Kumuls

Segeyaro: My football will do the talking

“Seeing we’ve got plenty options in the hooking role from how the Hunters went this season, I’m just really pleased and excited to be back and part of this team.

“No disrespect to the previous teams, but I think this one of the best PNG teams selected,” said Segeyaro.

Segeyaro added he has settled well into camp and the team is raring to go.

In response to the backlash from many Papua New Guineans over his decision to never play for the Kumuls again, the 27 year old from Eastern Highlands and East New Britain said everyone has a right to an opinion.

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Hundreds queue up for PM'sXIII match

The driveway into the stadium gates are fully packed as people with tickets stand in line from the gates all the way out to the street and onto the main driveway while some are looking for tickets.

Police units were also deployed to the area to maintain security around the perimeter.

City residents, families, fans and supporters also dressed in PNG colors as they marched to the stadium.

Gates will open at 1:30pm and close at 5pm after the game kick off at 4pm.

ExxonMobil: Kumuls are ambassadors and role models

ExxonMobil PNG, which is the operator of the PNG LNG project has been the major sponsor of the Kumuls since 2013. 

Managing Director for ExxonMobil, Andrew Barry said the PNG LNG family will be cheering on the PNG LNG Kumuls when they take on Fiji Bati next week.

“We congratulate the players who have been selected to play for the PNG LNG Kumuls.

Menzie Yere shines again.

The 31-year-old - who also crashed over for four tries the previous week - was again unstoppable near the try-line as the Eagles consolidated third place in the second tier championship with a resounding victory. 

Yere is already the Eagles' all-time record try-scorer and this recent seven-try haul has taken his tally to 153 from 195 games.

Dion Aiye was also amongst the try-scorers for Whitehaven as the Cumbrians recovered from 0-12 down to defeat Hunslet 28-12 with Kumuls team-mate Jessie Joe Parker also playing his part in the victory.