The first night of the five-week Social Elite Challenge saw more than 170 players take to the courts representing their workplaces, government departments and family.
This year’s Kumete Athletics Competition saw a strong challenge from Tupapa who came a close second to Arorangi as overall winners, says the president of Athletics Cook Islands, Simone Fe’ao.
Nikao Sokattak and Puaikura are the new premier men’s and women’s football champions after claiming the Knockout Cup over the weekend.
After a semi-final weekend that delivered maximum drama, there is plenty to look forward to in the CIFA Knockout Cup final this weekend.
Matavera will have to battle hard in order to retain the women’s title in the Rarotonga Cricket Club competition final today.
Cook Islands Touch Association is gearing up for a busy 2020/21 season, kicking off with the much-anticipated Boxing Day tournament.
After a disruptive 2020 season due to Covid-19, Cook Islands Rugby League looks forward to a bigger and better 2021.
Nikao men and Matavera women teams are through to the Rarotonga Cricket Club competition showdown this weekend. They will take on Turangi in the respective finals this Saturday.
Footballers from the grassroots division will this afternoon kick off the CIFA 2020 Knockout Cup finals.
After six weeks of the 5X5 Rarotonga Basketball Competition, today teams will be battling for the top spot in the final play offs.
Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee (CISNOC) has once again been praised for organising the Cook Islands Games in October this year.
Domestic football competition will be back in full swing from Wednesday as top teams battle each other in the Knockout Cup finals at CIFA complex in Matavera.
Rugby Sevens fans were treated to some top class action on the field at the Raro Rugby Sevens Tournament on December 4-5 at the National Stadium.
Anticipation and thrills filled the CIFA complex last week as teams battled it out for a spot in the Rarotonga Football 2020 Season Finale.
Titikaveka will face a mammoth task when the side takes on champions Tupapa Maraerenga in the premier men’s Knockout Cup semi-final today.
Defending champions Tupapa Panthers have made it through to the Raro Sevens Tournament quarter-final.
A new winner in the Rarotonga Cricket Club men’s competition will be crowned after defending champions Matavera bombed out in the playoffs.
The premier men’s football teams will take the field today in the opening Knockout Cup semi-final.
Local rugby fans can expect a fast, action-packed show at the Raro Sevens Tournament.
Top seed Tupapa Panthers is feeling the pressure ahead of this weekend’s Raro Rugby Sevens.
This afternoon, Avatiu FC senior women’s will be taking on Tupapa Maraerenga for a shot at the Knockout Cup final next week.
Teams are at their best and players who will take the field at the CIFA complex today will do their best to make sure their team and club is represented at the knock-out finals next week.