PNG Hunters out to address poor away form

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Coach Michael Marum said it’s always tougher away from home.


The Papua New Guinea Hunters are looking to return to winning ways on the road when they take on the Norths Devils in Brisbane tomorrow.

The Hunters have won their last three matches at home to climb to third on the Queensland Cup ladder, just one point behind the league leading Burleigh Bears.

But they’re also on a three match losing run in Australia after dropping games against Burleigh, Central Queensland and Ipswich.

PNG Hunters coach Michael Marum.
PNG Hunters coach Michael Marum. Photo: Supplied

Coach Michael Marum said it’s always tougher away from home.

“We haven’t done well away..and we know Norths probably might have a few boys from the Broncos or Melbourne Storm in their side so it’s going to be a tough one,” he said.

“They had a win against Central Queensland Capras last weekend…every team in the competition they train twice as hard to beat us and they work really hard to make sure they win games against us.”

Michael Marum said they still had a few long-term injuries in the squad but would welcome back Kumuls international fullback Stargroth Amean this weekend from the bench.

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