Launceston will fancy its chances of advancing to both State League basketball deciders as it plays semi-finals at Elphin Sports Centre on Saturday.
The clear favourite in the men's competition, Launceston Lightning breezed through the first two rounds with a 6-0 record to set up an 11.45am clash with Glenorchy Spartans.
Boasting league MVP Kai Woodfall and junior star Sejr Deans, the Lightning cruised to an 18-point win when the two sides met earlier in the campaign.
Glenorchy will need a huge performance from last year's MVP Jack Stanwix to advance to Sunday's final, where the winner of Penguin Blues and Hobart Phoenix will be waiting.
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The Lightning have a tougher path to the women's final, but should have a full squad to choose from as they meet Basketball Tasmania's high performance side in a 1.30pm clash.
Led by All-Star Five duo Sharn Haywood and Zoe Crawford, BTas enjoyed an impressive victory when the two sides last met.
The winner of the Lightning-BTas fixture will face either Latrobe or Hobart Phoenix in Sunday's final.
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