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This is an amazing time for Papua New Guinea and the PNGRFL.

This is the 3rd season for the PNG Hunters in the Intrust Super Cup. The first 2 seasons have been amazing, and with Super Cup Coach of the Year (2015) Marum returning for his third year at the helm of the PNG Hunters. Our coach will carry plenty of confidence into the 2016 campaign after taking our Hunters to last year’s preliminary final.

This has taken a great amount of effort, patience and detailed planning to get this team into this league and they have achieved outstanding results in the first 2 seasons. While the effort was made and achieved to get into the Intrust Super Cup, the next major task was to get the team ready, get the coaching staff and then set the goals of what we wanted to achieve. Well..we have done it. Keep following all the news here and on our FB page for all the updates.

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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...
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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....
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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...
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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...
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