Members of the PNG Rugby Football Union will be looking to return from Auckland, with a school boys program to filter rugby players straight from high school into the professional arena.
The “Growing The Game” development workshop is to improve and enhance unions around the Oceania to develop an oriented age grade player pathway for children between the ages of 8-18.
Delegates are to visit Auckland Boy’s Grammar to assess and adopt their school boy’s rugby program.
As per their visit, PNGRFU Rugby Development Officers, Frank Genia and Sailosi Druma alongside women’s sevens coach, Elenoa Kunatuba, will have the opportunity to visit Auckland’s oldest rugby club, College Rifles Rugby Union Football.
Following their return, PNGRFU will be launching and introducing a new pathway where school kids will have a greater chance at excelling into the professional arena.
Countries attending the workshop are PNG, Australia, Cook Islands, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, and New Zealand.
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