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Warriors celebrating one of their goals against Real Kakamora Warriors celebrating one of their goals against Real Kakamora

Warriors 4, Real Kakamora 0

2013/14 O’League rep, Solomon Warriors manage to maintain unbeaten run in the Telekom S League round three yesterday defeating Real Kakamora 4-0.

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SINFED Vice President, Ronald Talasasa and a winning athlete SINFED Vice President, Ronald Talasasa and a winning athlete

FIVE Provincial Netball Associations (PNA) have registered their interest to participate in the upcoming National Netball Championship in Renbel.

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Bilikiki Star players: L to R, Joe Luwi, James Naka and Fred HaleBilikiki Star players: L to R, Joe Luwi, James Naka and Fred Hale

SOLOMON Islands Football Federation (SIFF) is yet to confirm Bilikiki’s participation at the upcoming invitational beach soccer competition in Gold Coast, Australia.

Interim SIFF CEO, Neil Poloso said that currently they have not received any information regarding the tournament, scheduled to be held in December.

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Bilikiki Team in TahitiBilikiki Team in Tahiti

SOLOMON ISLANDS beach soccer team (Bilikiki) are fast becoming familiar with the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, but the Class of 2013 will be in a unique position when they open their campaign next week in Tahiti.

Next Wednesday’s opening will mark the first time a Pacific Islands nation has hosted a FIFA tournament, meaning the Melanesians will, for once, not be forced to depart their continent in order to rub shoulders with the world’s elite.

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The Malaita basketball team with hand bags donated by Our Telekom in TulagiThe Malaita basketball team with hand bags donated by Our Telekom in Tulagi

The Solomon game currently held in Tulagi of central Islands province is running well with all athletes competing for the medals. Currently medals tally is headed by Guadalcanal followed by Central, Malaita and Isabel.

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