Touch Football PNG secretary-general Ses Lae said that the 14-member men’s and women’s squads would be announced this month.
Lae said the training would end tomorrow.
He said the reason why the team was not named earlier was due to the training camp to assess players had been deferred to this week.
Lae said 56 players were vying for spots in the Games squad with 20 of these are players based outside Port Moresby, including four in Australia.
“It will be interesting to see who stands up during the fitness and skills testing,” Lae said.
The National Capital District-based players have an edge over their out-of-town colleagues, performing better during the better fitness and skills drills.
He said PNG touch was hoping to improve on their bronze medal performance at the 2011 Games in Noumea.