Peter Agblevol’s brace in the second half was enough for the law enforcers to lift the trophy in front of the fully parked stadium.
APR FC opened the score through Nshimiyimana Yunusu’s header in the 13th minute but the law enforcers’ defense had a hard task to contain serial attacks from APR wings, to prevent further leaks.
Police had its double efforts denied by the APR goalkeeper, Nzila Pavelh on the stroke of the first half.
Peter Agblevol made no mistake, however, in the 75th minute to utilize Djibrine Akuki’s cross to nod in past Nzila to make it 1-1.
Attacks from APR from time to time in the second half yielded no positive results.
It was rather Agblevol’s last nail in the dying minutes of second period that put Police FC in command, after a quick through-in from Muhadjiri to midfielder Abed Bigirimana, who passed the gift of Agblevol to bury the ball inside the net, to make it 2-1.
APR FC and Police FC eliminated Musanze and Rayon Sport in the semifinals, on penalties.
This year’s Heroes Day was celebrated under the theme “Heroism among Rwandans, our Dignity.”