Three games remain in the Women's Super League and the Devonport Strikers are determined to finish off the season strongly. With a home semi-final all but secured for the Strikers, coach Mal Gorrie emphasised the importance of his side continuing their run of momentum. "It's very important for us to finish off the regular season strong. We've had a really good run as we did last year but we got nothing out of it at the end of the season apart from a premiers plate," he said. "We are really motivated to get into the grand final, but we've still got three games to go so hopefully we get maximum points and look forward to finals." Following a 2-0 on the road win against Launceston United, the Strikers will return home for the first time in three weeks when they play Kingborough Lions on Saturday, August 26. The Lions will play for the second time this week, after a 3-1 defeat against Taroona on Tuesday, August 22. The Strikers currently sit second on the ladder, 12-points behind top-of-the-table South Hobart and eight-points clear of third-placed United. ALSO IN SPORT Gorrie said his team was focused on continuing their winning ways, which has seen them win four of their last five matches. "We are looking forward to it after a good result last weekend," Gorrie said. "We've regrouped really well and the teams really focused solidly on success at the moment. "Everyone is pushing for spots. We are still waiting for Samantha Hardy who is on holiday but overall we've got a really healthy group at the moment." The match is set to kick off at 12.15pm.