Soccer BY PRISCILLA HARRY PNG Kapuls duo Raymond Gunemba and Michael Foster helped FC Genesis secure a 2-2 draw against Seeadler FC when the Port Moresby premier league entered its second round over the weekend. Despite having the services of Gunemba and Foster, it was Seeadler FC who seemed to find the rhythm with an opening goal three minutes into the game courtesy of Chucha Posman to take an early 1-0 lead. Skipper Steven Chandrol could have made it two goals at one stage but FC Genesis kept them at bay to go into the break leading 1-0 The game intensified in the second half when Gunemba and Foster took the field that led to FC Genesis picking a goal to draw level. It was Foster who scored in the 35th minute to level at 1-1. Seeadler were not done yet, they came back fighting and were rewarded with a goal to Pettyshen Elizah to make it 2-1. However, the goal was short-lived as their opponents continued to probe until they were awarded with a penalty. Gunemba stepped up to take it and made no mistake find the target to make 2-2 until full- time. Competition manager Paul Karambi said the Port Moresby Soccer Association has an open door policy and that has allowed the Kapuls players currently in camp training for the Pacific Games to join any team. “Due to the limited time they have allowed the players preparing for the Pacific Games to run with any PMSA teams,” he said.