PNG Billiards and Snooker vice-president, John Chan, said the event will feature 40 players.
“Registration and nomination is K150 per player if you play in the Port Moresby Pacific MMI competition. It’s K200 if you don’t play in the Pacific MMI competition.
“The briefing and draws will be done on the evening of Monday May 29 at the Lamana Q Club. The event will start the next day and end with the finals of Saturday June 3,” said Chan.
Chan expressed his thanks to the National Gaming Control Board for the third consecutive year. He also extended his appreciation to other sponsors, including Street Scene, Strickland Agencies and The National.
Acting director of the Community Benefit Fund - NGCB, Haro Setae, said the company was proud to support women in snooker, and sports as a whole in PNG.
“May the best team win,” said Setae.
(PNG women’s champion Geua John, left, giving a few pointers to Haro Setae in the presence of John Chan)