TWO Launceston hockey teams will be vying for their fourth consecutive grand final victory tomorrow.
Both the women's Launceston City and men's Queechy teams will take on Burnie's City Marians for the Greater Northern League honours.
Launceston City captain Sarah McCambridge said her team was feeling confident.
``We're hoping for another win,'' she said. ``We beat City Marians last week 4-0 and we haven't lost a game all season so we're in a pretty good spot at the moment.''
McCambridge anticipates a good game for the finals with a strong supporting crowd.
``It was a pretty fiery game in the semi-finals and I expect the final will be the same,'' she said. ``The Marians are the next team below us on the ladder so they're our biggest rivals.''
Queechy coach Khan Riley said his team would also face tough competition.
``This is our eighth consecutive grand final, but if we win, it will be the fourth win in a row,'' he said.
``We lost to the Marians once throughout the year but we beat them two weeks ago.
``It's pretty strong for two Launceston teams to be in the final. Hopefully we should get a lot of supporters out there.''
The final will be played at St Leonards hockey centre.