PAPUA New Guinea Rugby Football League will be pushing for the revival of the Pacific Cup and an additional international match later this year in addition to the traditional annual Prime Ministers XIII clash against the Australian Kangaroos.
The PNGRFL and the Team Kumul High Performance Unit announced earlier today information regarding their upcoming high performance camp to be held in Port Moresby July 22nd through to Thursday July 25th. It will be the fourth camp this year focussing on the progression of the skills, attitude and knowledge of the Papua New Guinea based players.
By Richard Cowley, Date: 14/9/12
In what could be a big coup for Papua New Guinea as they continue preparations for the World Cup Adrian Lam will return as coach of the Kumuls for their Prime Minister XIII's clash against Australia.
Two SP Hunters players have been given “train and trial” opportunities with NRL clubs while the third has been contracted to another Intrust Super Cup club.
Kato Ottio has joined the Canberra Raiders while Warren Clare is bound for Cronulla Sharks on “train & trial” engagements.
By Brian Lowe, Date: 24/11/17 (Photo Credit NRLPhotos)
Papua New Guinea is without a doubt one of the success stories of this Rugby League World Cup.
The Northern Zone Championships held in Wau over the weekend were an outstanding success according to PNGRFL Interim CEO Brad Tassell who travelled to the region for the event:
Papua New Guinea will be looking to square things up in their 2nd and final Test against the England Knights in Port Moresby this Saturday, November 3rd at 3pm local time (5.00am BST).
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.
Source: The National
By KEVIN PAMBA, Date: 20/7/12
THE PNG NRL Bidâ€™s schoolboy rugby league fever has hit Madang, with the resort town starting a competition for eight schools last month.
Madang Rugby League administrator Mark Sagho said on Sunday the schoolboys competition was an arrangement between the PNG NRL Bid and the schools.