THE AFL Port Moresby BSP Super Series Premiership shoot out will start tomorrow at the University of Papua New Guinea AFL Oval between the Uni Bulldogs, Port Power, the Tigers and the Kwila Cats.
The core of the players entered into the player’s draft are under the age of 23 who have come through the AFLPNG Coca-Cola Talent Path over the last three years while a number of older participants were drafted into the sides to allow for team leadership.
On show will be some of the best junior talent playing AFL football from Port Moresby and in PNG.
The competition will boast playing in it AFLPNG Scholarship holders Ammua Pirika, Stanis Susuve, Emmanuel Tupia, Emmaus Wartovo and a number of other scholarship holders who have arrived back in the country after there participation in Australia under the AFPNG Coca-Cola Talent Pathway.
Realising the level of talent which will be on show during the five-week BSP Super Series, the Coolangattta Blues Football Club from Gold Coast, Australia, are offering the best two unattached players in the Super Series and opportunity to join the club in the Division 1 League of AFL Queensland.
Cooly Blues representative, Grant McKenzie said the club realised the level of talent up in PNG and were eager to make new signings.