In the early game of the Telikom-sponsored competition, Admiralty dashed Lae City Dwellers’ hopes of minor premiership to hold them to a 2-2 drawn match.
Hekari showed their dominance of the proceedings and making the visitors look ordinary.
Hekari danger duo Joachim Waroi and Tommy Semmy scored a double each in the first half to give the Reds a 4-0 lead at halftime.
Madang FC fought back in the second half to hold the champions to a 25 minutes deadlock until freshman Emmanuel Airem sent the ball into the goal mouth.
The flying fox boys replied with a classic goal from Samuel Kini but that was all Madang could afford despite several attempts going begging through the brilliant saves by Hekari’s goalkeeper Ishmael Pole.
Pole played a blinder in the big win to aid his side to another minor premiership title in the bag.
Seven minutes later a brilliant cross over by Kaparoko man and replacement Kema Jack saw a powerful shot by Solomon Islander Tutizama Tanito to further extend the lead to 6-1.
Dangerman and U-23 national player Semmy again found the back of the net for a hat trick in the 84th minute before being replaced.
Experienced Jack sealed the match with a classic header from a pass from Tanito.
While over in Lae FC Port Moresby halt Besta bid for title when they stopped a courageous Besta PNG United 3-1, in their encounter at the Sir Ignatius Kilage Stadium.
Ladder: Lae City Dwellers 23, Hekari United 23, Madang 17, FC Port Moresby 15, Admiralty 11, Oro 10, Besta PNG United 7.