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Team Sepik launches fundraising drive for PNG Games

first_imgIt is the second time the games will be played across the Bismarck Seas.The biggest sporting extravaganza will happen in November.    The hype of the fundraising started with convey of vehicles driving around Wewak town carrying out publicity for the fundraising.Team manager David Kaling said there are five prizes in the raffle draw fundraising.“First price will be a Toyota Land Cruiser, return trip for two to Kimbe (all expenses paid), Genset 12KVA, 32 inch TV and solar panel set,” Kaling told Loop PNG.He said the major prize was bought by the East Sepik Provincial Administration.“The Land Cruiser and trip to Kimbe to watch the PNG Games can be claimed anywhere in PNG,” Kaling said.He added that two corporate dinners to be staged in Wewak and Port Moresby will complement the fundraising drive.Tickets are sold at K200 and for more information Kaling can be contacted on mobile: 70460860.last_img read more

Tierney: Schalk should be banned for his penalty dive

first_img“I think Walker was banned for it, but it’s obviously not up to me. It should be the same rule for every player.“It’s not a nice part of the game, you can expect contact, but you’re not going to go down if there’s no contact. It’s as simple as that.“If it’s striker’s prerogative to do that then everyone would be falling about. Whenever you get close to people in games you need to stay on your feet, but if someone gets too close then fair enough.“I couldn’t believe it when the referee gave the penalty, everyone was so surprised. The linesman had a great view and was standing straight in line with it, but obviously not.” Celtic defender Kieran Tierney believes Alex Schalk should be given a ban for diving to win Ross County a penalty in the sides’ 2-2 draw on Sunday.Schalk went to ground with no contact from a Celtic player as his side trailed 2-1 going into the closing stages of the game. Referee Don Robertson awarded the spot kick, which Liam Boyce converted to earn his side a point.Tierney said the dive shouldn’t go unpunished, citing an incident with himself and Hearts forward Jamie Walker on the opening day of the season as an example. Walker was handed a two-match suspension for deceiving the referee.“I knew straight it away it was a dive,” Tierney said. “It was the same kind of thing with Jamie Walker when we played Hearts in the first game of the season. But this incident was more obvious.last_img read more