Michael Cedar drives at the basket in a match earlier this season.
Michael Cedar drives at the basket in a match earlier this season. Mike Richards GLA230515BBAL

Power the only club with two teams left

PORT City Power's record run in the men's competition will continue this weekend, the team travelling to Brisbane to take on the Capitals.

Since losing to Brisbane in the third match of a triple header earlier in the season, the players have always been confident of toppling the team in a single match.

The men will play on Saturday night at 8pm.

Before that match tips-off, the Power's women's side is at home to Ipswich at Kev Broome Stadium.

Not only is it a home match, but the Power also have Natalie Taylor and Jess Bygate returning to the side.

It is a boost which the playing group know will only make the team better.

The pair were on national duties with New Zealand for the past month, a month which Port City has struggled through, including a dominant win over Mackay in last week's quarter-final.

The match tips-off at at 6.30pm Saturday night.



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