The first-and fourth-placed finishers will meet in both division 1 Launceston Basketball Association grand finals on Wednesday.
Devils finished its roster matches in fourth spot in both men’s and women’s divisions, and won consecutive playoff games to reach the decider.
Awaiting Devils in the men’s grand final are the City Rockets, who will be without recently-departed coach Darren Best but have not lost in nearly three months.
US import Darreon Tolliver said his side had flourished after taking time to find its identity early in the year.
“I feel like if we focus on this one game and not on the past we’ll put ourselves in a good position to win the championship,” he said.
“It’ll be a fun, exciting game - a lot of dunks, a lot of blocked shots and scoring so it’ll be a lot of fun.”
Injuries to a number of players including Lachie Cocker have hurt Devils this season, but Jack Rathmell insisted his side was up for the challenge after four-point finals wins over Rebels and Westside Trojans.
“The last couple of weeks we’ve been playing really well, we’ve been on a good streak leading up to finals,” the 18-year-old said.
In the women’s grand final, Devils will regain key duo Sophie Ackerley and Aishah Anis for their clash with Japara.
“We’ve had a lot of injuries and people not being able to make some games and we’ve had to get division 2 players to qualify that will now play with us for our grand final,” Ackerley said.
“We’ve won some games and lost a few that we should have won, but finals is a different thing.”
The Renegades have won three of four clashes between the two sides this season and are determined to register their first title in more than 30 years after falling one step short last season.
“We’ve had a couple of tough wins and a few crappy losses but we’re in the grand final so that’s good,” Renegade Zoe Robertson said.
“It’s such a different game when it comes to finals, you’ve just got to have your head in the game and be focused.”
The women’s grand final kicks off at 7pm at Elphin Sports Centre, with the men to follow at 8.30pm.
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