The National, Monday 19th December 2011
PORT Moresby Rugby Football League (POMRFL) board is warning six clubs who have defaulted to submit their documents before Dec 31 or they will be penalised.
POMRFL board chairman Labi Amaiu said last week that they had a week to submit their 2011 financial report and the meeting minutes on the election of their executives.
He said the clubs knew who they were and should submit the documentation to the Port Moresby rugby league football manager MacKenzie (Meke) Maino or to the POMRFL board secretary Jamuga Stone.
Amaiu warned that those clubs who failed to adhere to the board’s instructions would find themselves booted out of the competition, and will make way for clubs coming through Port Moresby Suburban Sports Association – rugby league competition.
He is appealing to clubs to submit their outstanding documents because there were many clubs knocking on the door for inclusion in the competition.
He also reminded the clubs to recruit qualified coaches who possessed Level One coaching certificates and above next season.
“If we want to improve the coaching style in Port Moresby, these are some of the things the clubs must employ in preparation for next season,” he said.