Intrust Super Cup 2021

Hunters Arrive Home

Despite a challenging year for the boys, having picked up wins on the last two matches to end the season, the boys are back home just in time for Independence, but unfortunately will be spending it in quarantine.

The SP PNG Hunters returned with a squad that has gathered enormous experience, including a dozen of players who made their Intrust Super Cup debut, and developed a bond that will reap rewards in the years to come.

 

Hunters aim for winning finale

SP PNG Hunters want to finish a season of sacrifice on a winning note against a team bound for the Intrust Super Cup playoffs in Saturday’s season finale at Bycroft Oval.

ISC round 8 wrap

The Mackay Cutters left empty handed after a heart-breaking final minute loss to their rivals.

Playing a man down for much of the contest, the Cutters matched the Pride step for step until a final minute try sealed their fate in the thriller.

On Sunday, Tweed Heads Seagulls recorded their biggest winning margin since 2015 with a 54-12 defeat against Brisbane Tigers at Piggabeen Sports Complex, proving they are a genuine contender in the Intrust Super Cup competition.

Hunters Settling Well

PNG Hunters Coach, Matthew Church said leaving home is never easy and there was a mix of nervousness and excitement before departure but since arriving, the boys are in good spirits.