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Trophy Haus sponsors PNGKF with trophies

The Trophy Haus Limited has come on board to support the Papua New Guinea Kickboxing Federation (PNGKF) with a sponsorship package of trophies worth ten thousand kina (K10, 000) on Wednesday, June 12th, 2024, at Sir John Guise Stadium.


It was a timely support to boost the fighters in preparation for the upcoming semi-professional kickboxing event slated for July 7th at the Sir John Stadium Indoor Complex Stadium in Port Moresby.


A total of fifty (50) fighters will compete in three categories – heavyweight, middleweight, and welterweight – including the female division. Teams that confirmed their participation are Lae, Goroka, Simbu, Hagen, Mendi, Tari, and Wabag.


The best fighters will have an opportunity to travel to Thailand and enhance their skills through the partnership already established between the PNG Kickboxing Federation and Thailand Kickboxing Federation.


PNG Kickboxing Federation President, Stanley Nandex, expressed his appreciation to Trophy Haus for supporting the organization over the last few years, despite the challenging economic environment.


“In this time of tough economic challenges that we face, we are very thankful to Trophy Haus for recognizing and sponsoring the event through the presentation of these trophies,” President Nandex said.


“This sponsorship is not just about the sport itself, but it’s about developing and grooming the young fighters who come from different backgrounds and challenges in life. Through sports, I think they can see something rewarding.


“With Trophy Haus coming on board like this, whether in cash or kind, it adds value to our organization and also to the fighters. With that, I would like to thank Trophy Haus once again for the sponsorship and support.”


Trophy Haus General Manager, Paul Syrin V. Pasive, said the company was delighted to support PNGKF in hosting the kickboxing event on July.


“For us (Trophy Haus), it’s always been a privilege to be involved in sporting events like this, especially in something as powerful and promising as kickboxing,” Mr. Pasive said.


“It’s our privilege and pleasure to be the sponsor for an event like this. We hope to have more sponsorship with the organization in the future.”

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