Public Servants football set for Bomana

The National, Thursday July 14th, 2016

THE National Capital District Public Servants Soccer Association president Vonnie Kapi Natto was overwhelmed with the attendance of clubs in the first week of pre-season played at Bomana Police College field over the weekend.
Despite the remoteness of the field at Bomana, she was pleased to see players from Gerehu, who played for the love of the game.
“The majority of the players have great enthusiasm to take part, especially those who were not involved with the NSL,” Kapi Natto said.
She reminded the clubs and players that the season-proper would  start at the end of the month.
The season ends in November.
Natto said clubs wishing to field teams in the A-League and B-League needed have both a men and the women’s team.
Clubs wishing to play in the A-League should also field Under-19 and U17 (boys) and the U15 girls teams. Those wishing to take part in B-League can have just a senior men and women’s side.
She said there were 15 other teams on stand-by, who are willing to meet the requirements, however the first preference would be given to the teams from last year: Wantoks, City United FC, PNGIPA FC, Murats FC, Valley Stikers FC, Buria FC, Musa FC and FC Amuana.
NCDPSSA secretary Paul Isorua said those 10 clubs wouldn’t need to pay the affiliation just player registration.
Kapi Natto said the NCDPSSA cancelled last season because of a lack of a playing venue.
She thanked the Bomana Police College for allowing the competition the use of their field.