Practice for the Polynesian Bowl 2023 continues on Wednesday, with both teams returning to practice at Kamehameha HS in Honolulu.
With warmer weather this week, Mauka and Team Makai take to the field at Kamehameha HS for the seventh annual game on Friday, televised at 4:00 pm HST on the NFL network.
Wednesday is the third day of training for the 2023 Polynesian Bowl.
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The 2023 Polynesian Bowl roster includes players such as Malachi Nelson, Nikolai Yamaleva, Zachariah Branch, Francis Mauigoa, David Hicks, Duce Robinson, Matio Huiagalelei, Bravion Rogers, police lemon, Jason Moore, Help Achan and Riley Williams.
The Polynesian Bowl kicked off in 2017 with the former Stanford all-rounder. Connor Weddington first offensive MVP and former Iowa quarterback AJ Epens Defense MVP. The 2018 game was the second year and former cornerback for Washington. Kyler Gordon and current quarterback for Stanford Tanner McKee were named Co-MVPs. The 2019 game featured Washington linebacker. Daniel Heimuli and BYU receiver Puka Nakua, earn co-MVP awards. The 2020 game featured a BYU quarterback. Sol-Jay Mayava and Washington defensive end Like win co-MVP. In 2021 Colorado quarterback Travis Hunter was offensive MVP while Maryland linebacker Jayshawn Barham took home defense MVP awards.
The sixth tournament of the Polynesian Bowl is scheduled for January 20, 2023 in Honolulu and will be broadcast on NFL Network television.
For a look at the 2023 Polynesian Bowl lineup, come here.