Vitiaz Stun Hekari on Penalties While Lae Edge Past Valiant Gulf Komara

The semi-finals of the Papua New Guinea National Soccer League were matches of exceptionally high quality and drama, proving that once these four sides step up their game when it really matters, they are capable of producing hugely entertaining and high-quality football. It was a dramatic weekend with red cards, late goals, plucky underdogs, andContinue reading “Vitiaz Stun Hekari on Penalties While Lae Edge Past Valiant Gulf Komara”

Vitiaz go top as Star Mountain shock Hekari and new-look Lae draw

Vitiaz United continued their fantastic debut season in the Papua New Guinea National Soccer League with a narrow 3-2 victory over Morobe United in Port Moresby on Saturday. With results elsewhere going their way, the club climbed from third to first in the league standings after Lae City drew and Hekari United were surprisingly defeatedContinue reading “Vitiaz go top as Star Mountain shock Hekari and new-look Lae draw”

Wrong choices made Hekari pay a huge price at OFC Champions League

The eight-time Papua New Guinea national champions squandered a big chance to cause a huge impact in 2020: Hekari United, after a four-year absence from the most important club football tournament of Oceania, had the opportunity to host their group in this year’s OFC Champions League. The team commanded by Jerry Allen, was the onlyContinue reading “Wrong choices made Hekari pay a huge price at OFC Champions League”

Daniel Joe: we are confident for the next match

Hekari United is getting ready for their last match in the OFC Champions League group stage. The third and last challenge of the Papua New Guinean club is against Galaxy FC from Vanuatu on Saturday. After losing to Eastern Suburbs in the opening day, they had a tough match against current OFC Champions League winnersContinue reading “Daniel Joe: we are confident for the next match”

Newcomers start strongly in PNG NSL as former champions win opening matches

There were no shortage of surprises in the opening weekend of the Papua New Guinea National Soccer League this weekend, despite the two former champions Hekari United and Lae City getting their campaigns started with victories. But it was the brand new sides that sprung the shocks this week, with FC Kutubu and Vitiaz UnitedContinue reading “Newcomers start strongly in PNG NSL as former champions win opening matches”