MARUM CONFIRMED KUMUL COACH, EXTENDS HUNTERS TERM

Incumbent PNG LNG Kumuls coach Michael Marum has been confirmed to guide the national rugby league team into the 2017 Rugby League World Cup. PNG Rugby Football League chairman Sandis Tsaka said his Board ratified the appointment of Marum as PNG LNG Kumuls coach at...

Hunters survive scare from Jets

The PNG Hunters still remain unbeaten at home after defeating the defending premiers Ipswich Jets in an entertaining and tight affair in Port Moresby last night. In the end, a penalty goal from Hunters playmaker Ase Boas in the 77th minute proved to be the difference....

Hunters snap away losing streak v Gulls

The PNG Hunters returned to form with a 40-10 win over the Tweed Heads Seagulls at Piggabeen Sports Complex this afternoon. The visitors – who have struggled to win their away games this season – played some enterprising football (and enjoyed some luck) in their...

Hunters snatch last minute win

The PNG Hunters are still unbeaten at National Football Stadium after defeating South Logan 22-20 in an entertaining affair. Co-captain Noel Zeming scored the match winner just on the fulltime to break the hearts of the Magpies, who were left to rue some costly goal...

The PNG Hunters Show Their Support for the Youth of PNG 

The PNG Hunters showed their support for the Youth Of PNG at the launch of the Youth Blood Drive on World Blood Donor Day on June 14th. Don’t miss the boys showing off their dance moves in the Spread the Red videos available on the Youth Blood Drive Facebook page: ...

Hunters in fourth place

After returning to the winners circle over the weekend, the SP Hunters sit in fourth place in the Intrust Super Cup. From 13 rounds, the Hunters are on 18 points (8 wins, 4 losses and 1 bye). Points difference of a 100 is what separates the Hunters from the third...

PNG make biggest gains in new Rugby League World Ranking

Papua New Guinea, who will host a group in the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, were the big winners after the southern hemisphere international weekend, moving up three places to eleventh in the new world rankings. The Kumuls beat seventh-ranked Fiji 24-22 and the impact...

SP Hunters players get a look in by overseas clubs

Two SP Hunters players have been given “train and trial” opportunities with NRL clubs while the third has been contracted to another Intrust Super Cup club. Kato Ottio has joined the Canberra Raiders while Warren Clare is bound for Cronulla Sharks on “train &...