Brian Chase Academy

STILL THE CHAMPS: The Police women celebrate their North Zone Basketball finals sweep against Brian Chase Academy following their 76-52 win in Game Two on Wednesday evening at the Jean Pierre Complex. At centre, stooping, is Kielle Connelly who led all scorers with 37 points. –Photo: Ian Wason

It’s do or die for defending champions Straker Nets when they face off against Caledonia Clippers tonight in Game Two of the North Zone Basketball League First Division finals at the Jean Pierre Sports Complex in Mucurapo.

Clippers lead the best-of-three series 1-0 following a narrow 72-69 in Game One at the same venue exactly one week ago, and the Morvant-based squad will be equally determined to leave no door open to the Nets and wrap up a series victory tonight.

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