THE Launceston Tornadoes take on Nunawading in their final game at the Elphin Sports Centre tomorrow night looking to finish the season off on a winning note.
The Lady Spectres will be looking for a victory to shore up their final's spot while the Tornadoes would love to cause an upset and repay their loyal fans for this season.
The Tornadoes pushed Nunawading all the way in round 18 before losing by seven points in one of their best performances of the season.
The Spectres are a tough outfit with WNBL players Tegan Cunningham and Hayley Moffatt, sharp- shooting US import Alyssa Shoji and Eleanor Brentnall who presents the Torns with a tough match-up inside.
"Nunawading will know they have to come in and play hard against us that's exactly what we'll expect,
especially if they lose against Hobart the night before," Tornadoes coach Peta Sinclair said.
"They are a physical team and we're prepared for that so it will be an entertaining match-up."
The Tornadoes last game of the season is known as the Rex Sainty Legends Cup and will be attended by former Tornadoes players.
The club is expecting a full house to cheer the team on for the last game of the season.
"A big home crowd will definitely contribute to a lift in the morale of the team and may just provide that extra motivation we need to secure us a big win," Sinclair said.
The Tornadoes have announced that they will finish this year having cleared all debts and will enter the 2014 season in a good financial position.
"We have much to celebrate both on and off the court in this rebuilding year," club chairwoman Janie Finlay said.