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Tabubil club boost with new uniforms

The Pacific Balanced Fund sponsored Kusaii Hang Luzz FC now has the reason to smile when they received their new sets of uniforms from their sponsors in Tabubil.

The uniforms were produced by Expo PNG Limited in Sri Lanka and air freighted via Singapore to Port Moresby.

It was delivered to the team founder and president Christon Dawaisok in Port Moresby before arriving in Tabubil.

“I would like to first of all thank the Melanesian Trustee Services Ltd (MTSL) and the Pacific Balanced Fund (PBF) who have come on board to sponsoring my soccer club in Tabubil.

I am excited and humbled to receive this tremendous support from such a great investment corporation,” he said.

“I would like to also thank the Expo PNG Ltd for producing our uniforms. Without your efforts we wouldn’t have our uniforms delivered with customer’s satisfaction.”

The club received three sets of uniforms including training equipment that will help the team in trainings and lead up to their games each playing week.

Dawaisok said a detailed report will be sent to the co-chief executive officer Lawrence Stephens on assets of the club with the update made biweekly of the progress of the club.

Meanwhile, the club is doing well in both U13 and Premier A men’s division while the women’s are still finding ways to maintaining consistency and to win games.

In the last weekend matches, the U23 team was given double forfeiture, while the women lost to Mopi 1-0. In the premier men’s division, Kusaii Hang Luzz bounced back from a loss to Kimi in a strong encounter.

They had to put in the extra effort to get back into the winner’s circle by defeating their opponent Ifitum Ifitum 4-1.

The goals were scored by two under 23 that were promoted to play in the Premier A division Anthony Kosmas and Selimai Selot while the other two were scored by senior players midfielder Isreal John Kapi and Adiel Katamsok striker.

“I am pleased with their performance when I was away but its good to see three points added to our points tally”. Under 23 and Premier continue to maintain top 6 and the women’s are on the nineth place,”said Dawaisok.