This follows the successful staging of the first ever PNG Rugby Football League Super 9s held over the weekend in Goroka.
The Goroka Lahanis won the tournament after thrashing Chimbu Warriors 42-20 in yesterday’s final.
1. Jar Hogan - Goroka Lahanis
2. Jordan Karo - Northern Confederate
3. Nicky Haea - Goroka Lahanis
4. Stafford Talita - Hela Wigmen
5. Yabra Kuk - Simbu Warriors
6. Emmanuel Herea - Gulf Isou
7. John Ragi Jnr - Rabaul Gurias
8. Epel Kapinias - Rabaul Gurias
9. Dickson Amba - Rabaul Gurias
10. Raven Johna - Mt Hagen Eagles
11. Ross Ravu - Gulf Isou
12. Paul Nelson - Hela Wigmen
13. Ilias Stanley - Rabaul Guirias
14. Rex Kaupa - Southern Confederate
15. Jordan Millie - Goroka Lahanis
16. Nemiah Joel - Simbu Warriors
17. Norman Braun - Goroka Lahanis
18. Schwazer Kandaki - Simbu Warriors
19. Joshua Jimmy - Simbu Warriors
20. Chris Taria - Southern Confederate
Coach: Colin Geno – Gulf Isou
Assistant Coach / Trainer: - Glen Nami
Chairman of the PNGRFL, Sandis Tsaka, said the squad will be further trimmed down to 15 before the team travels to Brisbane on Thursday.
The Rugby League 9s tournament will be held at Dolphin Stadium on February 23 and 24 in the lead-up to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
PNG are the defending champions, wining the inaugural Commonwealth Rugby League Championship back in 2014 by beating Australia 22-8.