After an intense two months under the guidance of Brumbies expertise coaches, Nick Leah and Ben Noffcot, the PNG Seven’s boys are finally back on home soil.
Following a circuit of strength and conditioning training programs, the size and stamina of each individual Pukpuk looked nothing but, impressive.
Arriving just past 7.30pm, after a day of travelling yesterday evening, the team got to an 8am start this morning and are all geared up and prepared for their journey to Glasgow, come Saturday.
These last 4 days in the Nation’s Capital are no excuse for leisure time; the boys are expected to keep up with the fast paced schedule, and maintain the level of professionalism acquired while under the strict Brumbies player regime.
With the guidance of senior players, Emmanuel Guise and Stanis Susuve both debutants for the national sevens side, are now showing great confidence in both themselves and the team.
“With the guidance of senior and experienced players in the team, we were able to adapt well and learn a lot, which has contributed to the growth of us as individual players”, says Susuve.
These Commonwealth Games will act as a platform, in which Coach Verebula is looking to use as a way of changing the image, and uplifting the spirits of Sevens rugby in Papua New Guinea.
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