Kamake taking PNG to new Heights

Last month Kamake proved how seriously he takes that role when he became the first Papua New Guinea native to become OFC B Licence accredited. OFC Technical Director Patrick Jacquemet says Kamake’s achievement should be acknowledged. “Gaining the OFC…

Hekari target top finish

Like any football club in PNG, Hekari has lived up to its motto that is No, Pain, No Gain and the drive, discipline, dedication and commitment given with right training regime has by far made Hekari one of the…

Coaches look forward for the clash

Speaking to local media in their press conference before the first match this afternoon, Solomon Islands coach Moses Toata and PNG coach, Flemming Serritslev both looked forward to playing their first international with their respective teams. “This is my…

Twenty-five players have been called in for a three days camp in Port Moresby which begins on Sunday and ends on Tuesday. During this 3 days camp players will go through technical/tactical session to bond and works together as…

U-20 wrap up Goroka camp

Cole, who flew out of the country yesterday for America via Brisbane, said in February the U20’s will assemble once again in Goroka where they would train until November when a final squad for the World Cup would be…

U-17 women gather momentum

Coach, Frederica Sakette said the majority of the squad is made up of the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games team that went to China last year. “We’ve got a handful of players that have really developed and pushed on…

PNG chasing a spot in Rio

After laying claim to their fourth consecutive Pacific Games title in July beating New Caledonia 1-0, the women are now one step closer to realising their dream. The PNG women will go out and have a game against the…

Watpore shares knowledge

For most of them, it was the first time to participate in any PNGFA-sanctioned tournament or for that matter, playing outside of their Warup soccer field — thanks to local woman Susan Watpore. Watpore who recently attended a OFC…

Goroka to host Highlands leg

She said the Papua New Guinea Football Association expected all highlands provinces to field men’s and women’s teams. “Any province or teams with just a men’s or a women’s team will not be allowed to participate in the tournament…

East Sepik Province to grow futsal

The three coaches, Clarence Hukahu (Futsal co-ordinator East Sepik), Gordon Tourevu (Nuigo Futsal Association) and Derek Maira (East Sepik coaching director) have been invited by the Papua New Guinea Football Association (PNGFA) to upgrade themselves. Hukahu said futsal was…