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The opening weekend of the 2017/18 S-League season got underway on Saturday with newcomers Henderson Eels continuing their pre-season form by holding defending champions Marist FC to a 1-1 draw at Lawson Tama Stadium. Solomon Warriors got their campaign…

The 2017/18 Telekom S-League gets underway today with two tasty encounters to open what will be a thrilling season off football. The opener at Lawson Tama Stadium sees defending champions Marist FC take on league debutants Henderson Eels in…

Malaita Eagles have written themselves into the history books as the most successful side in Solomon Cup history as they claimed their fourth title since 1991 with a 2-1 victory over Central Shield at Lawson Tama Stadium on Saturday….

After two inspiring seasons with Western United – captaining them through to the 2017 OFC Champions League – Solomon Islands most-capped player Henry Fa’arodo Jnr has made the move to domestic title holders Marist FC for the Telekom S-League…

National team captain Elliot Ragomo continues to be an ambassador for Solomon Islands futsal after linking up with professional Brazilian club Minas Tênis. Ragomo spent time with the club last year ahead of the Solomon Islands appearance at the FIFA Futsal…

Solomon Islands eagerly await another opportunity to see their Kurukuru heroes in action on home soil in the Wantok Futsal Challenge 2017, running from 8 to 15 April at Multipurpose Hall in Honiara. Tournament Manager Thomas Kalola has invited…

Women’s leadership in football has come under the spotlight in the Solomon Islands’ Malaita Province with a series of coach training programmes specifically targeted at young women rolling out across the region. Led by Malaita Province Sports Coordinator Eddie…

Solomon Islander Moses Toata is brimming with confidence after completing Part 1 of the OFC/NZF A Licence in Auckland this week. The former national team coach spent the past 12 days in the top-level coaching course in the hopes…

Solomon Island’s Marist FC have placed fourth at the 2016 JF international Futsal Cup after conceding 5-3 to Carlton FC in the third and fourth play-off at Goonellabah Sports & Aquatic Centre, Australia, on Sunday. Marist FC’s bid for…