Hekari dominates PNG team for Solomon friendly

first_imgThe team was trimmed from 25 to 23 players, Hekari contributing a total of 13.These include top strikers Tommy Semmy and Koriak Upaiga, mid fielder and key player David Muta and goalie Ismael Pole.PNG coach Flemming Serritslev is confident with the selection and believes that the chances to impress will outweigh the latter.”I am happy with the players here, they are committed to the sport and eager to lean which makes it easier for me to coach them,” said Serritslev.Serritslev will use the friendlies to see where they stand as a team, especially competing against a team who is also preparing for the Oceania Football Confederation Nations Cup in May.PNG will play its next friendlies in Korea on May 5.The squad: Hekari United – Ismael Pole, Leslie Kalai, Felix Komolong, Sammy Cambell, Daniel Joe, Koriak Upaiga, Jeremy Yasasa, Otto Kusunan, Emmanuel Simon, David Muta, Wira Wama, Papalau Awele, Tommy Semmy;  Lae City Dwellers – Ronald Warisan, Valentine Nelson, Michael Foster, Raymond Gunemba, Nigel Dabinyaba, Obert Bika; FC Port Moresby – Roland Bala, Jacob Sabua; PKA Rapatona – Philip Steven, Patrick AisaThe team assembles in Port Moresby on March 21 following the grand final of the National Soccer League this weekend, and departs for Solomon on March 22.last_img

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