The National, Friday June 15th, 2012
By HENRY MORABANG
PORT Moresby Super League soccer competition will enter round six this weekend at Bisini Soccer ground.
The Port Moresby School of Excellence (POMSOE) side continue to hold the top spot on better goal percentage ahead of Yamaros.
Both POMSOE and Yamaros shared 14 points apiece on the competition ladder.
POMSOE under the watchful eyes of Wayne Taylor have been displaying some outstanding football matches against their opponents in recent weeks.
This weekend, POMSOE is likely to field a similar side which would include Cyril Muta, Daniel Taylor, Samson Poesi, Brett Seriba, Martin Lorenz, Jonah Tokiong and John Ray to take on Momase.
The Momase game always revolves around midfielder Richard Matanga and fullback Junior Sasu.
Both have been instrumental in holding the boys from the Gerehu suburb together with the fatherly guidance from coach Rosen Matanga.
The match should be very interesting to watch.
In the other matches, University should give Mungkas a good run for their money while PS Rutz and Spartans should spark off some fireworks in the “Wanples Clash” between the Sepiks and Manusians.
PS Ruts are currently fourth on the ladder while Spartans on fifth spot.
They game should see who continue their climb on the ladder.
Rutz player-maker Paul Komboi, Ken Gule, John Baulo and Frank Tulem will lead their young charges against Spartans.
Spartans striker Ravu Habuka should fire upfront while Kialou Pouru should control the midfield for the Manusians.
Those who have not watched football at Bisini for long time should come and watch this match which should be a thrilling encounter.
Cosmos have been on fire lately and should give Yamaros a good run for the money.
Yamaros will start as favourite while Cosmos led by Gary Moka, Joshua Niebo and Fabian Bagi should put up a good fight.
The points ladder as of last weekend;, POMSOE 14, Yamaros 14, Cosmos 13, PS Rutz 12, Spartans 9, Mungkas 8, YMC 6, University 6, Defence 6, Momase 5