Hunters Academy begins in NCD

first_imgFormer Lahanis captain and Hunters assistant coach Nigel Hukula said: “Basically, it’s a small training academy where youths from the Port Moresby Rugby League, between the ages of 16 to 20 years old, are invited to come.“They attend the basic tackling techniques, ball patterns and training drills which are conducted by our trainers and also, we give the opportunity to the players to conduct drills and training.“We believe it is important for young and upcoming rugby league players to acquire these skills and techniques given the fact that most of the boys are still in school but they also play rugby league,” said Hukula.”Marum, during his time with the Gurias, also set up a similar academy and a lot of the current Digicel Cup players and few Hunters players were part of that program.“It’s a pilot program and we are starting here in the Nation’s Capital but nothing big at the moment. We’ll just run it for a couple of months and see how it goes.”last_img read more

Illawarra Fly celebrates 10 years with family fun day

first_imgIllawarra Fly celebrates 10 years with family fun dayIllawarra Fly celebrates 10 years with family fun dayMarch 15th 2018 marks 10 years of operation for local attraction and tourist hotspot, Illawarra Fly Treetop Adventures. Illawarra Fly is home to the awe-inspiring Treetop Walk and the highest zipline tour in Australia through the magnificent Southern Highlands rainforest.To celebrate this milestone, Illawarra Fly is hosting a Family Fun Day on Sunday March 18th from 11am-2pm. Big and little kids alike can enjoy a range of fun activities before embarking on a Treetop adventure of their own – whether by foot and/or flight! The on-site fun includes:Sausage sizzleJumping castlePetting zooPopcorn standCake-cutting‘Ranger Cookie’ talks about tree-planting and protectionGuests to the Family Fun Day can also snap up a Treetop Walk for $10 with the purchase of a full price ticket or 10 percent off zipline tours offers which are available for walk-up purchase on Sunday 18th March. All above mentioned on-site activities are also free with the purchase of a Treetop Walk or zipline tour.The Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk is a fantastic way to experience the Illawarra escarpment with a 1500 metre walk through beautiful, warm temperature rainforest, and features two gently swaying cantilevered arms, and a central tower (Knight’s Tower) raised nearly 50 metres from the forest floor that looks across Shellharbour, Lake Illawarra and the Pacific Ocean.Featuring a series of integrated cables spanning 247 metres, the Zipline Tour also allows guests to sail through the treetops and soak up the breathtaking panoramic views – from the lush tree tops right out to the Pacific Ocean – proving a welcome boost to the local tourism economy.For more information on Illawarra Fly, visit” alt=”last_img” /> read more