The Papua New Guinea government has urged the rugby league community to work together and be accountable to ensure the country's national sport thrives.
The Minister for Sports and Tourism, Justin Tkatchenko, was speaking at the PNGRFL Annual General Meeting at the weekend.
In welcoming more than 35 delegates to the meeting, Mr Tkatchenko said it highlighted the gains made by the rugby league since 2012 'in that the PNGRFL has undergone an amazing transformation'.
PNGRFL Chair, Sandis Tsaka, presented the Minister with copies of the PNGRFL 2015 Chairman's Report and Financial Accounts and Audited Statements, and thanked the government for their continued support and asked the Minister to consider the infrastructure of game facilities within the provinces.
Tsaka said the financial resources of the PNGRFL are governed by the continued support from sponsors and the government, so it was important to be accountable for their actions under the constitution.