David Riccio from the Daily Telegraph reports that Papua New Guinea is a step closer to hosting an NRL match.Possibly Canterbury and Cronulla set to clash in Port Moresby next year.
Likely to be a trial match
Supported by the Australian Government and could possibly
Papua New Guinea coach Michael Marum has dedicated their 26-14 victory over Fiji at Campbelltown Stadium to the late former player Kato Ottio.The former Canberra Raiders winger passed away in January after suffering heat stroke following a training session in Port Moresby.The Kumuls piled on four first-half tries to
St George Illawarra winger Nene Macdonald and Cronulla Sharks hooker James Segeyaro are among six NRL players named in the Papua New Guinea team to face Fiji in next Saturday’s Pacific Test at Campbelltown Stadium.Macdonald and Segeyaro will be joined by Sydney Roosters halves Kurt
The Prime Minister and Minister for Sports, Hon. Peter O’Neill CMG MP, has praised the tireless dedication of the PNG Hunters after they won the Queensland Rugby League’s Intrust Cup for the first time.Following the success of the PNG Hunters on and off the field,
We know what the most popular sport in the country is but what is the most popular sporting team or club?According to social media statistics site Social Bakers, the most popular sports team in PNG is the Queensland Maroons and the most popular sports club
[caption id="attachment_6282" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Source: TVWAN FB Page[/caption]Digicel's TVWAN has secured the rights to broadcast the National Rugby League matches starting as early as this Saturday.The NRL will be televised through their new rugby channel. TVWAN through its Twitter account has stated that as