INVESTMENT Promotion Authority (IPA) and Westpac will face off in what is expected to be fiery in the private companies netball competition on Sunday at the Rita Flynn Courts.
IPA will be counting on the experience of Julian Leka to lead her young chargers against Westpac.
Westpac also boast of the ever-reliable Mona-Lisa Leka, who will be controlling the traffic flow for her side.
After going down narrowly to the informed Brian Bell last Sunday, Westpac will be out to avenge that loss against the IPA.
But never write off IPA, who are currently hot and set to take on their rivals and reigning premiers, Westpac.
It will be a daunting task for IPA, but if preparations have been going well through the week, they should have their job cut out to continue their winning run.
In another interesting clash, Bank South Pacific will be out to halt national flag carrier Air Niugini’s consistent run.
The PX girls were in devastating form last Sunday, when they recorded a convincing win over Nambawan Super Limited and are expected to continue their brilliant form.
However, keep your eyes on giant killers, Brian Bell if their current form is any indication.
They have already shown that they are capable of humbling top sides and they are expected to add Daltron to their list of victims.
Led by Caroline Genaia, Brian Bell, are shaping up for a successful season this year.
In the other match, Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) and Fairdeal Liquors will be battling it out in the main game.
NSL are coming back from a loss last weekend and are expecting a good fortune.
Private companies netball president Hitolo Moka is also reminding teams in divisions four to 10 that their matches would be replayed at 11:30am on Sunday.