The Queensland Pacific Island Cultural Carnival wrapped up yesterday with some great games played over the three days.

As well as football - the strong crowds were also treated to cultural displays and enjoyed a variety of Pasifika food stalls.

Download the points ladder here. See below for the full results of the carnival.

QUEENSLAND PACIFIC ISLAND CULTURAL CARNIVAL 2015 RESULTS

Download the Queensland Pacific Island Cultural Carnival full results here

Grand Final Results

OPENS:

NHEW MAORI 20 (Kainga Turner 2, Caleb Heke, Henry Cope, tries; Henry Cope, Ash Harawira-Naera goals) defeated QLD PNG 12 (Anthony Seeto, Alex Ambia, Harry Lohia tries)

Under 18:

Tokoua TONGA 32 (Raiden Fonoti 4, Kelepi Faukafa, Tevita Alipa tries; Misa Niupalavu 3, Mark Taipaleti goals) def QLD PNG 22 (Camillus Komung 2, Jimmy Kairu, Hisiu Fabila-Hicks, tries; Haydyn O’Hara 3 goals)

Under 16:

NHEW MAORI 30 (Xavier Toia, Reihana Marsh, Ronaldo Mulitalo, Dray Ngatuere-Roe, Tana Whakatau, Lorenzo Mulitalo tries; Joel Hughes 2, Ronaldo Mulitalo goals) def SAMOA 16 (Zion Matthes, Dillon Alaimoana, Payne Haas tries; Fruen Easthope 2 goals)

Under 14:

COOK ISLANDS 20 (William Evans, Tahenga Tiarea-Mareko, Jermaine Pepe, Carsil Vaikai tries; Dion Samuela 2 goals) def SAMOA 8 (Alolfiana Khan-Pereia, Ligi Nonoa-Hansell tries)

Pacific Island Nations Most Valuable Player of the tournament

Queensland NHEW Maori Rugby League:

·         Under 14 – Jayden Clarkson
·         Under 16 – Waylan Manuel
·         Under 18 – Michael Molo
·         Open Men – Ash Harawira

Queensland Tokoua Tonga Rugby League:

·         Under 14 – Paea Feao
·         Under 16 – Mahe Taipaleti
·         Under 18 – Tevita Alifa
·         Open Men – Otu Talakai

QLD PNG Rugby League:

·         Under 14 – Cruise Ten
·         Under 16 – Jacob Alick
·         Under 18 – Cam Komūng
·         Open Men – Trevor Exton

Rugby League Samoa Queensland:

·         Under 14 – Alofiana Khan - Pereira
·         Under 16 – Dwight Saueha
·         Under 18 – Keti Failvalu
·         Open Men – Les Aumaua

Queensland Cook Island Rugby League:

·         Under 14 - William Evans
·         Under 16 - Miracle Tuivaiti
·         Under 18 - Anthony Turaki
·         Open Men - Quinten Pepe