By Tere Alex – EM TV, Port Moresby
It’s all done and dusted and the green is back, the Murray Barracks Oval will be a home to Port Moresby Rugby League for another four years after a five-year deal was signed by the Murray Barracks and the Port Moresby League Board.
The season may have ended, but the prestige of the competition is treasured and continues through Intercity Games – the Digicel Cup.
Players came through this pathway will not deny the fact of how tough the competition can be.
The management may change, but the League still remains hopeful to move up a notch every season.
PRL Competition Manager, Meke Maino, made his stance known to assist the 2015 season while extending his appreciation to the corporate support received so far.
Maino said, PRL will go the extra mile to stage another fruitful season next year.
Maino has been faithful, rendering his service to Port Moresby Rugby League ever since.
He’s a familiar face at the grounds, even though Lloyd Robson oval is currently under redevelopment.
Maino spoke highly of the support received so far this season.
With just a night away for Christmas and six days to go before 2015, Maino has given his assurance that he won’t rest until he welcomes another PRL season.
The competition remains the domain for the semi-professional Inter City Cup, and the National side.