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PNG Kumuls veteran Paul Aiton applauds Hunters program

PNG LNG Kumuls veteran Paul Aiton said the Hunters program introduced by PNG Rugby Football League has benefited rugby league well in the country.

Aiton said the program has been beneficial to many rugby league players in the country. He said in the likes of the current Kumuls team; many players have proven to be competitive in the game of rugby league, which he personally is proud of.
“Many young blokes in the team have been in good form because of the Hunters program adopted by the PNG Rugby Football League four years ago.”

He said PNG Rugby Football League is in the right path to introduce the program for the good of everyone who follow the sport.
Meanwhile he said he has a firm belief that many players in the current PNG Kumuls will have a chance in playing with other NRL clubs next year.
“The Rugby League World Cup 2017 competition has given exposure to home-grown players in the Kumuls squad.”

This Sunday match against the USA will see Aiton play his last home game representing the country before bowing out of representative football.
He expressed his gratitude to fans around the country who have given him support during his career as a PNG Kumul. PNGFM/PNG Today
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