Training squads named

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THE Northern Confederate Schoolboys competition has released the names of the training squads after the staging of the selection trials over the weekend at Lae Rugby League.
The selection trials was made possible by the sponsorship of Kumul Petroleum Holdings Ltd (KPHL) in collaboration with the Papua New Guinea Rugby Football League.
Confederate director Robin Iveke told The National that only schools in Lae took part in the trials but the confederate usually had teams from Kainantu and Ramu taking part in the schoolboys rugby league competition since the programme came into place. “We only have Lae because of the Coronavirus and believe that next year after this game we will have Lae, Kainantu and Ramu and hopefully Madang coming in,” he said.
“We do have school competitions being played in Wewak but because of transportation cost they cannot make it over.
“I sympathise with them but I like this to be bigger and better next year for the confederate.”
Northern Confederate squads: Under-14 — Jeffrey Bagelo, Noah Tuksy, Randaison Yassa, Joshua Kiandu, Foster Ravinnie, Franky Kiandu, Garli Geana, Magau Kapi, Kalas Jack, Brie Kaupa, Jack Buindal, Paisy Gese, Ben Eremas, John Philip, McTyson Palangan, Steven Enga, Norman Joseph, Jacob Dalibe, Theodore Thed and Jacob Issac; U16 — Terence Dawa, Benjamen Atua, Emmanuel Miall, Mondo Joffe, Marley Patrick, Reuben Lakau, Mathew Yawa, Bryan Penale, Aron Mark, Nigel Willie, Joshua Miall, Mathew Mesmin, Manu Tenbon, Simon Maimo, Daniel Tantop, Nawe Kevin, Willie Mathew, Rocky Pamundi, Ezrah Kapi, Tonny Aseneo and Renick Mark; U18 — Jeremy Gimbo, Carlos Lung, Cedrick Misereu, Ravu Vui, Felman Esrom, Ferman Laku, Jordan Miopa, McEmmanuel Geofferson, Linson Yamu, Joshua Papa, Israel Napi, Sebastine Benson, Andy Michael, Brando Vali, Tyron Maima, Joshua Gewa, Martin Randa, Philip Wamp, Ford Joseph, Pridely Mai and Maya Tusa.
Under-18 girls: Yolanda Kita-Country1, McClaudia Paul-city1, Stephanie Langi-City1, Kennisha Beeps-Country1, Renifa Joseph-City2, Daniela Tapu-Country1, Gorethy Julius-City2, Belinda David-City2, Georgina Moses-City1, Charmaine Maliaki-Country1, Lenitha Koral-Country1, Sandra Tepra-City1, Rosana Arnold-City2, Miria John-Country2, Michaella Roger-Country1, Rachael Paulus-Country, Meivin Kasaring-Country2, Havilah Elias-City2, Julian Las-City2, Petrolina Elizah-City2, Wamila Miopa-Country2, Kamalyn Yure-City1, Latisha Nohnah-City1, Awi Anjolin-City2 and Bella Pwesei-Country2.

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