The Hela Wigmen will be going in as underdogs in the Digicel Cup grand final meet with Rabaul Agmark Gurias this Sunday at Lae Rugby League Oval.
The energetic young players will be banking on experienced guns Charlie Wabo and Joseph Omae.
Coach Andrew Andiki says the team has only been in the competition for three years and coming this far is a milestone achievement.
It's a budded side, already showing maturity in training and fully involved in acquiring skills out from seeded players like Kumul representative Charlie Wabo and veteran Joseph Omae.
It’s no secret when it comes to having the best possible side up and running in the field and executing the game plan.
Coach Andrew Andiki was confident on the commitment showcased both on and off the field and the areas of discipline were quite impressive since the beginning of the season.
Going in as underdogs and taking on the experienced Gurias outfit, who will be out in full force, will surely bring the hype right to the doorsteps of rugby league-mad provinces along the highlands highway.
Young William Mone, the coveted PRL ball boy, is now a star, taking up an important role in the team.
Mone will join forces with SP PNG Hunters' Stanton Albert while the team's big guns Charlie Wabo and Joseph Omae will no doubt be aiming for the season’s best result.
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