Lae police ready for Intrust Cup Game game

Meantime, this will be the first time the Hunters will play a Queensland Intrust Cup Game in Lae.

Lae Metro Police boss Anthony Wagambie Jnr said police expect a massive turn out of people coming in into Lae from other Morobe districts and provinces even.

He said police operations will be in full swing to ensure the match is played without disruption.

Lae’s Mobile Squad 13 have returned from Madang after operations and will be deployed to the Lae League along with other police units.

The Defence Force at Igam Barracks will have a Platoon deployed to assist with crowd and perimeter control as well.

Police have warned they will not allow any offensive weapons, no alcohol and no one under the influence will be allowed to enter the game premises.

Wagambie assured the public that security will be well taken care of.

He only asked that the public behaved and respect each other during the match.

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