The event took place at the Coles Oval and was witnessed by staff of BPNG, AFL PNG and Port Moresby AFL.
In handing over the key, Governor of the Bank of Papua New Guinea, Loi Bakani, said BPNG was continuing to working closely with AFL PNG and sponsors to ensure this year’s competition runs smoothly, especially in the senior division.
“The Hilux belonged to BPNG but is still in good running condition. It was fully serviced before being given to Port Moresby AFL,” said Bakani.
Chairman of AFL PNG, John Kali, thanked BPNG, saying the presentation of a vehicle was a timely donation that will further help develop the code.
He also reminded Port Moresby AFL to be responsible when using the vehicle.
“Assets come with responsibility and accountability. There must be rules of conduct when using the vehicle so it can be properly utilised for the Port Moresby AFL competition,” said Kali.