The Honiara Basketball League held their registration day for the 2018 season on Sunday at the Multipurpose Hall in Honiara. An extension period for registration has been allowed till mid this week.more
The D-Fenders 2018 Tip-Off Basketball challenge kicked off last weekend at the Multipurpose Hall
Eleven matches took place and saw powerhouses Marist and Gunners cementing their position on the table after two wins in the men’s division while Defenders also picked up double wins in the women’s division.more
The D Fenders Basketball Club will host the 2018 Tip-Off Basketball Challenge over two weekends, commencing this Sunday 25 February and concluding next Sunday 4 March at the Multipurpose Hall. Games will be held between 12pm and 6pm both days.more
In a major boost for hoops fans in the Melanesian region, the upcoming FIBA Melanesia Basketball Cup will be available on free to air via major TV networks in the region. Our Telekom will be broadcasting the games through their channel.more
The Solomon Islands Basketball Federation (SIBF) sincerely acknowledge and thank the KSS Southern Flames basketball team for a wonderful series and visit to Solomon Islands. Congratulations to all the players, coaching staff and club management and wishing everyone best in hoops!! (Clips & pic source courtesy of George Pugeva)more
Honiara is in for some fast-paced basketball action next week when the Papua New Guinea (PNG) reigning club champions, the KSS Southern Flames Basketball Team visits Solomon Islands for friendlies against the Men’s National basketball squad.more
The Solomon Island Basketball Federation (SIBF) is organizing a 3x3-basketball championship called 3x3 Basketball Jam to tip-off this Sunday 6 August 2017 at the Multi-purpose hall (outdoor courts).more
The Solomon Kids Basketball Academy (SKBA) is yet to finalize their final 12 man squad for their U-17 squad who will be touring Gold Coast Australia in December.
SKBA Co-Founder Howard Tang said the final squad will consists of 10 travelling and two non-travelling players.more
The Solomon Islands basketball community wish to congratulate three of its closest members for their successful election into the National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) executive board during last week’s NOCSI AGM and Election.more
The inaugural Gender Parity Basketball Competition has been won by QQQ Marist Club in the men's division and Sunrise club in the womens division. The finals were held at the multi-purpose hall with another Sunday afternoon full of great basketball action.more
Preparations for the final leg of the 2016 3x3 Basketball Series is on track to kicking off on Friday 10th June 2016.
The last win by Pinoy Slashers has just taken this game to another level. Pinoy Slashers took the game right to the heart of Reigning Champion, Marist clearing the seat for a new Champion. Game 3 will see who gets crowned for the 2016 3x3 Basketball Kings of Solomon Islands.more
The Honiara Super Six Basketball Tournament (S6BT2015) heads into the final playoffs this week in the Mens open category with the top four finalists vying for their ticket to the Grand Final match set for this coming weekend.more
ON THE eve of the U19 team's team’s departure from Honiara International Airport, Lifhaus News Desk caught up with coach Bryce Masaea to discuss the team's participation at the FIBA Oceania Under-19 Basketball Championship.more
The Solomon Islands Basketball Federation (SIBF) has become the next successful recipient in the region to be awarded the Australian Sports Outreach Program (ASOP) sport development grant worth around thirty-seven thousand Solomon dollars (SBD).more
Our HBL competition has now in it's four weeks of competition. Yesterday games were so interesting starting with High School games. The Seventh Day Advetist High School ( Betikama ) boys will be the Team to watch this year competition after coming Third last year. They have a balance team and have not lost a game yet since day one.more
Solomon Islands Basketball Federation (SIBF)completed another successful provincial tour to Renbel Province to promote basketball and conduct coaching and refereeing courses. SIBF also assisted in the election of the first fully fledged provincial basketball executive, the Bellona Basketball Association (BBA).more
High Schools in around Honiara are heading to their finals for this year 2013. The finals will see the undefeated KG Six students (boys) taking on the underdogs, Selwyn College, whilst the girls category will be a match up between St. Joseph Tenaru and Betikama Adventist school.more
The Solomon Islands Basketball Federation (SIBF) newly elected executives will organize a top 6 basketball competition for both the men's and women's open category. SIBF is keen on getting some competition time this year in preparation for next years major league and other competitions.more
Host organisers have just completed the installation of the official competition basketball court ahead of the Youth Olympic Games that gets underway on 14th August in Singapore. This event marks the debut of FIBA 33, the official 3 on 3 version of basketball.
Oceania will be represented by Australia girls, Vanuatu girls and New Zealand men. Players are aged under 18 and coaches under 35.more
Article from Lifhaus website on 26th April 2010
The Solomon Islands Basketball Federation has elected a new executive during its AGM held Sunday 2th April 2010 at the Woodford International School.more
FIBA Oceania has shown its support to the organizers of the upcoming Tengemoana Construction Basketball Tournament that is planned to be held in Bellona Island, Rennell Bellona Province in December later this year...more
The Solomon Islands Basketball Federation Special AGM was held on Thursday 13th August at the Solomon Host Meeting Room, NPF Plaza. The meeting was held to report on the last year of federation activities, approve new membership applications and elect officers to the vacant positions of President and Vice-President........more
Basketball Entertainment Group is formed with the aim of creating an atmosphere for development in basketball. Our plan currently is to create events, fast and exciting to capture and stimulate Basketball players to have the that urgency to be competitive, thus improving their skills and fitness and mainly their athletism.
So our first event which we have already hosted is the 3 on 3 basketball Knock out series 2009 which will run from 31st June 2009 through to December 2009. Other events which will be organized is a 3 point shootout, which will be organized in a date to be finalized.more
Monday night saw a turn of events after the FIBA Oceania delegates presented their recommendations to the Solomon Islands basketball community. An election took place to get basketball playing in Honiara.more
Please look at the Photo Gallery:
Under the FIBA Oceania in Solomon Islands gallery to see some of the aid agencies FIBA Oceania have been able to meet.
The SIBF and FIBA Oceania greatly appreicate the time they set aside for these meetings.more
FIBA Oceania Secretary General, Steve Smith and Development Manager of Oceania, Regan Kama will be in the country for a week purposely to see what is needed in the local basketball federation to build the sport. Speaking at a press conference today, Mr. Smith said that their visit is to hold talks ............more
Solomon Islands Mens National Basketball Coach Ryan Burns is currently in the Federated States of Micronesia on a 5 month visit to the country. He is helping their states Pohnpei, Kosrae, Chuuk and Yap further develop their basketball coaches, players, referees and administrators..........................more
FIBA Oceania is delighted to continue it's support of basketball in the Solomon Islands with the donation of rubber basketballs for use in the SI Development program. Former president of the Federation, Lawrence Quan, assisted with transporting the balls from Ausralia to Solomons.more
On Friday 1st February, the Solomon Islands Junior National Basketball team played a visiting US Navy team. The United States Navy Warship was on a 1 week stop over in Honiara and agreed to play a friendly basketball match.more
Judy Smith from FIBA Oceania would love to have regular news about basketball in the beautiful Solomon Islands.
Anyone in the country who has a story about their program, their teams or anything else, is invited to email that information to Judy on firstname.lastname@example.org Adding a photo would be terrific as well.more
The primary school basketball competition had halted its comp til early February 2008 to allow schools kids to go for their Christmas & New year holidays here in town and their respective provinces.more
The Australian High Commissioners office had approved the Solomon Islands Womens Basketball on the ball and the move basketball project submitted by the FIBA Oceania office onbehalf of the Solomon Island Basketball Federation.more