The Mosquitoes, who scored first, led for most of the game. They then held for the whole of the game by annihilating South Africa with a final score of 113 points to South Africa’s 4.Read more
The current PNG Mosquitoes, participating in the International Cup Title 2017, has 7 to 8 overseas-based players who came through the AFLPNG player pathway program, to find themselves playing for respective clubs in both Queensland and Victoria.Read more
As defending Champions of the 2014 title, the PNG Mosquitoes are hoping to retain their win once more and to stand out as the first country to win back to back the international cup.Read more
Nauru, putting their game plan together saw them strike back at the Mozzies in the third quarter, scoring two goals and a couple of behinds.
With 40 points difference between the two teams, Mosquitoes held on tight in the last quarter as they were chased by Nauru.
With less then six minutes on the clock, the Mozzies added another goal and a behind bribing their score up to 84 points.Read more
Some of these countries include india, Pakistan, Japan, Indonesia and others including PNG. To mark the opening ceremony of the 6th International Cup Tournament, participating countries were asked to visit the government house, to meet and great and hear a few welcome remarks from Victoria Governor and Minister for Sports.
After the opening remarks and speeches, teams made their way to the popular MCG stadium, where the countries made an opening entrance, showcasing their team colours and country of origin.
The tournament kick-started today and saw the 2014 International Cup favourite, the PNG Mosquitoes take on their 2014 rival, Ireland.Read more
As final selection nears for the players, training is becoming their absolute priority. With 45 men and 35 women in the train-on squads, the teams are only a few days away from the announcement of the final teams, which should have 30 women and 30 men.Read more
The camp delivered the best opportunity for the swimmers to improve their swimming in a positive and healthy learning environment.
Program coordinators Greg Fasala and Adam Hosking from West Brisbane Aquatics, in Australia, managed the program. This was with the aim to encourage and motivate the swimmers to prepare well for the 12th Oceania Championships.Read more
As the national women’s coach, Muri says selecting a national squad for the women’s team will be a tough decision…Read more
Team Captain, John James Lavai, says after months of hard training, the boys are almost prepared for the event.Read more
Gold medal winner, Nigel Bana, who was the victor in the 60-kilogram Division for PNG in the 2015 Pacific Games.Read more