In this episode:
The National Soccer League officially kicked off as franchise teams in both Lae and here in the Nations Capital played host to high level soccer competition. Hekari were given a scare after a missed penalty early on by Eastern Stars Felix Bondaluk could have given them the lead and in the opening match that day, Oro and Admiralty FC played out a hard fought draw.
The Bisini Diamonds continued with more matches in the Port Moresby Mens softball league as league leaders Gazelle thumped a hapless bears and PNG Power took on the Manta Rays, who have struggled all season. We caught up with PNG Power’s Esikiel Tovia jnr and Ray’s coach Robin Malusan after the match.
Rita Flynn has been pushed into overdrive with the Private Company’s netball competition. Last week datec pipped a fighting Australian High commission team and this week, it was the bankers in Westpac who were the new contenders.
Well, for our swimmers at the Boroko swimming club, they are very thankful to the yauth club for being so generous in sponsoring the swimmers to come and use the gym at yauth club. Swimmers are now able to do their trainings in both in pool and in the gym as they are preparing themselves for all upcoming swimming tournaments and championships. We managed to get an interview with Interim General Manager about the use of the gym by our swimmers.
We also managed to catch up with one of PNGs, youngest swimming sensation Stanford Kawale – Stanford is now in the country and is doing his regular training sessions on the weekends.
Stanford who turned 18 represented PNG at Fina World Championships in Spain and the pacific games in New Caledonia.
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