Rugby League BY SIMON KESLEP Featherstone Rovers 2019 Papua New Guinea recruit Watson Boas is keeping it all cool and patiently aims to take one game at a time. “The aim for this year is take one game at a time, know all my team mates as much as I can, enjoy everyone’s company and bring the team all the way to the finals,” Watson said. Watson also aims to give his best week-in and week-out with the prospect of securing another contract with any of the club in England. The former SP PNG Hunters and PNG LNG Kumuls halfback yesterday told the Post-Courier since arriving two weeks ago to join his new club that there were open arm receptions for himself, elder brother Ase and Willie Minoga. “The fans, management, coaching staff and players are really good to us; making us feel at home and providing everything for us,” said Watson. “The place is too cold but we are slowly adjusting and should be all right before we play our first game.” The reception was welcoming for the trio with the fans so friendly and having the respect for players and Watson cannot wait to play for them and giving something good back to the club. Rovers will play their first game this weekend against Bradford Bulls. “The motivation behind all my success in my rugby league career is my family – dad, mum, three brothers and a sister. They are my motivation when I’m down when I look to them they are always giving me the boost to continue pushing through everything.” Watson acknowledged the support of his former team mates whom he started his career with. He commended the efforts of sponsors one way or another for putting in their money for the greatest game of all. He further took time to commend clubs and the management of Kokopo Royals, Agmark Rabaul Gurias, SP PNG Hunters and PNG Kumuls who stood behind his club and representative career. “We are being looked after, trained and fed well and can’t wait to run in this weekend for the first game against Bradford,” said Watson.