Coffey’s Kristine Seko, a rising star of the women’s international golf circuit, will represent Papua New Guinea in the upcoming Pacific Games.
A total of 3000 athletes and more than 1500 support and other officials will converge on Port Moresby from 21 neighbouring Pacific nations for the games, to be held from July 4-18.
Kristine is the Kokoda Initiative Development Program education co-ordinator, which is managed by Coffey in PNG.
She has previously won the PNG national gold titles and took first place at the Cairns Classic Open 2014. Kristine has also won gold medals for squash at earlier Pacific Games held in Samoa and the Cook Islands.
We wish her all the best in the upcoming games.