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Tweed Head Seagulls amazed with stadium, congratulate Hunters

The PNG Hunters home ground, the National Footabll stadium is the top playing field in the Intrust Super Cup. Tweed Heads Seagulls always knew that playing the SP PNG Hunters at this new stadium and in front of a huge home crowd was going to be a tough game but they matched the Hunters in a very physical game and almost pulled off a win.

Coach Aaron Zimmerle said despite of the result against them the whole team had a great time up here in PNG, especially the younger players in the team.
“We are privileged to be the first team to play against Michael’s side up here at your new amazing stadium and the atmosphere was just outstanding. I felt as though it was the Hunters home ground, every big hit or play that we made we were cheered on by the crowd here making us feel welcome and that is something the guys won’t forget,” says Coach Zimmerle.
On a more personal note, Zimmerle congratulated Michael Marum for his appointment as the Kumuls coach for the Pacific Test in May this year.

Tweed Head Seagull Players warming up prior to the game against the Hunters. Hunters won 20 - 18

He adds, “You are very lucky to have of such very high calibre as Coach Michael and I’m pretty sure he’ll lead your National team well and wish him all the best.”
In conclusion, the Tweed Heads coach praised Marum and the team for being such a quality side since Hunters joined the Intrust Super Cup competition back in 2014 admitting that they have certainly brought in a whole new brand of football and have raised the level of competitiveness. PNGFM / PNG Today

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