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Solomon Islands train in Australia, name Preliminary squad for SPG - Jul 5, 2007

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The national men's and women's teams from the Solomon Islands are half way through their pre SPG training camp in Coffs Harbour. The teams have been undertaking daily training, and each evening they have played competitive games against a variety of Coffs Harbour teams. The Solomon Basketball Federation also submitted a 14-name preliminary squad for the upcoming South Pacific Games which will be held in Samoa.
source: FIBA Oceania

The girls first game was against the Coffs Harbour Under 16 girls representative team, which is very highly ranked team in the NSW competitions. The Solomon girls won that game by just one basket, scored in the last seconds of the game. The following day the men's and women's teams travelled to the Christan Community High school to play their senior teams. Both teams were warmly welcomed by the school community, who packed the indoor school court to cheer on both their team and the visitors. Both Solomon teams were far too strong for the high school teams. Following this game the teams came to the FIBA Oceania office, where they were each given a basketball and some other FIBA Oceania memorabilia. On Saturday evening the Solomon teams faced off against the strong CoffsHarbour senior rep teams, with the Coffs girls being too strong for the island team. However, the men's game went to the Solomons, who put on an excellent display of speed, control and athleticism. On Sunday the teams travelled to Port Macquarie, a 2 hour bus ride south of Coffs Harbour. The women's team defeated the Port team, but the Port men proved too strong for the Solomon team. With daily training and games, the training regime has made the teams realise the stamina that is needed for a 10 day tournament, and returned home much more experienced players.

Solomon Islands extended squad - SPG 2007:
Jessy Konofilia
Phoebe Laore
Delma Peseika
Eva Pongi
Zimah Pitakaka
Natala Pongi
Wendy Pongotapu
Joycelyn Basia
Miriam Basia
Mary Daffie
Emma Hatigeva
Wendy Nasala
Tessa Nori
Ethel Ronnie   

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