Racism at its best in Australian NRL
.Commentary By Noel Anjo, Sunday Bulletin

PNG's International Justin Olam scored the first try (penalty try) for Melbourne Storms.

Fijian International Suliasi Vunivalu through individual effort intercepted a long pass and ran 80m to score the second try. PNG government and about 90% of NRL followers in PNG supported cheering for Melbourne Storms because Justina Olam was playing in the grand finals. Suliasi Vunivalu was playing his last NRL game, he will be switching codes to rugby union next year. [text-box color="blue"] Justin and Suliasi should be given the opportunity to speak on camera by fox sports commentators and sideline commentators on the field.your content [/text-box] The two Melanesian brothers should be given the opportunity speak to promote the spirit of the game in PNG and Fiji and Pacific as a all. There is racism in NRL, all Pacific Islanders playing in NRL should follow the footsteps of Tonga, refuse to play for Australia and represent the Pacific Islands in any International matches.

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