NSL is calling on franchise clubs to submit their expression of interest with a fee of K5000 by Wednesday.This is limited to only five for the Southern Region and five for Northern Region with preference to those that address all affiliation criteria.The criteria include that franchise clubs must be incorporated as a company and be registered with the IPA and there is to be no conflict of ownership.Clubs must either have their home ground or demonstrate their ability to have their own ground within 3 years.They must also be able to adequately demonstrate their ability to meet all financial commitments during the season.The TNSL board with endorsement from PNGFA advised that all franchise teams will be responsible for travel and accommodation costs out of the normal regional competition except for the semi-finals and grand final.All franchises intending to submit an EOI will be required to attend a managers/franchise owners briefing which will be held in Port Moresby during October.The annual affiliation fee is K60, 000 and must be paid before 30 October.
Jason Quigley in sensational condition as he weighs-in ahead of his fight with Tolutomi Agunbiade.Jason Quigley is in phenomenal condition ahead of his fight against Tolutomi Agunbiade in California later tonight.Quigley weighed-in ahead of the bout with the Texan fighter who has had a mixed start to his professional career.Agunbiade has won two and lost two in his four professional contests so far. He wasn’t named as his opponent until the weigh-in and is somewhat of an unknown entity.However, Quigley says that not knowing his opponent doesn’t effect him and credits his top-class background in the amateur game as the reason for this.Quigley told Sky Sports, “That’s the great thing about coming from such a high-class amateur background, I prepare in the gym and I let my opponent worry about me.“If there’s any footage on my opponent then great, I’ll look at their weak spots to see what I can capitalise on, but if not I’ll get in there and let them worry about me. “I’ll do my plan, I’ll do what I’m good at. I’m not worried who I come up against. I know that I train hard every day.”The coverage of Quigley’s card begins at 3am Irish time and the Ballybofey boxer is expected to fight at around 4am.We wish Quigley as looks to make it FIVE wins from FIVE, another KO would be welcomed. 🙂 QUIGLEY IN SENSATIONAL CONDITION AS HE WEIGHS-IN AHEAD OF FIGHT IN CALIFORNIA was last modified: March 20th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:boxingCaliforniaJason QuigleynewsSportTexanUSAWeigh-in