THE Tamworth Thunderbolts will be looking to retain their top position on the Waratah League ladder with a victory over the Port Macquarie Dolphins on Sunday.
Fresh off the back of their 79-55 win over the Hills Hornets last week, a victory on Sunday would see the Thunderbolts retain first place on the ladder with four rounds remaining.
The Dolphins have had a forgettable season, sitting in ninth place on the ladder with just two wins to their name.
The last time the two sides met in round 10, the Thunderbolts recorded a convincing 85-44 victory at the Tamworth Sportsdome.
Tamworth's only loss for the season to date came on the road to the Hills Hornets in round four, meaning the side has won eleven-straight games.
The Thunderbolts' women's team will also be looking for a victory on the road when they take on the Coffs Harbour Suns on Saturday night.
The-top-of-the-table clash will see the undefeated Suns look to extend their lead on the ladder from the Thunderbolts, who are currently sitting second.
Tip off is at 7pm, while the men's game begins at 10.15am on Sunday.