Queensland rugby league mull PNG Cup games after unrest

By Joel Gould
Updated February 20 2024 - 1:29pm, first published 1:26pm
Player safety will be "paramount", QRL boss Bruce Hatcher says, as PNG hosting call looms. (Dave Hunt/AAP PHOTOS)
Player safety will be "paramount", QRL boss Bruce Hatcher says, as PNG hosting call looms. (Dave Hunt/AAP PHOTOS)

The Queensland Rugby League (QRL) aims to make a decision by the end of the week over whether to play early round games of its statewide competition in Papua New Guinea after the killing of at least 26 men in civil unrest.

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