between the PNG Kumuls and Tonga next month.
Papua New Guinea Rugby Football
League chairman Sandis Saka made that observation yesterday at the conclusion of
the grand final match between the Hela Wigmen and Rabaul Gurias at the ground
Saka said two of the biggest factors which could see that
happening was the good crowd behaviour amid increased security and the
involvement Queensland Intrust Cup referee Robert Gallacher.
cannot happen without a lot of people putting in their efforts, thank you to the
referees whom we brought over from Queensland to give an air of neutrality to
the game, they did a wonderful job today,” he said.
“Today was a testimony
and especially encouraging to the PNGRFL as we are looking to bringing the Tonga
Test here on October 19 and it gives us the confidence that we can host matches
Gallacher hailed the match, saying: “It’s a great day of football,
the thing is that we get to walk away, no one talked about the referees, they
talked about the players and what a good game it was and for us we have won