Port Moresby Rugby Football League (POMRFL)

MVIL Condemns Violence

In the A Grade match, Hohola Flies were leading Brothers 18-14 when the incident happened three minutes before full time.

MVIL has denounced the violence against match officials and called on PNGRFL to take appropriate actions in imposing strict penalties on those involved.

MVIL Managing Director, Michael Makap, said the match officials are human beings who deserve to be treated with decency and respect. They play a crucial role in ensuring that the game is played in a spirit of good competition and fairness.

POMRFL Elimination Round Continues

Elimination Round continues this weekend, before the top teams in the men’s, women’s and U20 divisions lock horns in the finals.

POMRFL Administrator Meke Maina said despite the many COVID-19 related setbacks, player vaccinations and the Digicel Cup grand final, POMRFL is on schedule and should see the successful closing of the 2021 season before the festive season. 
Meke expects the season to finish on a high note.

POMRFL grand final to be played this Sunday

This comes after the completion of the preliminary finals for the men’s divisions (A grade and U20) over the weekend.

In the men’s A grade grand final, Paga Panthers will go up against the Hohola Flies while in the men’s U20 division, defending champions take on Souths.

For the women’s, Royals will play Souths this Wednesday in the preliminary final. The winner will go on to meet the Paga Panthers in the grand final.

POMRFL’s Meke Maino said games will be played at field 2 of the NFS.