If you are still in Australia and training/competing, I would suggest you contact the PNG Athletics Union and send them your information. And if you are that good, you may be an asset to the PNG girls sprint team. But mind you, you would need to clock a 12.00sec in 100m or 25.00secs in the 200m to get into the PNG female team. The point is if you want to make it into the PNG team, you must compete at the National Championships when they are conducted here. Its too easy to criticise but I take my hats off to the athletes who have made huge sacrifices.
Funding to sports is a very important aspect of sports development which Iam sure a lot of people have commented on. The problem with PNG female track and field athletes is that they don't last long. Their priorities changes as they grow older. This is understandable because what is there for them in PNG Sports. Over the years we have had female sprinters that the Fijian cannot match especially the stars of the 1991 SP Games like Iamo Launa, Lily Tua, Tahiri Homerang, Babra Sapea, elizabeth Kamilus and Mary Unido. They set the South Pacific Games female record for the 4 x 400m relay that stood for almost a decade. Our stars of the 1999 Sp Games like Helen Muga and Ann Mooney are not here. These two ladies would have been very very competive come this South Pacific Games but again they are not here. If you want to know, Helen Muga is pursuing a Masters Degree in Chemistry in Australia. At the time she competed in Guam in 1999, she was a Science Student (Chemistry Major)at UPNG. Ann Mooney also studied at Griffith University.
My advice to you is let the approppriate people take care of funding and so on. Why don't you find yourself a pair of spikes and hit the track and get in touch with the PNG Athletics Officials with your weekly performance report and they'll see if you are capable of making an impact in the PNG female sprint team.