The tournament was originally planned for the 21st – 22nd of July at the Sir John Guise Stadium. However, due to the Papua New Guinea Electoral Commission using the venue for counting, the tournament has been deferred to October 20 – 21.
Wallace, 66, who retired from competition undefeated in 1980, will also be conducting a martial arts seminar. However, there are only 150 spaces available so it will be a first come, first serve basis. The fee is K360 per participant and registrations open on August 3rd.
Further information can be obtained from Jamuga Stone on 71203601/658155 or email:email@example.com, or Lance Opea on 71178376.
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