American Samoa’s Rachelle Suaava and Litara Sisitina won gold on Saturday. Photo by GNS.
By Joel Fitzpatrick, Games News Service
PORT MORESBY, July 18 – Papua New Guinea’s men’s beach volleyball team of Richard Kilarupa and Moha Mea won Port Moresby 2015 Pacific Games gold, beating Aisake Raratabu and Waisale Suka of Fiji in straight sets. Continue reading
Jonathan Keama (blue) won the middleweight title for PNG. Photo by Dave Buller.
PORT MORESBY, July 18 – Papua New Guinea struck gold six times in the men’s boxing finals at the Caritas Technical Secondary School on Saturday. Continue reading
Cutting loose: A PNG player plays a wild cut shot at Bisini Grounds on Thursday. Photo by Vere Freeman.
By Daniel Kerwin, Games News Service
PORT MORESBY, July 18 – After watching Tonga captain Aisake Haukinima smash a six over the roof of the cricket pavilion at Bisini Grounds, for the first time it was possible to conceive of a much-favored Vanuatu side finally tasting defeat in the Port Moresby 2015 Pacific Games men’s cricket tournament. Continue reading
Abigail Tere-Apisah (PNG) won gold in all four of the events in which she competed at Port Moresby 2015. Photo by Vere Freeman.
By Francis Gabriel, Games News Service
PORT MORESBY, July 17 – Papua New Guinean tennis star Abigail Tere-Apisah (PNG) capped off the Port Moresby 2015 tennis tournament with her fourth gold of the Games after beating New Caledonia’s Yaelle Honakoko (NCL) in the women’s singles final at Steamships Racquets Club on Friday. Continue reading
Vanuatu’s Clement Mansale at the top of his swing on day three at Royal Port Moresby Golf Club. Photo by Eliud Uwasenko
PORT MORESBY , July 17 – Twenty-one-year-old William Howard from the Cook Islands continued his front-running ways in men’s golf at the Royal Port Moresby Golf Course on Friday. Continue reading
Action from the women’s golf tournament at the Port Moresby 2015 Pacific Games on Friday. Photo by Michael Boeo.
By Dr Pilipus Garpet, Games News Service
PORT MORESBY, July 17 – Day-two leader Kristine Seko of Papua New Guinea felt the pressure on Friday and relinquished a big lead after posting a nervous 80 to be 13-over 229 and just one stroke ahead of Arianne Klotz (NCL) ahead of the final round. Continue reading
Rellie Kaputin (PNG) leaps for gold in the women’s long jump. Photo by Freeman Vere.
By Marrian Rema and Ingrid Cosnier, Games News Service
PORT MORESBY, July 17 – Papua New Guinea and Tahiti were the big winners in the final session of field events at BSP Stadium on Friday. Continue reading