament in American Samoa over the past month. The tournament is currently being fought out by 44 teams and 1,000 young boys and girls,…

Australia’s opponent for the vital FIFA World Cup qualifier will be Uruguay. Just as they did four years ago Uruguay concluded the South American qualifying tournament as the fifth ranked nation earning them a home and away sudden death…

FOOTBALL KIDS LEND A HAND IN QUEEN’S BATON RELAY On the 11th October, 2005 the Queen’s Baton Relay passed through Goroka, Papua New Guinea on its long journey to Australia. Papua New Guinea was the first Oceania country to…

CASH BOOST FOR SOLOMON CUP TOURNEY SIFF Marketing Manager, Vivian Wickham is pleased to announce that the Solomon Islands largest softdrink manufacturer Solomon Breweries will provide cash prizes worth almost $30,000 for the Solomon Cup tournament. An agreement to…