The PSC Falcons and the Ronald Charles Prowlers will go head-to-head tonight in game one of the Mackeson All Nations Championship Finals.
Both team captains are in high spirits for the opener.
Captain of the PSC Falcons, Yanick Regis, says his team is extremely confident ahead of this evening’s game one clash with the Prowlers.
Falcons had to come from behind to defeat the Mellisa Poponne-Skerrit Crossover 2-1 in a 3-game semi-final series.
“I think the first game is very important. We want to start up the series in a good fashion, a strong fashion,” he said.
He added, “All our players are healthy, all of them are prepared for the game and I think we can look to go into this game and take the momentum from the jump.”
Captain of the Ronald Charles Prowlers, Junior Isles, is also confident his team can take a one-nil lead in game one. “We played really well in our last two games against the Blazers team and it showed that we’re on the right path so far. Our defence has improved, our scoring has improved and we’re not going there to play like the Falcons cannot play basketball.”
Game one will tip off from 8:00PM.