AJ Cheetahs, AJ Lions and AJ Sharks slugged it out in the men's game; Black Panthers and Black Lions faced off in the women's game while the kids marched out in mixed teams for the exhibition game.
Cheetahs trampled on the other two men teams, Lions and Sharks winning both of their games with a dominating scoreline at the end of two halves of 15 minutes, each.
The Samson Okeowo coached side devoured the Lions team, under the leading of Felix, who also doubled as player, with a 14-7 final score.
Centre man, Kareem, scored Lion's first and only Try, leaving the chance for conversion to Felix who nicely converted for the cumulative seven points.
Cheetah's Tries came from centre man, Olisa, and Fly-half, Patrick; Monday, playing from the wings, nicely converted on both occasions.
Cheetahs had nothing to fear against the King of the Jungle. Navy Barracks proved to be a different turf as the king bowed.
Having lost to Cheetahs in the first game, Lions were presented with a chance at redemption in their second while Sharks looked to kickstarting the day with a fine finish.
Lions started on a fine foot, going five points ahead in the first half but missing out on a two-point conversion.
Sharks responded with a try of their own and the conversion point of two to lead 7-5 at half time.
Faced with another possible defeat and the embarrassment of going ahead twice only to be beaten, Lions roared in the second with a resounding response.
From two points down in the first, the team in red returned with two tries and two conversions to increase its tally to 19. Unfortunately, the Sharks were made to swim the sandy pitch of the Navy Barracks stadium.
The game ended in favour of Lions with a 7-19 score line, giving them a respite of not totally losing their roars.
With the shocking defeat - having led in the first - Sharks were left with one more chance at earning their rights as the ruler of the sea, against the knights of the jungle, the fastest forest fiend, Cheetahs.
It was a fight between two forces - the fastest forest fiend and the fiercest sea fish - as Cheetahs and Sharks run out of the dug out for the third and final men's game.
Cheetahs, already with a high spirit from their victory over Lions, continued in their fine form, deepening the wounds the furious Lions inflicted on Sharks.
While Sharks could only manage five points from a try in the whole game, Cheetahs ran past the defence line on three different occasions, adding four conversion points to bring the total to 19.
With the game ending on 19-5 score line, Cheetahs carried the day with two wins from two games, scoring 33 points and conceding 12.
Lions finished second with one win and a loss, scoring 26 points and conceding 21.
Sharks are left with the hope for another time, languishing at the bottom with two losses, conceding 38 and scoring only 12 points.