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From a total of twenty to thirty participants to play in the open division for Shot put women. They were divided into two groups A and B and went through two qualifying heats which started on Saturday.
Kamene Tournament Director for Athletics. This is not the best yet. The furthest thrown record so far for Papua New Guinea is 12 metres compared to twenty metres furthest thrown international standard.
Kamene who is also part of the PNG Athletics Commission stated that after this they will be looking into the training of athletes to meet or beat a certain qualifying distance.
Other finals for today Wednesday are javelin, long jump, high jump, metre hurdles, semi-finals for the metre and 4 x meter relay open division.
One of the match coordinators Mr. Isimel Sialis said the five day competition enters the grand final on the fifth day which is this coming Friday.
Both who made a remarkable start on the starting block has their surge ahead of the other athletes with a long distance run to claim first and second spot respectively.
Dona who is a member of the PNG Athletics team that went to Glasgow in the Commonwealth game show her blistering performance on the track has she stride home to bag her first gold medal for Team East New Britain.
Morobe recorded 27 points in the first quarter, adding another 26 for the 53 points in the second quarter and settling at 72 points after the third quarter.
The last quarter saw the home side ended on high with 32 points for the added final result of points against a struggling one point per quarter Jiwaka first timers.
Jiwaka making their debut in the PNG Games this year struggled to cope put up with the much taller and experienced Morobe side who not only defeated them Jiwaka one-sidedly but also emits the warning for to favorites in NCD and Central to be ready for a similar course.
On the same note, sentiments have been raised by various teams participating in netball during the games that the much experienced sides including Morobe, NCD and Central are fielding elite players without consideration to the rest of the participating provinces and the whole idea behind the original motive of the PNG Games.
Initially the PNG Games was the grassroots games to identify raw talents but as it seems and expressed by participants, the elite players have clouded the opportunities for the raw talents to be identified in the name of winning medals.
Tomorrow Thursday is the last day for the pool matches and the finals is on Friday per the distributed draws by the organizers headed by Tournament Director Helen Havora.
Team Morobe beats team Simbu in a percentage that got them qualified to be in the top eights to play the knockouts yesterday which got disappointed team Simbu to be disqualified.
Jiwaka is now eliminated from the tournament but proves other provinces that were their biggest challenge that despite the hard time they had given them they did make it to the knockouts in this big competition.
In the other matches the defending title winners from the last PNG Games, team Western Highlands played a very undefeated game with team East Sepik gaining Victory of East Sepik while the bronze medallist team NCD brushed team Madang to remove team Madang to play in the semi-finals.
Hosting team Morobe are now facing team Central to see if they can make it to the semi-finals or team Central to beat them because both teams are very challenging and unbeatable as well.
The defending team Western Highlands, team southern Highlands and Team NCD are now waiting for the winner of either of the two teams to compete in the semi-finals later today.
A total of 16 provinces are taking part in the Karate event with a total of athletes. Three youngsters representing Team Eastern highlands are geared up for the thriller in the mix kata.
The athletes show strength, stamina and skill to lift the heavy weights. Day three of the powerlifting competition continues today.
Jane record a throw of This is probably a games record. She settled for bronze. Jane Pulu a and m runner was a silver medalist in the Kokopo games for both shot-put and Javelin.
Nicholas when interviewed said that she could have done better, however, this year she had studies to do and she is also a first time mother which slowed down her commitment to her training.
He said despite the games charter stating clear that players that have been playing in other associations in their respective provinces are not allowed to play for other province in the sixth PNG Games.
Riponi said players playing from other centres were seen representing a different province at the games. The concept of the games was to identify raw talents however the focus has now shifted to the battle between provinces.
Some of the provinces are fielding players from other province and it is evident now. Governor Naru made the commitment in front of the team Morobe on Sunday night at their camp.
He said athletes who win silver will walk away with K and bronze with K In announcing the incentive, Governor Naru challenged the athletes to search for finishing line in these last remaining days.
Brian announced that the MP has chipped in these amount to cater for the 50 athletes coming from Markham district. Brian said any of this athletes who wins gold would get K, K for silver and K for bronze.
This was confirmed by Team coach Morris Nama after the medals presentation on Friday last week. Team Enga collected a total of four medals.
Nama said the provincials government did not assist so he had to step in. He confirmed before flying out to Port Moresby yesterday that accommodations, meal and transportation were met by him.
He said he was proud of their performance. All my players gave in their best. I also congratulate team NCD and Central for their outstanding performances.
Playing in the best of three frames in the mens singles, English gave Yambi a rung for his money when he won the first frame to lead But the wonder boy from Enga, representing NCD was not shaken.
He took up the challenge and won the second frame to equalize the score 1- all. It was anybodies game in the last frame as both players played a blinder.
But it was Yambi with his skill and sharp potting that proved the difference in the end. In the mix doubles, Central won gold, silver went to Enga and bronze was won by Central.
David Ataike ran into a iron post while trying to make a catch earlier. It was then that a batter from Team Milne Bay went for a big shot.
Outfielder David Ateike was racing to the boundary in an attempt to catch the ball. His eyes were on the ball as he ran into the post and his head also slammed against the post.
Ateike continued playing but later fainted due to the concussion. He was rushed to the Angau Hospital — Games casualty ward.
From his medical report it was stated that his head was fine but the athlete needed more rest before he could take the field again.
Governor Naru said this during the presentation of medals for juniors swimming competition at Coronation College Pool between three provincial Teams Central, Morobe and East New Britain.
Mr Naru described Team Central as the dark horse running from the outside Lane. He said nobody thought Team Central will end up at the top the Medal Tally in the first week.
Both teams won two sets each and force the match for a tie breaker with the AROB men taking full control of the match.
They played with determination and gave no room for their opponents to move before going on to wrapping up the match at the end.