Enga Mioks

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Enga Mioks
Club information
Colours White, Green and Yellow
Founded 1992
Current details
Ground(s)
  • Johnson Siki Aipus Oval, Wabag
Competition PNG NRL

Enga Mioks (established 1992) are a semi professional rugby league team based in Enga Province, Papua New Guinea. The team competes in the Papua New Guinea National Rugby League competition. They play at Johnson Siki Aipus Oval, Wabag located at 3km outside the provincial capital Wabag.

History[edit]

The team qualified for the SP Inter-city Cup in its 1998 season. In their maiden season they came a miserable second-last. The following season under new coaching staff and new sponsors Toyota they improved significantly coming fourth. In their third season with the smart recruiting of power-house international prop Raymond Karl the Mioks won their first minor premiership and SP Intercity Cup title. Ever since then the team has had a wayward time with financial problems and provincial problems. Entering the new PNGNRL competition on 2005 they had a scrappy season finishing a lonely second last. In 2006, however they improved just missing out on the finals play off by points difference.

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