The Women’s 7’s tournament kicked off yesterday at the Samoa Rugby Union field in Tuanaimato. Six teams had registered but one team pulled out just before the tournament started yesterday morning, according to the Women’s Development Officer, Avii Faalupega.
Football Federation Samoa hosted Prize Giving on Saturday 16th September at its premises to conclude the annual Youth League tournament which started in April of this year.
Aucklander Brendon Madden-Smith was crowned champion of the Ford Tour of Samoa on Saturday. He is the overall winner under combined general classification for the tour. In the women’s race Rebecca Marley was crowned women’s champion for the third time.
The Samoa weightlifting fraternity is celebrating after their team brought home 12 gold medals, four silver medals, two bronze medals and four trophies, dominating the Commonwealth and Oceania Weightlifting Championships in the Gold Coast.
ON YOUR BIKES: The Ford Tour of Samoa started at Tanoa Tusitala Hotel at 6am, yesterday. It was led out by defending champions Tim Robertson and Rebecca Marley.
One of Samoa’s most celebrated international stars is coming home. Former Black Caps captain, Luteru Ross Poutoa Taylor, will be in the country at the end of the month. Taylor and former Black Cap, Murphy Logo Su’a, are coming to help Samoa International Cricket Association (SICA) to grow its development.
President and Coach of the Samoa Weightlifting Federation Tuaopepe Asiata Wallwork is very proud of his lifters performance at the Oceania and Commonwealth Championships held in Gold Coast Australia last week.
Kiwi multisport legend, Steve Gurney, is in the country. He is here for the Samoa Events’ Ford Tour of Samoa. The 54-year old is an icon of the New Zealand multisporting scene and he loves coming here.
After all the bantering of the last few months on the Tour of Samoa Social pages, the real business is here for Samoa Events’ 4th Ford Tour of Samoa which starts on Monday.
Michael Maguire has been fired as South Sydney coach three years after guiding the club to a drought-breaking National Rugby League title.
Four players who toured New Zealand with the British and Irish Lions have been omitted from the latest England squad selected for an early-season training camp.
After months of delays, mind games and trash talking, Lupesoliai La’auliolemalietoa Joseph Parker, has had enough. He is raring and ready to knock someone out. Which is bad news for his opponent tomorrow morning, Hughie Fury, who will be looking to strip the man from Faleula and Tapatapo of the W.B.O title.
Brisbane Broncos halfback Ben Hunt and Melbourne Storm playmaker Cameron Munster have been called in to the Queensland squad to replace injured stars Johnathan Thurston and Darius Boyd for next week's series-deciding State of Origin match against New South Wales.
Cristiano Ronaldo lost his cool, and now Real Madrid has lost its main man for five matches at the start of the Spanish season.
Samoa enters this year’s F.I.B.A. U18 Oceania Championships aiming to improve on a promising performance in the 2014 tournament, and a lot of their fortunes will be placed on the shoulders of Linda Kelsall
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