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After outclassing Queensland Metro in the semi-finals by 6-2, Solomon Islands was faced with an insurmountable challenge with NSW Thunder. However, hopes that the team could make history emerged at the halftime break when they took the breather 2-1…

Included in the team are assistant referees Bernard Mutukera and Jeffery Solodia, both FIFA badge holders, are the youngest top referees in country and have been on international duty before. However, the mentorship of Sogo, who has been to…

The new lease agreement takes over from the former arrangement which saw SIFF lease through the National Sports Council (NSC) which was ended this year by the parties involved. Under that arrangement, SIFF paid SBD$40 000.00 per annum for…

The agreement, which was official signed by SIFF president, William Lai and acting CEO of Solomon Airlines, Gus Kraus, last Wednesday establishes a one year union between the national sport and the national air carrier commencing 1 January, 2016…

The committee was recalled with a new leadership and several new members with the aim of supporting the two football teams taking part in the Pacific Games. Last year, the committee raised a similar amount for the Solomon Islands…

OFC President David Chung says he is pleased to have Lai on board.“William Lai has a wealth of business experience as well as a lengthy background in Solomon Islands football development,” Chung says.“His inclusion on the OFC Executive Committee…