SP PNG Hunters

Hunter Borana out with ankle injury

When asked  about his injury he said: "It’s just the twisted ankle so I’ll be out for about two weeks ,I’m just concentrating on my recovery at the moment and hopefully I get better soon".

Borana was part of the 2014 U19 PNG Nines team that won the Inaugural Commonwealth Rugby League Championship in Glasgow.

He was recruited from the Lae based Snax Tigers last year and has been a  consistent performer for the PNG Hunters side especially playing second row.

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Locals set up roadblock in fear of ‘take over’


Baruni Villagers in Central Province are taking necessary measures to protect themselves.

Policeman faces murder charge


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Relief supplies given to 6000 people


More than 6000 people at Mogulu area, Western Province, witnessed the distribution 35 tons of rice last Friday.

Warrant out for Enga family


Marum credits win to team work

Hunters returned to Port Moresby today after defeating Cutters 34-20 last Saturday night at Mackay in round five of the Intrust Super Cup 2016 season.

Coach Michael Marum said on arrival that the win was good for the team despite a lot of traveling leading up to the match.

Marum said everyone played their part to achieve victory.

“It was good to see most players putting in extra effort with the bench players coming in as well.

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VC: UPNG infrastructure a time bomb


Little to no maintenance of buildings at the University of Papua New Guinea has resulted in most of its infrastructure being labelled as a time bomb.

Hunters register win against Cutters by 14-point lead

Hunters home-game team named

This is the Hunters first home game for the season, that will kick off at 6:30pm at the National Football Stadium in Port Moresby and will be telecast live on TVWAN Sports.

Co-captain Adam Korave will play his first game for the year after being added to the bench following suspension.

Adex Wera and Atte Bine will also return from suspension for the first home game this season for the Hunters.

Hunters  are confident of a better challenge after winning two of their away games and are currently running second on the Intrust Cup ladder.

PNGRFL board thanks sponsors and Government

This has changed the level of Rugby from a park activity into a semi-professional and now professional level.

We would like to thank the Prime Minister of Peter O’Neil and the Minister for sports Justin Tkatchenko for working together with the rugby league family of sponsors to give the opportunity for our young elite athletes in rugby league to play at that level, says PNGRFL Chairman Sandis Tsaka.

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PNG needs food market system         


6.1 million people in Papua New Guinea depend on Agriculture for their livelihood.

Kerema police yet to recapture escapees


Zeming and Korave to lead Hunters

SP Hunters Coach Micheal Marum announced their names adding they are potential leaders that the management has confidence in to lead the team.

“I want to thank the coaching staff for the confidence in me and Adam to lead the boys for this season. I know it’s a big task but I believe in the boys for cooperation,” Zeming said.

He said being under the leadership of Coach Micheal Marum and former captain Israel Eliab in the past two years has given him a bit of courage to lead.

Hunters 2016 season launch

During the launch, Coach Micheal Marum announced the captains and his 25 players for the 2016 season.

The Team has been trimmed from a 36 men squad to the final 25 which will be led by Co-Captains Noel Zeming for the backrowers and Adam Korave for the forwards.

“This season we are starting with 25 players and out of the 25 players we have 9 new boys,” Marum said.