They will not want a repeat of last week with little things that cost them the game. Gurias won by 4 points, courtesy of successful penalty and conversion kicks. Tigers play PRK Mendi Muruks in a semi-final (elimination) at 3pm.Coach Stanley Tepend reminded the boys soon after the loss on Sunday that it was important to keep cool and be in control of the game. He told them to stay focused for the final shot today.Former Kumuls/Hunters player David Loko has been Tigers’ trusted man with a style of play that won the crowd’s hearts. He will be supported in the forwards by able runners in former Kumuls Roy Kela, captain Sydney Fred and lock Ismael Balkawa.Tigers’ mobile back-line should cause some headaches for the visitors if they are not careful. Tigers had a good year, finishing on top of the table in the Eastern pool during season proper and continued the form during the crossover. Both sides defeated each other during their home games this year. Claiming the back to back minor premiership tag, many will show up at Lae League to cheer, hoping that the Lae Biscuit Company sponsored side have done their work during the week in preparations.