KUMULS all da way mate! they KICKED FIJIAN BUTTS TWICE!! and i don't see no reason they can do it again. (its a good thing Jarred Haynes isn't representing Fiji). - Homeground advantage is all i got 2 say.
(Guys go along and support our team-they need all the support they can get)......
There r too many pussy forwards in the lineup. Im really sad George Moni missed out. This will be a real test for PNG, since they were beaten by Samoa. For Fiji, they didn't have some of their overseas players so it will be real challenge. Homeground ya noken mekim mipela sem pliss.
TEAM to win this competition will be the one with better ball handling skills, tight defence and the ability of making line breaks. The Tongans have these traits and they are a force to be reckoned with. With their big charging forwards and maestro Feleti Mateo in the field, Kumuls will have to be smart on their own tryline. Mateo is known for creating opportunities out of nothing. Just when you think he's been tackled and subdued by his opponents his long hands reaches out and delivers the miracle pass. His NRL experience adds an extra boost to the polynesians' side.
The kumuls will need to conjure up all the confidence they can find bcos the Tongans will walk over them if they start spilling the beans.
The Kumuls have the advantage of playing on home soil, however, that alone will not win the match for them. Good luck to the men in red, black and gold. We are behind you 100% and proud that our nation is recognised as serious contender in international Rugby league and not only for the bad crime publicity.
GO KUMULS...Nothing is impossible!