Petroleum Resources Kutubu Mendi Muruks have vowed to go one step futher intheir quest to winthe semi-professional Rugby League Challenge.
Muruks were hit by a dilemma this year asthey plunged to last onthe ladder but are already aiming high for the 2014 season.
Formerly known asthe Maybe and Johnson Mendi Muruks, this Rugby League club has been home to many talents who’ve come and gone.
Last year’s Digicel Cup runners up were hit hard this season when former franchise owner Maybe and Johnson failed to renew its sponsorship resulting in many loyal and big name players walking offthe club.
The 2013 semi-professional Digicel Cup Rugby League season hasn’t been all that kind tothe former glamour team.
Petroleum Resources Kutubu Muruks have been beaten and dropped to last onthe ladder, but what’s more inspiring, is all that is now a thing ofthe past.
Withthe help of sponsors and a group of patriotic Southern Highlanders atthe forefront Mendi Muruks is aiming high and plan to go far with long time players Reuben Ruing sharing his experience withthe club.
ther youngsters Joshua Mosley, Jepeth Pua and hard man Andrew Beka have vowed to stick withthe Muruks through thick and thin.
The 2013 Digicel Cup season may have been a catastrophic year for the Mendi Muruks, but with new sponsors; PRK, Kiburu Lodge, Construct Oceanic Limited, Heli Solutions, and Members of Parliamen…raw talent from withinthe Province can be developed starting with a major fundraising dinner onthe 15th of this month atthe Dynasty Restaurant in Port Moresby.
Prime Minister Peter O’Neill, member for Ialibu Pangia is expected to be guest speaker.
Pictured: Mendi Muruks long time player, Reuben Ruing.
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