AFL Nauru President, Leona Ruana Cane said competition has been tough in the tournament.
“AFL Nauru is hoping to achieve more developed players from B and C grade to play in the A grade. More successful stories from players or officials or their change of life style from not active to being active and healthy. Hoping to achieve more people living a healthy life from participating in the competition.”
Cane said with teams displaying impressive performances in the 14-week tournament, they have lined up prizes to reward top teams.
“Trophies and Phone Top ups and cash prize for A Grade, B and C Trophies and cash prize.”
Meanwhile, the AFL Nauru Digicel Cup saw a comeback from the UB B team in the results of competition in week 2.
The team lost 64-61 to Aces B in their first game and came back in their next game against Aces C, 112-26.
In the other games, Panzer C defeated Lions C 119-48 and Tiger defeated Blues C 132-27.