Netball PNG has sent 6 of its elite young netballers to Singapore

PNG Pepes Off to Singapore for the Netball Super League Competition

Netball PNG has sent 6 of its elite young netballers to Singapore. The players will be participating in the Netball Super league, which is Singapore’s elite domestic competition.

As part of the program, the six players, who are also PNG internationals, will have the opportunity to train with Singapore’s national teams.

The players selected for the Singapore NSL carry with them a lot of international experience for the PNG national team, the Pepes. These include Goal Keeper Kilala Owen, and Jacklyn Lahari.

Other players include Marie Ottio and Tau Galewa, who were part of the victorious Monier Paramana side in the 2016 Port Moresby Premier league competition.

Those four players aside, the youngest members of the travelling group include Jeperth Tulapi, who led the Junior Pepe’s on a two match, back to back winning streak over Singapore’s youth side.

The youngest member of the side, Shanna Dringo, who was also part of the PNG U21 squad that took part in the World Youth Junior Championship qualifiers in Auckland in September last year.

All six women however, have had experience in the Nations cup , and for them, Singapore will not be altogether different in terms of standards compared to PNG.

Three premier netball clubs will take on the Papua New Guineans, the Magic Marlins, Fier Orcas and SRC Barracudas.

The competition began on the 4th of March, and ends on the 29th of April.

 

Article Source: www.emtv.com.pg/sport/2017/03/png-pepes-off-to-singapore-for-the-netball-super-league-competition/

Related News
South African Primary Schools National Championship 2017
South African Primary Schools National Championship 2017
Read More
The Southern Steel win the ANZ Premiership
The Southern Steel win the ANZ Premiership
Read More
Northern Ireland win Summer Quad Series
Northern Ireland win Summer Quad Series
Read More

NEWSLETTER Keep up to date with the latest news and events from INF.

Translate »