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Hebou PNG U19 Garamuts advance to ICC U19 World Cup


ALL Media, PNG – Monday 14th August, 2017

The HEBOU PNG Under 19 (U19) Garamuts confirmed their place in the 2018 ICC U19 Cricket World Cup (CWC) with an emphatic eight (8) wicket victory over Samoa in the fifth match of the ICC U19 East-Asia-Pacific (EAP) Qualifier today in Apia, Samoa.

Needing a win to ensure that they claim the 2018 ICC U19 CWC EAP Qualifier and qualify for the U19 World Cup next year, the Hebou PNG U19 Garamuts were asked to field first on another hot day in Apia. The Garamuts started shackly with the ball, before the spinners started making inroads into the Samoan batting lineup. Samoa took it to the previously undefeated Garamuts, before being eventually bowled out for 89 in only 38.4 overs. Leke Morea was the star with the ball taking 3/10 off only seven (7) overs, while spin duo Ovia Sam (3/24) and Toua Morgan (2/17) also icked up valuable wickets.

 In reply, the Hebu PNG U19 Garamuts’ openers, Simon Atai (35) and Igo Mahuru (31*) continued their great form of late by putting on 71 runs for the opening wicket. The Garamuts eventually chased down the target of 90, losing a couple of wickets inside 20 overs.  

“I am very proud of what the boys achieved over the past week or so here in Samoa. We came to Samoa with a mission to qualify for our eighth ICC U19 World Cup and now we can say that we have done that. We must soak in what we have achieved as it is very special,” said a delighted Hebou PNG U19 Garamuts’ Coach, Kila Pala.

 Hebou NG U19 Garamuts’ captain Vagi Karaho was elated after the match and with news of their qualification quickly filtering back home, it was clear just how much it meant for these young Garamuts to earn their place back in the World Cup.

“It’s a really big opportunity for us to play in the World Cup. The boys are very proud, we are feeling very proud for our country,” said Karaho after the match.

 Reflecting on what this means for the supporters back home in PNG, Karaho went on to say “all of the people where we are from are very supportive, I think they are more proud than us.”

Leke Morea was awarded the Man of the Match Award for his brilliant spell of bowling which brought back the figures of 3/10 off seven (7) overs.

The Hebou PNG U19 Garamuts will play their final match of the tournament against Vanuatu tomorrow, who lost to Fiji in the other match today.

The HEBOU PNG Under 19 Garamuts have now qualified for their eighth (8th) ICC U19 CWC in New Zealand next year, after qualifying for the ICC Under CWC in 1998 (South Africa), 2002 (New Zealand), 2004 (Nepal), 2008 (Malaysia), 2010 (New Zealand), 2012 (Australia) and 2014 (UAE). The 2018 ICC Under 19 CWC which will be held in New Zealand from the 12thJanuary to the 4th February, 2018

Match Summary

Hebou PNG U19 Garamuts 2/90 (19.2) Simon Atai 35, Igo Mahuru 31* defeated Samoa 10/89 (38.4) Leke Morea 3/10 (7), Ovia Sam 3/24 (9.4), Toua Morgan 2/17 (10) by eight (8) wickets with 184 balls to spare.

Full Scorecard

HEBOU PNG Under 19 Garamuts Tour Fixture

Tuesday 8th August, 2017-                                 HEBOU PNG U19 Garamuts vs Fiji

Wednesday 9th August, 2017-                           HEBOU PNG U19 Garamuts vs Samoa

Friday 11th August 2017-                                    HEBOU PNG U19 Garamuts vs Vanuatu

Saturday 12th August, 2017-                              HEBOU PNG U19 Garamuts vs Fiji

Monday 14th August, 2017-                                HEBOU PNG U19 Garamuts vs Samoa

Tuesday 15th August, 2017-                               HEBOU PNG U19 Garamuts vs Vanuatu


HEBOU PNG Under 19 Garamuts Squad


            1.     Vagi Karaho (Captain)

2.     Sema Igo Kamea

3.     James Junior Tau

4.     Willie Nao

5.     Ovia Lohia Sam

6.     Nou Reva Rarua

7.     Heagi Ronald Toua

8.     Kevau Nou Tau

9.     Igo John Mahuru

10.  Simon Kwalahu Atai

11.  Lui Aiga Kila

12.  Toua Lophar Morgan

13.  Leke Morea

14.  Boge Daniel Arua

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Last Home Game For The Hunters

This Sunday's match will be a whooper of a match as the SP PNG  Hunters look to securing the 2017 minor premiership in the Intrust Super Cup at the National Football Stadium.
It'll be extraordinary as the Wynnum Manly Seagulls look to cause an upset. The Seagulls also have included PNGs very own son David Mead in their team, so it'll be a game to watch as he lines up against his brothers.
It'll be a great family day out to be remembered.

We hope to see you there!



Some photos after an interview with the candidate for NCD Regional, Mr Jamie Maxton Graham

2017 National Elections

So the 2017 National Elections is on and in full swing.
The radio station I work for - 89.9 FM CENTRAL has a segment called the 2017 Maoro Election Update.
In this program we've invited candidates to speak on their policies and also speak on their hopes of development and service delivery should they win a seat.
It's been interesting at seeing different ideological differences between these candidates.
Most common is addressing the lack of basic service delivery.


So I  went back on-air again today. Had to stand in for someone.
It was fun though.



So I went to MVIL to upgrade my class 6 provisional license today. I got it done and I thought I'd also enquire about my PMV permit for route 600.
I had previously applied for a PMV driver's permit but was told to wait till the class 6 provisional license was upgraded to a full class 6 license in order to get one.
Anyway, I thought usually it would be done at the CENTRAL Province Transport office but then I was told to go to MVIL.
I then went back to MVIL and the officer there told me to go back to the CENTRAL Province Transport office.
I told the officer that "I was sent here from there" so she asked a colleague of hers and she was finally informed of that I had to go to Kerema to get my permit as the PMV I would be driving is a route 600 PMV, which travels from Port Moresby to Kerema.
I then realized that the correct informed is not disseminated to most of the staff in both offices so the public unfortunately are given the run around.

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