Papua New Guinea play their home games in strip of yellow jerseys, with a red V, red shorts and yellow socks. The shirt has been pulled on by some well known names such as: Marcus Bai, Stanley Gene, Adrian Lam, Arnold Kerwanty, David Westley and John Wilshere.
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Papua New Guinea who are nicknamed the Kumuls, which translates as Bird of Paradise, played their first international match against England at Port Moresby on the 6 July 1975, losing 12-40, though the game has been played in the islands since the 1940's. The Kumuls have a home stadium which is the Lloyd Robinson Oval and the team is consistently ranked in the top 10 of RLIF rankings.
The Kumuls have appeared in four Rugby League World Cups, with the first appearance in 1988. Their best result to-date was the quarter-finals in 2000. They qualified by right to the 2008 competition.