Uncertainty and speculation fills the air as the Capital Rugby Union is now posed with their biggest task ahead.
Monier Bava Rugby Park is expected to undergo reconstruction and a facelift within the next few weeks.
This poses a threat to the Capital Rugby Union Competition, as they will now have to look for alternative venues halfway into the progression of their competition.
In conjunction with the National Government, all sporting facilities and venues, including Monier Park, will undergo construction.
The Capital Rugby Union is now faced with the challenge of finding an alternative venue prior to the 1st of June. This now leaves the general public and rugby fraternity concerned as to whether or not the competition will be affected; where it will be staged and played to its completion.
Players were under the impression that in the next two weeks, they will be heading over to Kila Kila, where the competition will be hosted through to the end.
Given the dilemma faced by the rugby community, this poses a major concern for players, coaches and the general public.
Lack of proper facilities which include inherent fencing, spectator facilities and goal posts, are evident factors as to why the competition should not be held at Kila Kila.
Competition Interim Organizer for CRU, Paul Joseph, has given assurance that the situation is under control.
General Manager for PNGRFU, Al Manning, justifies his role in the current situation at hand.
Upcoming events such as the NPC trials which are to be held in Port Moresby, and even the national team’s training sessions, will all be affected in the delay of the selection of an alternative venue.
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