Linden Guinness “Greatest of the Streets” Competition: Could Bullets go all the way?

Who will it be is the question on the lips of aficionados planning to witness tonight’s final of this year’s Linden segment of the Guinness “Greatest of the Streets” Competition, which is scheduled to be played, at the Retrieve Hardcourt.
After four riveting nights of action in the mining community, the curtains will come down this evening with the semi-finals and final for prize money totalling more than $1.5 million along with trophies.
Along with the reality of a new champion being crowned following the exodus of three-peat champions Swag Entertainment in the quarter-finals, the chance of an automatic berth to the nationals in July has also served as an added incentive for the excitement being felt throughout the community.
Two-time champions Silver Bullets, who were responsible for booting the defending champions out of the tournament, must start as the overwhelming favourites to add another trophy to their cabinet.

A look at what to expect during the Linden Guinness “Greatest of the Streets” finale

However, their opponent Spaniards have shown throughout the tournament that they are just as adept in the format and have also demonstrated a level of determination opposing teams fear.
In the other fixture, Turf Presidents tackle Hardball Management, and this encounter is anticipated to set the tone for what is expected to be an exciting showdown among the surviving teams.
Both teams are coming off impressive wins with the former dispatching Pro Ballers 3-0 in the quarters, while the latter were equally efficient in their 2-0 triumph over Excuse the Rush.
Fans have turned out in their numbers, and this is despite the inclement weather, therefore the organisers are confident that another large turnout will be seen on the final night of competition.
Once again, there will be the usual giveaways for the loyal fans along with the presence of the security apparatus that has been retained to ensure that the night’s proceedings run smoothly.
The winning team will cart off $500,000 and trophy, while second, third and fourth-place finishers will take home $400,000, $300,000 and $250,000 respectively.
Colours Boutique that provided the beautiful uniforms worn by the teams are also on board as a sponsor.
The fixtures are seen below:
Turf Presidents v Hardball Management
Silver Bullets v Spaniards.