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Subject: Plis yupela ol Waghi ya traim na sapotim sport liklik - looks like you all sportless peeps

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Date Posted: 20:55:30 06/10/05 Fri


Athletics going bush


TWENTY athletics teams are confirmed to participate in the Highlands-Momase Regional Athletics Championships to be held in Minj, Western Highlands Province next month.
Athletics development officer Peter Aglua said interest has expressed from Madang and Morobe Provinces, and he was expecting the number to go beyond 20.
He confirmed entries from Karkar Island (Madang), Markham, Lae, Wau and Bulolo (Morobe), four teams from Eastern Highlands, three from Chimbu, three from Western Highlands, and one team each from Southern Highlands and Enga provinces.
However, as more indications of interest are still pouring in from individual schools and communities organisers are still finalising the participants and draws.
He said the championship is part of a major event leading up to the PNG Provincial Games to be held this year, preferably at the National Sports Institute in Goroka, Eastern Highlands.
Aglua said former PNG long distance runner Morris Manai is now at Minj High School marking out the 400-metre track and field chosen as the venue for the Highlands-Momase Regional Athletics meet.
He expressed confidence that the athletics meet would be very successful, and as the village-raised and rising athlete Toea Wisil is from the Minj-Banz areas, media reports of her recent successes is likely to attract a lot of attention from the villagers.

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