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January 19, 2022
PNG Games Sport

Karate-Do Hopes to See More Reps Come Out from 7th PNG Games

At least 13 provinces will participate at this year’s PNG Games, more than the number required for the games.

In an interview with Karate-Do President, Karl Mari, he says from the response he received from associations around the country to commit to the games has been overwhelming.

He says, PNG Games is a great avenue for individuals to showcase their skills.

He also commended the people behind the talents who continue to strive and work hard for what they believe in – that is in producing some of the country’s young talents in becoming future representatives of PNG.

Mari encouraged those participating in the games to compete at their best and to be great ambassadors.

Meanwhile, top 4 Karate-Do fighters who are currently training at the Aquatic Indoor Sports Centre, will represent the federation at this year’s Pacific Mini Games in Port Vila, Vanuatu from December 4th to 15th.

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