SP PNG Hunters

Referee was inconsistent: Hunters coach

Hunters were defeated by Norths Devils 32-18 in round four of the Queensland Intrust Cup at the National Football Stadium in Port Moresby.

“Just because we lost the game, I’m not blaming the referee but he was a bit inconsistent with the rulings a few times during the game,” said the coach.

“The performance of the referee can affect the team.

“We got off to a bad start in the first half with penalties after penalties and a lot of points came from penalty goal kicks and that’s a really big concern for us.”

Marum blames loss on undisciplined play

Hunters went down to Norths Devils 32-18 in round four of the Queensland Intrust Cup in front of 5148 supporters at the National Football Stadium in Port Moresby.

Marum admitted that it was undisciplined play from the team, especially during the first half and early in the second half, giving away four penalties.

“We got off to a bad start and we allowed four easy tries,” said the coach.

“Our kicks at the end of the sets didn’t go well, allowing the Devils to score 12 points in less than five minutes.

Hunters suffer first defeat this season

Hunters went down to Norths Devils 32-18 in round four of the Queensland Intrust Cup in front of 5148 supporters at the National Football Stadium in Port Moresby.

Two tries from Bland Abavu and one try from captain Ase Boas were not enough to take the Hunters home.

Devils dominated the game scoring four tries and converting four penalty kicks.

The visitors scored through Matiu Love-Henry, Javarn White, Dalton Philips and Delouise Hoeter.

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Radio personality Douglas Dimagi pays tribute to late Hau’ofa

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Hunters join ‘Senisim Pasin’ campaign

The event especially aims to advocate against gender-based violence through PNG Tribal Foundation’s ‘Senisim Pasin’ campaign.

The friendly game is an initiative of Advisor to the PNG – Australia Police Partnership (APP), Sergeant Dean Saddler, and SP PNG Hunters coach Michael Marum.

The ‘Senisim Pasin’ campaign is a strategic initiative of the PNG Tribal Foundation in alliance with the National Strategy for Responsible Sustainable Development (StaRS).

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Loop PNG aims to help parents and guardians all over Papua New Guinea to quickly find out which tertiary institution their children are accepted into.

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The UNITECH Acceptance list for 2017

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Loop PNG is aiming to help parents and students all over Papua New Guinea to quickly find out where their children will be accepted to go to regarding their applications to tertiary institutions they applied for.

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Marum confirms Korave being dropped from Hunters

“Adam has been dropped. I’ve actually spoken to him; he’s had a few problems throughout this year with his family especially.

“As a leader that we saw fit to lead the boys around the park all of this year, I think he didn’t lead well.

“The football side is ok, but it’s just the off field stuff. I’ve spoken to him, he’s going to go back and work his way back from the Digicel Cup,” said Marum.

The Hunters will go into pre-season training straight after the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup on December 4.

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Miss PNG, Kellyanne Limbiye needs support

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It was a proud moment for Papua New Guinea when Miss PNG 2015 Abigail Havora returned from the Miss Pacific Islands Pageant in Cook Islands last year with the regional queen title and crown.

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