According to reports coming out of Nevis, Director of Sports, Lincoln Barry says he is confident that all will be in place for the proposed big match- up, set for Saturday 23rd October.
Barry indicated that the two poles have already been inserted at the Netball Complex and the back boards, rings and final marking of the court are expected to be completed by today (Wednesday 20 October).
SKABA officials are due to visit the complex on Thursday 21st October, to conduct an inspection and Barry expects the green light to be given for the match on Saturday night.
The Cotton Ground Rebels pulled off an upsetting victory on Sunday (October 17) when they defeated 18 times champions, Rams Hitters on home turf 82-78.
Game two is set for tomorrow Thursday 21st October.
Director of Sports, Lincoln Barry has revealed that another charter via the MV Caribe Queen will be available for fans on Nevis, who wish to witness the crucial game which starts at 7:00pm on Saturday night.