by Bethanie Harriman – EM TV News, Lae
The Coca-Cola Ipatas cup set to seep into untouched rubgy league zones to scout raw talent.
East and West Sepik Province are soccer strongholds that will take part in the competition this season.
Coca- Cola Ipatas Cup Chief Executive Officer, Timothy Lepa, said the PNGRFL affiliated completion is set for another big season.
“We have cut Northern Zone off, because we have East and West Sepik coming on board,” said Lepa.
The Coca-Cola Ipatas is almost sixteen years old the cup challenge has gained the reputation of producing some of Papua New Guinea Kumul’s best.
The competition has reached untouched places where the game is alive, Yalibu- pangia, Tari and Kutubu.
“We are going to the door step and looking for raw talent in the rural areas,” said Lepa.