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Papua-New Guinea lost narrowly to the powerful Fijian Bati team 22-20 earlier today.

In its match against Great Britain, to be played in Port Moresby, Papua-New Guinea will have the talents of some real stars in Justin Olam (Melbourne), Alexander Johnston (South Sydney), Edene Gebbie (South Sydney), Rhyse Martin (Leeds), and possibly David Mead (Catalans) to choose from.

It is going to be no walkover, and not even a guaranteed win, for Great Britain next weekend, given the injuries the Wayne Bennett coached team has suffered.






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Don't forget the formidable Gary Lo who scored a try in every super league game he played for Castleford Tigers in 2018 but is now playing in France because of "other reasons".






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Towns88 wrote:Don't forget the formidable Gary Lo who scored a try in every super league game he played for Castleford Tigers in 2018 but is now playing in France because of "other reasons".


Garry Lo may not be playing, because of the great back line talent that Papua-New Guinea has available at this time.

If David Mead plays then I would expect the PNG outside backs to totally outplay the British outside backs.

It is a pity that star PNG hooker James Segeyaro cannot play, because of a ban by the NRL following the results of a drug test recently.






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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:Garry Lo may not be playing, because of the great back line talent that Papua-New Guinea has available at this time.

If David Mead plays then I would expect the PNG outside backs to totally outplay the British outside backs.

It is a pity that star PNG hooker James Segeyaro cannot play, because of a ban by the NRL following the results of a drug test recently.

It’s not a pity when a professional sportsman cannot play because he’s taken drugs.

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Psychedelic Casual wrote:It’s not a pity when a professional sportsman cannot play because he’s taken drugs.


It is a pity that he ingested the drugs, and subsequently was caught, and forced to stand down from playing rugby league indefinitely.






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Psychedelic Casual wrote:It’s not a pity when a professional sportsman cannot play because he’s taken drugs.

No.... But it is a reason to turn your back on your country of birth and play for ronga because you dont like that decision. :D

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AXE2GRIND wrote:No.... But it is a reason to turn your back on your country of birth and play for ronga because you dont like that decision. :D


What exactly is ronga?

Is that anything to do with bonga bonga?

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define. ... ga%20bonga






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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:What exactly is ronga?

Is that anything to do with bonga bonga?

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define. ... ga%20bonga

No... It's a typo. See your error in the NZ v GB thread if further clarification is required shire boy

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