Macdonald proud of PNG heritage

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KUMULS star and Cronulla Sharks winger Nene Macdonald says he is proud of his Papua New Guinea heritage.
The Kairuku native, who has played 97 National Rugby League games and scored 35 tries so far, said in his independence greetings to the country that he was proud of representing PNG.
“Happy 45th anniversary to my beautiful country,” said the 26-year old, who also had stints with the Sydney Roosters, Gold Coast Titans, St George Ilawara Dragons and North Queensland Cowboys.
“I’m always proud of where I come from and feel blessed to be from such a unique country with more than 800 languages and over a thousand tribes. So diverse.
“And to be a part of the team (Kumuls) that brings the whole country together in happiness is a blessing to me.”

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