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IC08 Grand Final - NZ vs PNG - score-by-score updates
Authored by: Fiona Austen on Friday, September 05 2008 @ 06:02 PM ACST

Hows the crowd going? Building up yet, are they getting into the match?

IC08 Grand Final - NZ vs PNG - score-by-score updates
Authored by: Fiona Austen on Friday, September 05 2008 @ 06:04 PM ACST
Its a bit late but I'm currently streaming

http://sen1116.conexim.com.au/sen1116_16.asx

Papua In Front!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
IC08 Grand Final - NZ vs PNG - score-by-score updates
Authored by: Fiona Austen on Friday, September 05 2008 @ 06:08 PM ACST

They aren't actually commenting but

they are at the G

Papua 8 points up!!!!!!

Mozzies coming home strongly

IC08 Grand Final - NZ vs PNG - score-by-score updates
Authored by: Fiona Austen on Friday, September 05 2008 @ 06:18 PM ACST


PNG! PNG! PNG! PNG! sung as chant as in USA USA etc

IC08 Grand Final - NZ vs PNG - score-by-score updates
Authored by: Ash Nugent on Friday, September 05 2008 @ 06:21 PM ACST

Well done Mozzies! After finishing second in 2002 and 2005, it's great that you get to take home the silverware this time!

IC08 Grand Final - NZ vs PNG - score-by-score updates
Authored by: Fiona Austen on Friday, September 05 2008 @ 06:27 PM ACST


It wasn't Pinda but Pirika!!! The two "P's" star for the P..NG!

According to SEN radio "jubilant scenes as the Papua boys go crazy, and a banana kick from the boundary line for a extra goal after the siren; they don't want to just win, they are still playing for percentage!"

IC08 Grand Final - NZ vs PNG - score-by-score updates
Authored by: Brett Northey on Saturday, September 06 2008 @ 12:00 AM ACST

Thanks everyone. Note that the team at the G this time was myself, Troy Thompson and Stephen Alomes (Ash and Aaron couldn't make the game). I was typing in the scores and trying to watch for a match report, and Troy spotting the numbers of the players. Stephen Alomes was out getting photos and audio interviews, and Troy and myself also got photos and audio, to be added later.

Ironically in 2005 there was rumours that SEN would broadcast, but they didn't. This time there was no such rumour yet sounds like they were also doing updates.

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Brett Northey - Co-founder and Chief Editor of WFN