The 2019 Great Britain Rugby League Tour will see the Lions taking on the New Zealand Kiwis, Mate Ma'a Tonga and Papua New Guinea Kumuls in the Southern Hemisphere.
By Richard Cowley, 23/12/2007
The final qualifiers for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup finished up in November. Australia, New Zealand, England, France and Papua New Guinea automatically qualified. The remaining five spots have seen 14 teams compete in the qualifying rounds over the last 2 years. The end result will see arguably the best 10 rugby league nations in the World battle it out in next years World Cup.
Working industry ‘mates’ is the next exciting step for the ‘Rugby League in Schools’ program.
Rugby League in Schools program, together with the SP PNG Hunters, will undergo the Australian NRL’s Level 1 Coaching course this Thursday and Friday at Bomana Police College, which will include the entire Hunters squad.
National Selectors have named a Prime Ministers XIII team based on both experience and youth in preparation for the annual rugby league fixture against an Australian select side later this month.
PNG Rugby Football League chairman Sandis Tsaka when announcing the team said that the squad is made up of Digicel Cup players and has one confederate player. He said the delay in announcing the team was to allow for protocol whereby the squad would be sent to the Prime Minister before it was released.
By Richard Cowley, Date: 23/1/13
According to the PNG Post Courier the Coca-Cola Ipatas Cup rugby league competition will break all records with a total of 84 teams from 21 provinces scheduled to take part in 2013.
PNG Kumul Coaches Mal Meninga and Michael Marum have today announced the line up who will face the Tongan Ma’a on Sunday 19th October 2014, 2pm at Lae Rugby League grounds.
The full 21-‐man squad which has been in camp for 3 weeks has been retained after consultation with National Selectors, with the final 17 to be finalised prior to kick-‐off on Sunday said Meninga;
The PNGRFL has announced today and welcomed on board Trophy Haus Limited and NWTL Group of Companies as official and exclusive retailer of Team Kumul merchandise leading into the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.
The deal will see the group become sponsors of the PNGRFL and official & exclusive retailers of Team Kumul and PNGRFL merchandise in Port Moresby and Lae.
Digicel Cup will be officially launched this Thursday April 11th. The first games of the year will kick off this coming Sunday the 14th of April.
Papua New Guineaâ€™s premier sport-rugby league has better days to come thanks to Digicel PNGâ€™s support as the Naming Rights sponsor of the competition for the next three years.