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David Mead. EMTV Photo
Gold Coast Titans and Kumul winger, David Mead says Team Kumul will need to improve on the ruck area and work on their wrestle technique.
Upon arrival in Port Moresby yesterday, the NRL player says Kumuls will go into the Rugby League World Cup as underdogs, but anything is possible.

David Mead was met by his family upon arrival.

This week will be about getting the Kumuls together and getting down to business.

The Gold Coast Titans winger was in the country to see the Kumuls through the Prime Minister’s XIII match in Kokopo last month and while nursing an injury, Mead is positive that the Kumuls can bounce back.

Mead has signed on for another three years with the Titans to contest the NRL title and has two weeks to get his body back into game mode.

Mead will play a vital role in the Kumul pack and will lead on and off the field in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.

Mead did not hesitate to comment on what the Kumuls need to do and says there is definitely room for improvement.

Kumuls were a surprise package in 2008 and anything could be possible this time around.

Mead will be joined by other NRL players Ray Thompson, James SEGEYARO, Neville Costingan, including Paul Aiton this week.

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