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August 4, 2021
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Hunters To Bounce

The SP PNG Hunters are looking to bounce back with the return of skipper Israel Eliab, who has been out for the last two gaames.

Winger Garry Lo will be up to repeat his last weekend’s impressive 110 metres runaway try. 


The Hunters runaway engine Garry Lo’s late spirited effort was a testament of his ability to create opportunities, despite losing the match to the Devils last weekend.


So far, the Hunters have bagged 6 wins from their 12 matches played and currently sit in third spot with 15 points.


Central Queensland Capras are in the second last spot on the competition ladder, however, will be up for a tough opposition on their News turf. 


Noel Zeming will fill in the outside centre position, while Thompson Teteh is sidelined, nursing injury. 


Sabastian Pandia has been stood down and heavily fined for a breach in the club’s code of conduct.


Locomotion David Loko returns to the side after serving out his time, for a code of conduct breach, and skipper  Israel Eliab is back to lead his pack after recovering from measles.  


Meanwhile, Hunters’ Bomana Camp in Port Moresby, will soon be relocated to Kokopo, in East New Britain.


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