The grand final play offs will see the Under 20, A Grade and Women’s division vie for the top prize.
The women’s grand final will be played as curtain raiser to the Prime Minister’s XIII between Australia and PNG on Saturday, Sept 24 and the men’s grand finals will be played on Sunday, Sept 25.
In the women’s match, Paga Panthers will take on defending champions Royals for the top prize of
K7,000 and runner up will get K2,500.
In the U20 division, Brothers will play Souths for a top prize of K7,000 and second place will take home K2,500.
In the A Grade division, Hohola Flies will battle with Paga Panthers for the top prize of K20,000 while second place will settle with K2,500.
POMRFL operations manager Meke Maino said thanked SP Brewery for the support in this competition and the successful season.
Maino congratulated the six teams that made it this far and thanked the technical staff for working together to making the season a success.
Maino applauded all the players who have put in their effort and also the referees for their time and commitment every weekend.
Maino urged the supporters and families who will be present to cheer for their teams to be on their best behaviour.
Tickets for the matches are selling at K5 outer stand and K10 main grandstand.
Pictures by Kennedy Bani