This event included an indoor 5-a-side football tournament and a sit down (mixed ability) volleyball exhibition match.
Other teams that took part included the PNG Sports Foundations (athletes and Para-athletes), UPNG plus a combined team from Solomon Islands and Fiji High Commission.
The event also farewelled the PNG under 21 Netball Team to Glasgow for the World Youth Netball Championships.
The event was officially opened by Sports and Pacific Games Minister Justin Tkatchenko with British High Commissioner Jackie Barson.
The High Commissioner said the London Olympics was one of the greatest Olympics the world witnessed and hoped to generate that spirit for the 2015 Games.
“This time last year the world was watching one of the greatest Olympic and Paralympics Games in living memory. It was a golden summer of sport in the United Kingdom.
“Hosting games, be it regional or global is the most complex peacetime challenge a country can undertake and in 698 days PNG will welcome the Pacific to Port Moresby for the XV Pacific Games. It is a time for planning and a time for a lot of hard work, it is also a time to look at the experience of others and to learn from them,” she said
“In 2015 we want to join you in celebrating success: success in sports and also success in creating a legacy which endures long after the closing ceremony and of which PNG can be proud.” Barson added further.
The theme for the afternoon was volunteerism and inclusivity. It turned out to be a success with the British High Commission five aside football team winning the competition 2 - 1 after a penalty shoot out against the combined pacific island team. The Post Courier