Around 300 to 400 students will be part of the Vaka Iti – Junior Paddling Regatta tomorrow at Nikao Beach.
The Cook Islands Touch Association weekly open men’s and women’s competition wrapped up on Monday afternoon at the National Stadium in Nikao with teams vying for top spots displaying dazzling skills to outwit each other.
Tupapa Maraerenga and Puaikura on the brink of claiming the Round Cup Championship titles. Puaikura’s unbeaten run in the domestic women’s football competition came to an end this week after the side went down to Tupapa Maraerenga FC 0-1 at Victoria Park. Despite the loss on Monday, the Arorangi side still leads the senior women’s […]
Island pride and local support drew out new players during Cook Islands Games 2020. The challenge now is to develop talent for the national team.
A 5x5 basketball tournament kicks off on Rarotonga today.
The national sporting body hopes to build a healthier and more robust community through a new programme.
Tupapa Maraerenga and Puaikura maintain their lead in the premier men’s and senior women’s football competition.
Titikaveka premier men’s side will be out for redemption when they take on Nikao Sokattak in round 12 of Rarotonga football competition at the CIFA complex in Matavera this afternoon.
Cook Islands Residents have named a strong squad to take on the local Samoan and Fijian teams in the upcoming 2020 Tri-Nations.
The Howard family dominated the annual Air Rarotonga Aitutaki Open Golf Tournament, claiming three major titles.
The Avatiu Boxing and Martial Arts Club have donated boxing gloves, focus punch mitts and a body bag to the Aitutaki Boxing Club.
Cook Islander Brad Takairangi is among established NRL players who have been cut by Parramatta Eels without a new club for next year.
Twenty-four teams have registered for the Badminton Business House Competition.
A 5X5 basketball competition starts Wednesday at Papaaroa Seventh Day Adventist Hall.
Matavera U17 will be the team to watch at the 2020 Round Cup competition at the CIFA complex today.
Tupapa Maraerenga and Puaikura maintain their lead in the senior men’s and women’s football competition, respectively.
A mighty success is how Athletics Cook Islands saw the recent Cook Islands Games and National Championships.
The Cook Island Games saw the island buzzing with excitement over the two weeks. But wait, the sports hype is not yet over!
Non-contact sports like sailing and golf are up and flying again – but “limited contact” sports are torn about whether to resume.
The rugby codes are fighting to survive the flight of young Cook Islanders overseas and their remaining players being pillaged by football – but like these islands, they say, they are resilient.
Rarotonga Sailing Club’s open day recorded a good turnout of young and upcoming sailors, reports Georgie Hills.