The team was announced today by CEO of the PNG Rugby Football League, Bob Cutmore.There are 8 new faces in the side: Ishamel Baikawa, Benjamin Hetra, Justin Olam, Watson Boas, Sailas Gahuna, Anderson Benford, Philemon Kimiseve and Tuvi Lepan. The Hunters squad will assemble in Port Moresby this week to finalise preparations for their third season in the Intrust Super Cup competition. “Both Enoch Maki (knee) and Anderson Benford (ankle) are recovering from pre-Christmas surgery in Australia and dependent on their rehab both should be available for the start of the season,” said Cutmore.He added that Hunters coach Michael Marum will fly to Brisbane next week to join Wayne Bennett and the Brisbane Broncos for a week of pre-season training.This will include discussions on the SP Hunters using the Broncos’ facilities for the captain’s run during the seasonThe squad:Stargroth Amen, Bland Abavu, Ishamel Baikawa, Anderson Benford, Ase Boas, Watson Boas, Nixon Borana, Sailas Gahuna, Warren Glare, Edward Goma, Benjamin Hetra, Philemon Kimiseve, Adam Korave, Tuvi Lepan,Timothy Lomai, Enoch Maki, Justin Olam, Brandy Peter, Wartovo Puara, Esau Siune, Thompson Teteh, Henry Wan, Ate Bina Wabo, Adex Wera, Noel Zeming.Additional Player: William AquilaDevelopment Players: Konnie Bernard, Simon Peter and John Ragi.
Arrive to a welcome glass of An Grianan Hotel’s finest Mead to a backdrop of Live traditional Irish music in our Foyer plus exciting photo opportunities to remember the evening.For 8pm sharp, guests will be asked to take their seats and steady themselves for a magical Celtic Feast.A ‘Hearty local produce four course Meal’ awaits with fine Wine being served throughout the night. Between Courses, the delightful Goddess Danu will tell the story of the Tuatha De Danann Race of Gods & Warriors in Irish mythology through Song, Dance and graphical illustrations.Enjoy the live performances from Arlene McLaughlin’s stunning ‘Siamsa Gael Dance Troupe’ plus, relive the jaw-dropping first Battle of Moytura re-enactment by Eireann Edge between King Nuada of the Tuatha De Danann and Sreng – Fierce Champion of the Fir Bolg.It really is a truly unique experience – best served with Friends & Family!Tickets may be purchased from An Grianan Hotel Reception, online on our homepage or over the phone. Adult: €40Child 10 – 12: €30Child 6 -9: €20Child under 6: FreeGroup options available A Unique & Magical Night Awaits!’Contact:+353 74 93 68900 | [email protected] | www.angriananhotel.comFacebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest, Trip Advisor QR Code directs to Facebook – Ticket promotions from time to time!ENJOY A TRULY UNIQUE EXPERIENCE BY ATTENDING THE ‘CELTIC FEAST’ AT AN GRIANAN HOTEL was last modified: July 31st, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:An Grianan HotelCeltic FeastEntertainmentFeaturesnews
Related posts:San José vehicle restriction to be suspended during mid-year school vacations Traffic Police to launch roadway checkpoints during pre-holiday season President Solís demands explanation for spike in traffic jams San José vehicle restrictions suspended for Holy Thursday, Friday Happy Holidays: Transit authorities will suspend the one-day-a-week restriction of vehicles entering downtown San José starting next Monday, the Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) reported.All motorists will be able to enter the capital freely Dec. 21 – Jan. 3 regardless of the day they’re supposed to leave their car at home according to its license plate number. Traffic in San José substantially decreases during the holiday season.Traffic Police officers will be reassigned from monitoring motorists’ compliance with the vehicle restriction to special operations at mass events, including Costa Rica’s Cycling Tour, the National Horse Parade, Zapote Festival and concerts and other public celebrations, MOPT stated on its website.Starting Dec. 25, officers will also be manning roadway checkpoints along highways leading to the most popular tourist destinations outside the Central Valley.The vehicle restriction will be in force again from Jan. 4. Facebook Comments