Wantoks yearn for third win

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By HENRY MORABANG
COACH Eric Komeng will have to play his cards right when his Wantok boys take on sister club, POM South, in the NCD Public Servants Soccer competition at Bomana Police Training College Oval tomorrow.
As the competition enters week three, Wantoks have the upper hand, having won both opening matches and are looking forward to a third on the trot tomorrow.
Komeng will be relying on veteran Rodger Kareva, Kenneth Arah, Ila Kali, John Keta, Keith Ila and Don Koris to lead the charge against POM Souths.
Komeng said this would be a test and he was hoping for a positive result.
Nothing must be taken away from POM South as they are also vying for the first point of the season.
Komeng will be up against his coach Mathew Witu, who will be barking orders from the POM South reserve bench.
Witu will call on the services of Michael Opi, Heston Waki, Pais Mekcy, Vele Iamo and Brian Bogo.
Both teams play a similar style of football but the team with better match fitness will win the match.
The other matches will see Masters, led by John Kapi Natto, taking on School of Government (PNGIPA) and Steel Bars take on City United.
On Sunday, Andrew-Marampau’s Goldie take on Musa and Murat take on Valley Strikers.
Meanwhile, NCDPSSA president Vonnie Kapi Natto has strongly warned players against taking part in two competitions.
She has put some clubs on notice for allowing their players to move between the Port Moresby Soccer Association (PMSA) and NCDPSSA in the same season.
“I urge the players concerned to refrain from doing that or their club would be booted out of the competition.”

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