By BURI GABI
TELIKOM will be banking on their evergreen goal shooter Mary Gumia to sink every attempt to disconnect a fired-up National Fisheries Authority (NFA) in the Public Servants premier division netball grand final at the Rita Flynn Courts tomorrow.
NFA goal attack Gilliean One will once again be leading her chargers to apply the same dosage they gave their rivals two weeks ago.
However, Telikom captain Ann Dobini and her girls have been in the finals for years and know their winning formulae – to cut down on their error rate and ensure to pot more attempts under the ring.
PNG Pepes star Geua Raula and Marie Therese will be pressing on a defensive plan to stop them advancing into their territory.
Wing attack Alice Andrew will be attacking from the outset to ensure the title does not slip through their hands into NFA’s fishing net.
NFA are making their debut in the premier division this season but have already created history making into the grand final.
Captain Cathy Solomon is satisfied with the team’s results this season and winning the grand final will be an added bonus for NFA.
NFA’s success this season can be attributed to veteran coach/player One, who has been an inspiration to the side.
She said the side that cut down on their mistakes should hoist the trophy after the grand final.
In division one, Works clash with Ombudsman Commission Eagles while PNG Power will attempt to switch off the Labour Department in division two.
National Gaming Control Board (NGCB) will dig deep into Mineral Resource Authority (MRA) in division four while Department of Justice and Attorney-General should teach Hahediba Education a lesson in division five.