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Michael Marum Wikipedia
Michael Marum is a Papua New Guinean rugby league player who represented his country in the 2000 World Cup.
Marum played for, and captained, the Agmark Rabaul Guria's and played four tests for Papua New Guinea, including one at the 2000 World Cup.
He coached the Agmark Rabaul Guria's in the 2012 Digicel Cup.
Marum has also been involved with coaching the Papua New Guinea side, working with Adrian Lam and Stanley Gene at the 2008 World Cup and 2010 Four Nations.
Marum has also served as the competition director to the local Agmark nines tournament.
He coached Papua New Guinea rugby league nines side at the 2015 Pacific Games.
In 2016 Marum was appointed the coach of the 13-aside Papua New Guinea national rugby league team after Mal Meninga left to coach Australia. His first game as coach of the Kumuls was against Fiji in the 2016 Melanesian Cup. Coaching the Kumuls to a 24-22 win over Fiji.