THIS Saturday, the Tigers Den will be rocking as all three senior Shoalhaven teams will take to the court in the season's first triple header.
Both Ian Ozolins men's and Scott Balsar's youth men's Kennedy's Tours sides have already played one game at home this season, but Saturday will mark the first time Glen Mustapic's women's side have played on their home court in 2019.
And after having to wait five weeks to make amends for their 74-73 loss to Queanbeyan on March 9, Mustapic's side can't wait to battle the Wagga Wagga Blaze from 4pm on Saturday.
"Despite the tough result against the Yowies, I took it as a win," Mustapic said.
"It was the first time our group had played together as a team and they proved, against a very strong team, they can compete in this league.
"All the girls have learnt a lot from the loss, as we've had plenty of time to dissect the game - I know we will be a vastly improved side next time we step on the court, especially on the defensive end."
On the flip side, Mustapic believes the home support will help the women on the offensive end.
"It's always nice to play in front of your home fans, especially as it will be the first time a lot of the team have done so in this environment," he said.
"And with the youth men before our game and the division one men's side after us, it should be a really fun day - we all can't wait to get out on the court on Saturday."
The Tigers' opponent on Saturday, the Blaze, have split their two matches this season, including a first up 55-44 win against Goulburn before recently going down 94-84 to Queanbeyan.
"Wagga Wagga are always a tough team but if our defence can produce at a level I know it's capable of, I'm quietly confident we can get our first win of the year," Mustapic said.
"Saturday is another step in our season, which our main goal is to improve as players every time we step on the court.
"I know if we do that, the results will follow."
Before the women hit the court, Scott Balsar's youth men, who are 3-3 on the season, will battle the first placed Penrith Panthers (5-1) from 2pm - with Ian Ozolins' division one side clashing with the Wagga Wagga Heat at 6pm.
The day will also act as the Shoalhaven Basketball Association's season launch, starting at 8am with photos of all representative teams before a coaches clinic, run by the division one men's side, at 11am.
The massive day at the Den will also see the Scott Balsar and his victorious 2018 youth men's side presented with their Waratah League banner, between their conclusion of their game and the start of the women's match at 4pm.