Power need win badly

A MUCH-NEEDED win is the only thing on the mind of coach Dean Page when his Giants Liquor Port City Power play Hervey Bay tomorrow at the Kev Broome Stadium.

The Power, who are sixth on the Southern Cross Basketball Division ladder, will need to be at their best against the second-placed Hurricanes.

Two of the Power's key players, Glen Chapman and Aaron Nagas, are under injury clouds, but will be given until tip-off to prove their fitness.

The important Green brothers Tarron and Daniel have been cleared to play, while rising young star Chris Lynch comes plays his first game of the season.

Tip-off is at 2pm.

Meanwhile, new Power women's coach Danny Page faces a big task in his first official game in charge against the Hurricanes at noon.

The Power are at full-strength for this clash with Diana Neves and Leonie Macks in top form.



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