Papua New Guinea not giving up on World Cup dream

The side narrowly missed out on qualifying for cricket's global event this year. But the interest has not diminished.

    The on-going cricket World Cup comprises14 countries but plenty more have ambitions to one day be involved.

    They include Papua New Guinea who only just missed out on qualification. Things will only get more difficult for the side as the ICC recently announced the next event will have just 10 teams.

    Paul Rhys reports from the town of Hanuabada where cricket is the game of choice.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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