Al Heen, formerly Ball is Life dominated Tausug on both ends of the floor to win its second championship in the Rising Division. It was an all out assault right from the opening buzzer for Al Heen as they blazed to a 9-0 attack complimented by the tight defense of their triple tower, Rocky Manhilot, Arnel Danda and Mark Sabusap. Tausug was forced to commit early turnovers and were in penalty early as Al Heen capitalized on their height advantage as they relentlessly attacked the basket. Tausug was left groping for form for the most part of the game and though they managed to keep Al Heen in striking distance for the first three quarters, it was a totally different story during the fourth as Al Heen sensed the exhaustion and frustration on the part of Tausug, they stepped on pedal with Derrick Manalo and Kenneth Comia leading the charge further increasing their lead to 14 with 8 minutes remaining in the game. Tausug’s Yraphil Bacay and Musab Ambag did reduce the deficit to 6 through their outside sniping but that was the closest that they can get as Al Heen put on the finishing touch to end the game with an 84-74 win. Derrick Manalo was chosen as the Finals MVP for his 23 point performance.
The Mythical Five Awardees for the Rising Division of the 24th Conference went to Sanny Diangson of Skydive Qatar, Reagan Catibog of Warrior Cats, Erivan Tan of Tausug, Kenneth Comia and Jan Carlo Dimaculangan of Al Heen. The Conference MVP Award went to Jan Carlo Dimaculangan and the Best Defensive Player Award went to Red Bundallan of Tausug. The Best Coach of the Conference was given to Eugene Reyno of Al Heen.