The PNG Kumuls thrashed Wales at the Oil Search National Football Stadium on Sunday.
The scoreline stood at 50 points to six.
Kumuls captain David Mead created history, scoring three tries.
His first try came in the 4th minute of the game after a set play from five eight Ase Boas.
Five minutes later, he was over the line again in a similar fashion to his first try. Nene McDonald would grabbed himself a try after muscling his way past two Wales defenders.
The kicking duties were handed over to Rhyse Martin, after Ase failed to convert the first two tries.
The Kumuls were running hard over Wales, with a few players from Wales being sent off.
Kato Otio got his first try after a classy grubber kick from Watson Boas.
Big Wellington Albert crossed over in the final 2 minutes of the first half to extend the Kumuls lead.
The score remained 26-nil at half time.
In the 2nd half, the Kumuls continued their dominance scoring first through Rhyse Martin, who backed his first with another few minutes later.
The Kumuls right wing was outstanding in the second half with Justin Olam grabbing a try off a kick from Rhyse.
Mead scored his third try after a grubber from Sharks hooker, James Segeyaro.
Kumuls veteran, Paul Aiton, grabbed himself a try after a hard run off of a Baptise pass.
Than right on the final hooter, Wales got themselves a consolation try after a fumble in the try line from Kumuls winger, Gary Lo.
The Kumuls will play Ireland at the Oil Search National Football this week.