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Solomon Ports sponsors Easter National 3×3 Basketball Championship challenge

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Solomon Ports today donated $5000 to support prizes for the Solomon Islands Easter National 3×3 Basketball Championship challenge.

The handover was conducted today at the Solomon Ports head o ce, between the port’s Chief Financial O cer, George Rausi, and Myrtle Atienza representing the tournament’s organisers.

Thee Solomon Islands Easter National 3×3 Basketball Championship challenge is a highly anticipated event for basketball enthusiasts in the Solomon Islands.

Thee event brings together some of the best basketball players from around the country to compete in a high- energy tournament that showcases their skills and talents.

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With this donation, Solomon Ports is demonstrating its commitment to supporting local communities and promoting sports and healthy living.

The $5000 contribution will go towards supporting prizes for the winning teams and individual players, providing them with the recognition and motivation they deserve for their hard work and dedication to the sport.

“We are delighted to support the Solomon Islands Easter National 3×3 Basketball Championship challenge and the local basketball community,” said George Rausi, Chief Financial Officer of Solomon Ports.

“We believe in promoting healthy living and active lifestyles, and sports are a great way to achieve this. We wish all the participants the best of luck in the tournament and hope that they will continue to pursue their passion for basketball.”

Myrtle Atienza, representing the tournament’s organisers, expressed gratitude for the generous donation from Solomon Ports.

“We are incredibly grateful for the support of Solomon Ports, and we thank them for their contribution towards the prizes for the Solomon Islands Easter National 3×3 Basketball Championship challenge. This donation will go a long way towards recognizing and motivating our players, and we hope to continue to work together to prepare players for selection for the upcoming Paci c Games. “

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