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Mungkas remain supremacy in PMSA competition

Mungkas dominated University on Saturday and remain supremacy in the Port Moresby Soccer Association competition with a 6-1 win in a replay of last year’s grand final men’s premier league.

PMSA Competition manager Paul Karambi described Mungkas as a club that had faith in their young charges to deliver.

“Those players went on the field and performed,” Karambi said.

“With most young players and few senior players, the team did what their coach David Passam told them to do.

“I think University relied too much on their old players to step up and the game was open for both sides to win.

“But when they conceded some goals, their morale went down.

“We saw Mungkas dominating through the middle and that’s why they finished off with a big win.”

In the other premier league match on Saturday, PS Ruts and FC Genesis played out a 1-1 draw.

“FC Genesis were tipped to win, considering they had experienced players like Andrew Lepani and Michael Foster,” Karambi said.

“The young PS Ruts lost a lot of senior players to other teams, but that didn’t stop them from putting up a strong performance.”

Meanwhile in the men premier league on Sunday, Keleiruna proved strong for Cosmos defeating them 5-1.

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