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August 2, 2021
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Hunters Ready To Celebrate Easter Weekend

The SP PNG Hunters are ready to celebrate the Easter Weekend with the Sunshine Coast Falcons at the Stockland Stadium, Australia.

The Falcons have yet to register a point on the ladder, while the Hunters, with a 36-26 victory over the Jets last weekend, will no doubt be going in for a thrilling showdown.

 

It will be another super Saturday with the SP PNG Hunters, as they continue their quest for the Intrust Super Cup Round 8 matches. 

 

The Hunters stopped Tweed Heads at the Kalabond Oval last weekend, after a draw with the Ipswich Jets outfit in round six of the campaign.

 

It was tit for tat in the first half of the match, as the pressure mounted on both sides.

 

Despite losing Mark Mexico to the Cronulla Sharks, the Hunters are now banking on the Wellington brothers, who have chipped in the younger sibling Stanton Albert.     

 

Albert will be making debut in the competition, but is currently still under the mentorship of the coaching staff, until he’s set to take the field.

 

The 19 year old from the Mendi Rugby League competition, found a spot in the Digicel Cup contender, the Hela Wigmen. From there on, he quickly made it into the driver’s seat, and would soon ride a gigantic wave in his rugby career.   

 

The Falcons were not lucky enough to register a point so far in the competition, and would be in force, hopeful for a double celebration including Easter Bunny making appearance, handling out eggs throughout the day of the match.

 

The four top teams after round 7 include Norths Devils and Northern Pride on 12 points each, Wynnum Seagulls and Ipwsich jets on 10 points while Hunters and Dolphins with 9, and followed closely by Bears and Magpies on 8 points each.

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