SP pour in K7.6 million for Hunters

first_imgThis sponsorship will run until the end of 2020 with SP to hold the naming rights to the team.This year is SP’s third year of sponsorship to the Hunters.The cheque presentation was done today at the SP Brew kettle in Port Moresby and was witnessed by representatives from the PNG Rugby Football League (PNGRFL), Hunters coaching staff and management and other stakeholders.Managing Director for SP, Stan Joyce said the relationship between SP and rugby league in the country was not new and was one that had evolved over the years.“The Hunters program so far has brought immense success. There were some who doubted this at first but the team has been consistent and performed.“After a review, the board made a decision to reward the success of the Hunters and extend the sponsorship.“The achievements of the Hunters are a turning corner for rugby league in the country and we have every confidence in the team to achieve greatness,” said Joyce.Chairman of the PNGRFL, Sandis Tsaka thanked SP Brewery saying the SP Hunters program is an integral part of the development of rugby league in PNG and SP’s continued sponsorship ensured this program continues running.“We wouldn’t be where we are today without the support of SP Brewery, the government and other sponsors who make the success of the Hunters program possible,” said Tsaka.The breakup of SP Brewery’s sponsorship:•           K500, 000 for the signing fee•           K1.6 million in 2017 (from which there is a 10% increment each year after that)•           K1.8 million in 2018•           K1.9 million in 2019•           K2.1 million in 2020last_img read more

Mykonos Something to Crowe about

first_img“How is it that I’ve lived 49 years on this planet but never been to the Greek Islands before. So beautiful. Yassou Mykonos I will return,” exclaimed Australian actor Russell Crowe on twitter this week.On a recent trip to the Cycladic island, the actor was taken aback by the beauty of the Mediterranean wondering how he nearly reached 50 years of age without catching sight of the natural wonder. He even wore a t-shirt with the word ‘Greece’ emblazoned on it as he drove around on a quad exploring the island with his friends. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img