Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Football back full on today

The new football season for 2017 is scheduled to kick off today in earnest.

Rugby touches down on the island of Malo

In Malo, a group of sports enthusiasts are turning to rugby as the new sport of choice.

Chiefs name Van2017 Pacific Mini Games

The Minister for Culture, Ronald Warsal says the Pacific Mini Games are not only about sports but about show casing the region’s culture and uniting the peoples of the Pacific.

Deco Stop Lodge continues to support Cricket in Santo

The popular resort has been sponsoring cricket locally since 2012.

Vanuatu gains two official referees for karate competitions

Two ni Vanuatu have gained official status as referees for karate competitions following training in New Caledonia.

Ticketing Plan for the Pacific Mini Games announced

The Games will feature 12 days of competition starting on December 4 and more than 35,000 tickets are available to the public.

Young Ni Vanuatu urged to become future officials in Karate

The TD Karate said he is confident this Mini Games can be used as a catalyst for change in Vanuatu karate development.

V4C hopes to change communities

Volley 4 Change is helping to change the lives of women in Vanuatu communities.

Newcomer Melemaat wins Port Vila’s U13 Hockey Tournament

The new comers in the U13 Junior Hockey Tournament for schools around Port Vila, the Melemaat boys and girls, took out the Grand finals.

Tahiti puts on A-game to win over Vanuatu

Tahiti had local fans on their feet in the opening OFC U-17 Championship match, beating Vanuatu 1-0 at Stade Mahina in last night’s match.