Masks Distributed To Momase, H’lands Regions

Masks brought in under the PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum and Rotary’s 3.3 Million Masks Project, have landed in Lae and have started being distributed throughout the Momase and Highlands regions.

Wafi-Golpu Joint Venture’s, David Wissink, who is also Chairman of the Morobe Provincial

Momase women’s meet concludes

Present to receive the women’s recommendations was the Department of Community Development deputy secretary, Warren Marape.

In their resolution, the participants supported the move to reserve five seats for women in Parliament, where they also encouraged their peers to support one another if they wish to have fairer representation in national matters.

The deputy secretary advised the group that they will wait for the next lot of recommendations from the upcoming New Guinea Islands advocacy workshop before collating all the data.

Intense leadership, governance training underway

The 10 week training aims to develop a well-trained human resource serving in the public sector.

The 33 public servants from the district and provincial levels from Southern and Momase regions are into their second week of training at the Pacific Institute of Leadership and Governance in Port Moresby.

They are undertaking four crucial modules including leadership and governance, financial and fiscal management, human resource management and industrial relations and project management. 

Lae to savour big grand final day

President Alex Toki says this grand final will be one of the biggest in the history of soccer in the LFA and will feature all the 11 division teams, both women and men’s.

Toki says the grand final day will feature under 17, Under 20, Under 20 Reserves grade both men’s and women’s , 1st Division men’s, A League and Premiers.

Pendamon top Madang A-league

Pendamon with 30 points are leading the competition  after their final match this week with a goal against Momase Football Club, the runners up with 18 points.

Papua New Guinea prolific national striker Nil Hans,  who plays for Pendamon,  sent a long range shoot in  the 85th minute which the Momase goal keeper couldn’t save.

Momase put on a strong combination in the second half and had several chances but couldn’t convert the efforts into something meaningful in the net.

Most of their key players did not turn up which was a setback for them in that game.

Heli Niugini Warriors hopeful

The Warriors are now one win away from the grand final of the Nixon Duban Cup.

The last time the Warriors played in a grand final was in 2010 when they lost to Royals 8-6 and in 2007 they also lost to fellow Divine Word University student-dominated team, Ela Diwai.

This year being the 10th anniversary of the Warriors club’s foundation, the Heli Niugini-sponsored ourfit is hopeful for a positive outcome.

In the other semi finals match on Tuesday Pythons beat PNG Toner & Ink Supplies Panthers 8-4.

Momase junior golf clinic a hit

Bolton conducted the training clinics in Lae, Ramu and Madang recently with the support of the BSP Junior Golf Development Program.

He was pleased with the outcome and attributed the success to the golfers’ commitment in participation and training.

“The kids are keen to learn and are spending time with trainers, resulting in positive outcomes,” he said.

He also believes there is potential and is optimistic that elite golfers will come out of the Momase region.