Papua New Guinea got a quarter-last against has Britain extravagantly as they finished Grains’ weak Rugby Association World Cup trusts.
Kyle Laybutt, Nixon Putt, Jimmy Ngutlik and Dan Russell all crossed for PNG in an uneven first half in Doncaster.
Ridges’ odds were good that rare, with Kyle Evans simply neglecting to arrive at a chip kick to score.
The Kumuls turned the screw after the break, adding further attempts through player of the match Putt and Ngutlik.
PNG can now anticipate what ought to be an exhilarating experience against Britain in Wigan this Saturday on Person Fawkes Day, while there likewise vows to be firecrackers between Gathering D victors Tonga and Samoa in Warrington the next day.
Regardless of misfortunes to Cook Islands in their initial game and afterward to Tonga, Ribs entered the last pool experience still with a slight possibility of arriving at the knockout stages.
In any case, that would have required Ribs not simply to track down
A triumph – and end a winless run at World Cups extending back to 2000 – yet to beat hot top choices PNG by 22 or better.
John Kear’s side were helped by Ollie Olds recuperating from a shoulder knock to have his spot at deadlock, in a side appearance three changes from the Tonga rout at St Helens seven days prior.
Will Evans, Rhodri Lloyd and Mike Butt returned, with Tom Hopkins, Dalton Award and Luke Thomas the triplet to clear a path.
Stanley Tepend rolled out three improvements to his PNG crew, all approaching in the pack, where Watson Boas, Sylvester Namo, McKenzie Yei cleared a path for prop Zev John, whore Wesser Tenza and second column Sherwin Tanabi.
Ridges had beaten the Kumuls two times beforehand, in 1991 and 2000 when the Winged serpents were in their pageantry, yet a change yet to be determined of force was really quite clear when Grains lost 50-6 in the last gathering between the two groups, at the 2017 World Cup.
That had been in the singing intensity and 98% mugginess of Port Moresby, yet conditions in Doncaster were totally different, with a consistent deluge that made taking care of smooth and protecting kicks precarious.
Ribs had driven against both Cook Islands and Tonga yet there was to be no Halloween alarm for PNG, who guaranteed two attempts inside the initial dozen minutes at the Eco-Power Arena to settle any nerves.
First Laybutt pressed around Bailey Antrobus’ miserable plunge, before Putt crashed over from a yard on the last tackle. Kumuls captain Rhyse Martin changed over both for a 12-0 lead.