The competition was organised by the University of Portsmouth Dance Club, as a charity event to support St Barnabas House Hospice.
Taking place each year it was the second time tchoukball had entered.
Both sides fielded a mixture of experience and raw talent, with newcomer Jack Snell shining for Leeds Cosmos to continue his good form, once again showing his exciting promise with some superbly placed power shots.
The match saw Fareham Greens take on the Fareham Youth squad.
The game saw the Greens take an early lead as the youth squad started nervously.
Both Dave Claire and Cameron Clarke quickly built up a great understanding with their switches and scored a lot of points early on.
Division one saw some thrilling games, the Guildford Ignite and Bury Wolves game the pick of the lot, attracting a large crowd as the teams went toe-to-toe throughout the encounter.
Bury’s youth team had earlier beaten Portsmouth Ducks 58-55 in what was their first ever national league match and came within a whisker of claiming a second scalp, Guildford taking the win 51-50 in the final few seconds of an enthralling match.
Cromer, in their first competition, took on Bolts in the opening game, Bolts ending 59-32 winners.
The side improved throughout the match, going in confident against Bury.