Sailas praises CPL for introducing incentives for players


Papua New Guinea Hunters hooker Gahuna Sailas has commended City Pharmacy Limited (CPL) Group of Companies for providing incentives to the Queensland Intrust Super Cup side.
CPL marketing manager Regina Narakobi on Wednesday presented a K500 shopping voucher to Sailas after the 23-year-old put on a man-of-the-match performance in the Hunters’ 24-22 victory over the Souths Logan Magpies at the National Football Stadium on Sunday.
“I thank CPL for providing this incentive to the Hunters,” said Silas, who was signing T-shirts for shoppers who spent more than K150 at Stop & Shop Harbour City.
“It will help motivate our players to improve on their game.”
Sunday’s match was his first game back for the Hunters after being released at the end of 2018.
Narokobi told The National that CPL had taken the approach to empower the Hunters.
“It is also our vision to help the community” she said.
Narakobi said the vouchers would be awarded at every home game.
Previous voucher winners were Junior Rop and Brendon Gotuno.