Team Kumul is confident for a successfulWorld Cup Challenge underthe lLeadersip of Mal Meninga.
Mal Meninga worked wonders for the Queensland Maroons and believePNG Kumuls can learn some valuable lessons inthe lead up to 2013World Cup Challenge.
Meninga is confident thatthe boys will execute an outstanding performance when taking on Scotland in a pre-world cup match.
“I get a lot of enjoyment out of being involved withthe Kumuls. It’s very satisfying to put back intothe game of rugby league in Papua New Guinea” says Meninga. “I’ve been coming here for such a long time and it’s good to see that everyone is aligned and it’s also good to seethe government aligned withPNG Rugby League”.
Players know what to expect both on and off field. Vipers inside Centre and current Kumul Player Richard Kambo believes in on- field discipline.
“Communication isthe biggest thing in every game of rugby league. To win a game you have bethe better talk inside, and also have discipline when you’re attacking or in defence,” says Kambo.
Team Kumul high performance training camp has ensured players are well equipped intheir ball handling and tackling, and on field communication is paramount.
The Teams schedule is out includingthe Prime Minister’s XIII challenge which will be held onthe 29th of September atthe Kalaond Oval in Kokopo, East New Beitain Province.
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