Sir John Dawanicura - Secretary General to Ignite

Sir John Dawanicura – the Secretary General of Papua New Guinea Sports Federation will Officiate the kick-off of Open Men Game between the Mighty Blues and Great Whites Collars during the 2008 Corporate Touch Port Moresby (CTPM) Industry of Origin (IOO) Series decider at Sir John Guise Stadium on Sunday, 11 May 2008.

CTPM Executives and IOO Management Team are honored to have the Secretary General of Papua New Guinea Sports Federation Sir John Dawanicura in officiating the kick-off of the main game of the day at 2:30pm. Sir Jay is surely set to ignite a fiery show of touch footy actions between the two rivals the Great Whites and Mighty Blues over the blue-ribbon match.

A double celebration for the winning teams with the coinciding Mother's Day. CTPM executives wished all participating mothers and other hard working mothers behind the scenes good health and appreciation for their continuous support. All the good players, officials and executives come from a good mother therefore CTPM Executives thought it would be good to celebrate both events together. The CTPM Dream Team and Officials shirts' printing will commemorate both events.

An already fired-up Team Media led by EMTV SportsScene Producer Dorothy Bengo is looking forward to reclaim the 2006 inaugural TEAM MEDIA-VS-DREAM TEAM shield they lost to CTPM Dream Team last year. Team Media is composed of media companies like EMTV, NauFM, YumiFM, The National newspaper, Post Courier, FM100, Wantok and other organizations.

 It will be a tooth-for-tooth battle against the CTPM and Touch Football PNG (TFPNG) executives skippered by the vice president of CTPM Mr. John Aidaboe. The line-up as follow: John Aidaboe, John Bonot, Siwi Aipe, Mea Lou, Geraldine Walo, Kathy Tamarua, Alma Yore, Joe Yore, John Melvin, John Riumb, Leon Buskens, Peter Loko, Wesley Raminai, Solomon Ravu, Meke Maino, Danny Baro and Augustine Aisi.

The official program of the the 2008 CTPM Industry Of Origin Series Decider on Sunday 11 May 2008 is attached below.




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