Under the scorching heat of Port Moresby, Malai Rangers locked horns with Mutrus Brothers putting on a show for the fans, who watched gracefully from under the trees.
Malai Rangers, who had great defence mechanism at hand, rustled their way through, but Mutrus Brothers, having a close watch on the Rangers managed to chase back the Brothers.
Both in the second half, Mutrus Brother, coming back strong, scored their first try just minutes. Into the second half, teams, showing class and power, ended the first half at Nil all.
Looking to break the knot, at only less the three minutes before full-time, Malai Rangers, who kept the ball at hand, gapped through the rangers to equalise the score.
With conversion successful, Brothers finished on top with 6 points win to Rangers 4, at full-time.
President Samas Yei Latin, said the competition is set at a grass root level to encourage young people t participate in sports.
Samas called on NCD Governor Powes Parkop and corporate houses to sponsor teams from their individual suburbs.
Hohola Offseason rugby league competition will continue with its round 4 games next weekend.