expected for this Saturday’s important clash against the Ipswich
The gates will be open to children under the age of 16 to
have FREE ENTRY to the outer area when the SP PNG Hunters play their last
regular season home game in the Intrust Super Cup competition for
Students from selected local Primary schools will be invited
to form a cheer squad from the stands to urge the Hunters on in their
Round 23 game against the Ipswich Jets.
They will basically form
the faoundation for what is expected to be an intense atmosphere at Kalabond
Oval with a bumper crowd anticipated.
PNGRFL CEO Brad Tassell said
this week that the club wanted the biggest crowd possible in what is the club’s
biggest game of the season.
“This match is like a grand final for
us this weekend,” he said.
“It’s a must win game to keep us in the
hunt for a finals spot and we want the ground filled to capacity with fans
screaming for the Hunters”.
“We want is as intimidating and as loud
“It’s our last home game for the year and we thank the
people of NGI for their wonderful support this year and have decided to allow
free entry to the outer area for kids under the age of 16 for the
The club is hoping that the community responds accordingly
and fill the Kalabond to capacity with hopefully 6,000 spectators turning up o
urge the Hunters on.
The Hunters play the 5th placed Jets this
Saturday 9th August at 2:30pm with tickets available from
The Hunters will then round off their season with away
matches against Wynumm Manly Seagulls and Souths Logan Magpies with a bye the
last round before the finals series.
Coach Micheal Marun has named
an unchanged line-up retaining the starting 13 except for some minor changes to
The team is:
1. Israel Eliab
2. Garry Lo
3. Thompson Teteh
4. Jason Tali
5. Adex Wera
6. Dion Aiye
7. Roger Laka
8. Timothy Lomai
9. Wartovo Puara
10. Esau Sione
11. David Loko
12 Sebastine Pandia
13. Brandy Peter
14. Lawrence Tu’u
15. Willie Minoga
16. George Benson
17. Albert Patak
18. Joe Bruno
19. Edward Goma
20. Stanton Albert (two to be omitted)
Coach: Michael Marum