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Boroko Rugby League

The Boroko Offseason League saw its knockout matches turn into highly contested challenges as teams tried to wire up and defend their territory.


Four B Grade and four A Grade teams went head to head in the knockout round.

The knockouts will determine who goes into the final playoff for both divisions.


The knockouts will continue for the next three weeks before the final play off.


The Boroko Offseason Rugby League saw a very competitive match between the teams as they struggled with momentum to secure a spot a in the final round.


Sixteen teams clashed in the knockouts, but only 8 will make it to the final playoff in coming weeks.


From the 8 teams, 4B Grade and 4 A Grades will play in the final playoff to bid for the top prize of K3000 and the trophies.


President Amaia David said it is down to the wire. He hopes for the best in the finals play off.


Three weeks from now, the top 8 will become the top 4 to play in the finals.

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