Boromas and Gaigais teams finalised

first_imgThe Capial Rugby Union teams were named after trial matches held this month in Port Moresby.The Boromas and Gaigais make up the Southern pool along with the Daru Stingrays and Oro Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels.Matches for the Championships will start this Saturday at the Sir John Guise stadium and will run for a week.Boromas: Sarufa Kinglsey-Lea, Wesley Thomas, Tony Sipa, Mark Pilon, Freddy Andale, Umba Ben, Willie Rikis, Philip Suapo, Schwarzenegger Ekali, Lewis Modudula, Foster Maso, Himah Alu, Desmond Korpok, Geti Raka, George Hoki, Kenneth Vagi, Adeck Naio, Jonah Kautu Jr, Jayjay Garrison, Tisa Kautu, Kirarock Ngaffin, Jedaia Katal, Stanis Susuve, Dean Manale, Robert Boli and Isaac Aquila.The two shadow players are Stanford Talitha and Sabatah JuniorGaigais: Tinoi Samuel, Kali Kali, David Kura Jr, Jorden Seladi, Jack Maso, Lence Sitapai, Gary Iga, Joey Vagi, Gaven Andy, Bruno Tuaki, Nelson Thoa, Charlie Avira, Elipema Kini, Allan Kapanis, Kitchani Thomas, Rueben Kenake, Ismael Indepine, Yunni Patrick, James Lumaris, Ambros Hezure, Terence Uvau, Jonathan Tokiong, Sawi Sukumbal, Mate Lora and Arnold Lange.last_img read more

Somalia Drive Traffic Jam Leaves Many Stranded

first_imgSunday’s traffic jam as a result of ongoing road construction on Somalia Drive in Gardnerville left many commuters and church worshippers stranded for hours.Many of the commuters, including pregnant women, the elderly and women with babies on their backs were seen walking to their various destinations in Gardnerville and Stephen Tolbert Estate.Their facial expressions betrayed their anger and frustration as many complained they were getting late for their regular Sunday meetings and other appointments.A driver of a truck loaded with sand, identified as Mamadee Dukuly Keita, told the Daily Observer that he waited for two hours hoping for the traffic jam to subside.“It is actually the small commercial drivers that caused the problem,” Keita claimed.He added that small commercial drivers drove on the wrong side of the road and as a result caused unnecessary traffic jams.Taxi-cab driver Francis Thomas said truck drivers were also involved in violating traffic rules by driving on the wrong side of the road, and causing traffic jams.Hawa Moore, who was also affected, said many of the commercial drivers violate traffic regulations, “which resulted in the traffic jams.”Madam Moore said the Liberia National Police (LNP) traffic officers would have to enforce traffic regulations to prevent unnecessary traffic difficulties.Many of the people walked from Gardnerville to the Stockton Creek Bridge connecting New Georgia Estate. Though there was no construction work on Sunday, commercial drivers including taxis and buses, drove off the road on both sides.Some of the people pointed out that the inconveniences on Sunday were due to the lack of connecting roads from Somalia Drive to Monrovia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more