Coach Michael Marum has made a slight change to his starting line-up promoting Brandy Peter from the bench in place of Kato Ottio who has been ruled out due to injury.Marum has also brought in Warren Clare into the side naming him on the bench.The PNG side is currently in fourth spot on 22 points behind second-placed Wynnum Manly Seagulls and Ipswich Jets while Tweed Heads hold ninth spot.Wynnum Manly and Jets are also on 22 points following their mandatory two points from byes and maintain those positions due to superior percentage worked out using points for and against.Hunters have so far defeated top teams including competition leaders Townville Blackhawks in round 11 and second placed Jets at Kalabond Oval in round 13.The full team is: 1. Stargroth Amean, 2. Bland Abavu, 3. Noel Zeming, 4. Thompson Teteh, 5. Adex Wera, 6. Israel Eliab (c), 7. Ase Boas, 8. Henry Noki, 9. Wartovo Puara, 10. Esau Suine, 11. Brandy Peter, 12. Lawrence Tu’u, 13.Adam Korave.Interchange: 14. Warren Clare, 15. Timothy Lomai, 16. Willie Minoga, 17. Enock Maki, 18. Nickson Borana, 19. Atte Bina, 20. David Lapua, 21. Edward Goma. (Four to be omitted).Hunters will be hoping for eight consecutive wins and the challenge becomes more pressing to maintain this impressive run when they face the Seagulls away from home at the Pigabeen Oval at 3pm.
Following the 2008 year-long Cape Grace refashioning, The Spa has undergone a facelift of its own. Now incorporating a sense of place more than ever, the existing Spice Route theme has been expanded so that guests can truly indulge in the mysteries of the spices.Based on Vasco Da Gama’s voyages and trade with exotic lands, The Spa has embraced this history with its new signature 90-minute treatment, Spice Journey, which takes guests on a journey from India to Kenya, Tanzania to Madagascar and Mozambique to South Africa. Beginning with a musk and sandalwood pre-treatment rub to relax the muscles and a Fruit Butter Emulsion Scrub to exfoliate the skin, the Spice Journey treatment incorporates a hydrating Honey Soft Earth Mud and a Showergel with tamarind and lemon, before finishing with a Massage Butter, containing Kigelia Africana, Rooibos and Aloe vera, and a refreshing Body Mist Spray.In celebration of the reopening, the Spa at Cape Grace has also unveiled a new product line, Skin Sphere, with signature products in the body range (including the Spice Journey treatment) and new amenities created with signature scents. This new spa range is made entirely of plant extracts and is not tested on animals.For more information about the Spa at Cape Grace, please visit: www.capegrace.com/services/spa