The National, Friday 14th June 2013
THE Port Moresby Rugby League is the undisputed leader in providing community-based games that binds families and provides an opportunity.
In its SP league 2013 competition, the Under-19 division presents competitive games for the teens up to 19 years and prepares them for senior grade engagements.
The senior grade experience provides the players prerequisite for engagement at the Digicel Cup competition level which is the selection ground for the national duties as Kumuls, which is the doorway to opportunities outside the country in rugby league playing countries.
It is therefore up to the rugby league-minded youth themselves and the support they get from their families, schools and clubs to recognize this.
Given the appropriate attitude, advise, support and preparations, the sky is the limit.
Current trend, perception and statistics clearly indicate that rugby league is a career-path more so than just a past-time.
The rest is up to the individual.
With the above in mind and well-rehearsed, Parisco/PNG Ports Brothers club is moving ahead in leaps and bounds.
Brothers club has led the competition in this regard with its ability to attract multiple sponsorship while maintaining a competitve playing roster.