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Tough day at the office for PMSA men’s premier teams

It has been a tough day at the office for Port Moresby Soccer Association’s premier men’s teams says competition committee chairman Joseph Ame.

After the completion of week seven matches last weekend, the elite men’s division is proving to be a no-go zone for the weak and lazy.

The top four teams (Mungkas, Keleiruna, Leilam and Blue Kumuls) finished with drawn matches over the weekend and their position on the competition ladder is not guaranteed because the bottom teams are starting to give every opponents are good run for the money.

“Premier teams are performing really well after week-7 of the competition which some strong match from Blue Kumuls saw them coming from behind and draw with University 3 all,” said Ame.

He says this weekend’s must-see match in the men’s premier division should be another entertainer for the soccer followers.

“It will be Mungkas against Keleiruna clash of the table, which Mungkas is currently leading the ladder with 15 points and Keleiruna 14 points second place after week – 7 match last week.”

“Both teams came out last week with a draw which so Mungkas nil all against Leilam and Keleiruna nil all with FC Genesis. If you are not doing anything coming Sunday, please come down to home of football at Bisini Soccer Park at 1.20pm to see the clash of the table in PMSA Men’s League,” says Ame.

Division one teams from last seasons like Bismark and Leilam continue to make their presence felt in the premier division since their promotion to the division this year. Ame says he is really impressed with the talent of players they have despite after week-7 losing to PS Ruts.

“They also take on their opponent which gives them a run for their money in the big league.”

In the women’s competition, two outsiders are comfortably sitting within the top four placing and making their presence felt against the other favourites.

“Two teams outside of the capital city Samika and Bismarck, both teams are based outside of the city with Samika at 17mile and Bismarck at Laloki. They both are sitting well in the women’s Premier league ladder with Bismarck 2nd at 13 points and Samika 3rd at 12 points after week-7 of the competition,” says Ame.

He urged all the teams to work hand in hand with the association executives to continue improving their competition.

“To all teams, we need your support to improve our competition and let us all work together

with the new Exco going forward.

“Also, on that note PMSA have created an online registration for Youth’s, come see me or Peter Matthew and Hillary Anison to register your player.”