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.