A TIGHT contest awaits Horsham and Horsham Saints who have their eye on a C grade premiership flag.
The sides have battled it out on the court three times this season.
While keeping pressure in their last two encounter, Saints have yet to defeat the minor premiers.
Demons coach Alex Neale said her team has moved from strength-to-strength. She expects their versatility to help them grasp the premiers flag.
“We are quick out on defensive and have strong rebounds as well,” she said.
“If we can rattle Saints shooters, we will get those rebounds and get the ball down quickly to convert.
“We’re a quick side and play well in the heat and I can see it’s going to be warm.”
Neale said the Saints had height on their side especially in its defenders.
“We need to be mindful and careful on how we feed the ball into the ring,” she said.
Horsham Saints coach Stacey Brennan said her team has not gained the upper-hand on the Demons this year, but their finals series performance has built up their confidence.
“Demons are a very tight unit and fit, but we are quite strong up each end in defenders and attackers,” she said.
“Our defenders are our pivotal point in the team and have played strong throughout the year.”