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Alwin Komolong has been on the regional scene for over half a decade now although it wasn’t until a string of impressive performances with the U-23 and senior Papua New Guinea national teams that he was finally handed his…

Becoming the first woman in Papua New Guinea to receive an OFC B Licence has left Margaret Aka feeling both humbled and grateful. The former international said the path to this achievement has been long and arduous and without…

OFC Just Play has headed into new territory in Papua New Guinea as the Motuan village of Vabukori in Moresby South welcomed the Grassroots football programme. A traditionally volleyball-centric village, PNGFA Just Play Project Manager Micah Kaneng said he…

THE move to start the new Central Soccer Association has garnered the support of football clubs and players from the Central Province who participated in the recent Southern Region Besta FA Cup Qualifying tournament. The man behind the move…

Match officials are as important to a football tournament as the players and the coaching staff are so keeping them up-to-date with the latest developments is important. In Papua New Guinea a four-day FIFA/MA Referee Course brought 25 referees…

After four intense days interpreting the Beautiful Game, Papua New Guinea referee instructor Jimmy Warai is feeling inspired by his new wealth of knowledge has big plans when he returns home from the annual FIFA FUTURO III course in…

Papua New Guinea international Patrick Aisa will be making the move to New Zealand shores for the 2017-18 ISPS Handa Premiership, set to kick off in October. Hamilton Wanderers coach Ricki Herbert confirmed last Friday that Aisa will be…

Komolong signs German deal

Papua New Guinea international Alwin Komolong has signed a deal with German fourth tier club Stuttgarter Kickers. The talented defender has already debuted for the club, playing 62 minutes as a starter against VfB Stuttgart. Komolong, who recently graduated from…