The intense, absorbing match on a rain-soaked artificial pitch was played under floodlights after a lightning delay.
A close game saw Temasek Polytechnic (TP) see off Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) 3-2 in the Polytechnic-Institute of Technical Education (POL-ITE) Touch Football Championship.
Institute of Technical Education (ITE) beat Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) 65-63 in a later game, leaving ITE and RP as the only two teams with perfect 2-0 win-loss records after Day 2.
TP defeated NYP 89-66 while RP eased past SP 65-26. A much closer game saw ITE see off NP 77-58.
Thng Yong An (ITE #5) had a team-high of 17 points while Au Jin Kai (NUS #4) had a game-high of 22 points.
Shiek Ridwan (ITE#23) contributed a team-high of 16 points which includes 2 x 3-pointer shots to his team while Lim Fang Cie (TP#23) scored a game-high of 26 points which includes 4 x 3-pointer shots.
NTU came back from their semi-finals loss to clinch third in the championship with a 3–2 win over ITE. Despite ITE's strong fight against reigning champions NTU, a last minute goal conceded their loss.
The opening match between NUS and ITE ended in a 0–0 tie as both teams were unable to break the deadlock by full-time.