Prime Minister’s Corporate Golf Challenge

​MRDC walks off with golf title

MRDC took out the title in Port Moresby, walking away with the trophy and return tickets to Sydney courtesy of Air Niugini.

The event drew 30 teams from various corporate organisations and government institutions.

Air Niugini also provided prizes for the second and third places, which went to Southern Cross Assurance Group and Tupira Surf Club respectively. The second prize was for return tickets to Brisbane and the third were return tickets to Cairns.

Shirts for PM’s Corporate Golf Challenge

Sales and marketing manager of The National, Veronica Marshall, presented the shirts to PNG Olympic Committee’s commercial manager, Tania Mahuru.

Team PNG athletes, Moha Mea from beach volleyball, Zoe Awadu from women’s indoor volleyball, Betty Angula from women’s basketball and Cosmas Saliawali from karate were also at the presentation to receive the shirts.

Toyota bus up for grabs

Ela Motors presented the Toyota Hi-Ace bus to the PNG Olympic Committee this week in Port Moresby.

There will be two mini buses on offer, one for the Port Moresby event on September 22 and the other for Lae on October 6.

“Ela Motors is very proud to be involved in the Prime Minister’s Golf event to raise funds for Team PNG, Toyota globally is also involved with the Olympics and we’re proud to support the Olympic Movement,” said National Sales Manager for Ela Motors, Chris Von Oppeln.