Super League

Broncos stun Saints

Saints, who had lost just once in the league prior to Sunday's trip which pitted top against bottom, forced the additional time thanks to Regan Grace's dramatic last-gasp try.

But man of the match Smith showed great composure to land the winning kick when the Broncos took a couple of tackles after a knock-on from Saints to set up the winning moment.

There was no sign of what was to come when tries from skipper James Roby and Luke Thompson helped Saints to a 12-0 lead after 10 minutes.

Perth may have more chance of joining Super League than the NRL

After beating the NRL to the punch by playing a premiership fixture on the other side of the world, English officials have revealed there had been discussions about a Perth team joining the likes of Toronto, New York, London and Toulouse in an expanded Super League.

"We've got New York and a number of other areas very interested and there are whispers from Perth that they are interested because there is a direct flight now into London," Wigan owner Ian Lenagan said.

Titans complete player swap for Super League sensation

Greenwood is considered one of the best young back-rowers in the Super League and has been on the radar of several NRL clubs.

Both Taia and Greenwood are awaiting visas before they officially join their new clubs.

"We wouldn't want to stand in the way of any player wishing to ply their trade elsewhere and Joe has been given a good opportunity at the Gold Coast,” Saints coach Kieron Cunningham said.

"It's always difficult to lose a home-grown player and personally I will be sad to see him leave.

Kapi Natto to create Super League for soccer

In a press conference yesterday in Port Moresby, 11 out of the 12 associations (Hekari, Mendi, Wabag, Lae, Manus, Bougainville, Koupa, Madang, Goroka, NCD Public Servants Soccer and Tabubil) vouched their support for Chairman of Hekari, John Kapi Natto to start the competition as soon as possible.

Only representatives from the Lahi soccer association were not present.

7 of the 12 soccer associations recently suspended by the PNG Football Association  include Hekari, Mendi, Wabag, Lae, Manus, Bougainville and Koupa.