Originally known as the Port Moresby Muruks, the off-season outfit underwent a rebranding exercise this Christmas to effectively place itself as the biggest Southern Highlands team in the nation’s capital this Christmas.
This has been strengthened by local firm Cane Constructions limited and the Cooperative societies of Papua New Guinea.
As part of their community and cooperate social responsibility they have come on board to support Port Moresby Menjails.
Wale Buda Molumi has been the President of the Port Moresby Menjails aka Muruks for four years and he’s excited about the support from the Cane Constructions and Cooperative Societies of Papua New Guinea.
“We reached out to them and they responded to our request for sponsorship to take part in the NCD Governor’s Cup”
“The team is excited and I am thankful to the Managing Director of Cane Constructions Limited Michael Ipa and Joseph Ingipa of Cooperative Societies of PNG”
This timely help will keep our boys out of illegal activities and give them something meaningful to do this Christmas.
The Port Moresby Menjails are more organised this off-season with voluntary officials that includes a woman. The team is comprised of Southern Highlanders based in NCD are set take part in the tournament.
Cane Constructions General Manager Willie Dus and Admin officer Moses Map presenting the new Cane Constructions sponsored Jersey set to Port Moresby Menjails Coaching Staff Saku Ank and Terence Kapipi