“Coming off a huge loss last week, it hurt our pride. We’ve always made this trip to PNG something that’s been very special to our group.
“To know how hard the Hunters work in their football, how many sessions they do in a week, to know they’re coached professionally and the facilities and with a stadium like this now.
“We actually call the NFS our Mt. Everest, we wanted to climb Mt. Everest and be one of those teams that could walk away from here with the pride of saying we were able to get a win.