Orange Dragons Aim for the 20th National Championship Title in Front of Home Crowd

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ACH Volley Ljubljana

The battle for this season's men's national championship title continues with tomorrow's third final match at Tivoli Hall at 6 PM. The current Slovenian champions, ACH Volley Ljubljana, are in an excellent position after enjoying victories both on their home court at Tivoli Hall last week and on the challenging ground in Kamnik on Sunday.

Despite the great atmosphere in the Orange nest, both the coaching staff and players are keeping their composure, aware that each match is a chapter of its own. They are highly motivated and positively geared up for tomorrow's potentially decisive derby. Matjaž Hafner, the head coach of Ljubljana, stepped up to the club microphone: "We certainly do not expect an easy job at Tivoli. The Kamnik team has nothing more to lose and will go all out. However, we must stick to our game, be aggressive enough, encourage each other, and fight for every ball. I believe this approach will ultimately bring us success and smiles."

Alen Šket, one of the standout players in the final series, also adds that they are ready for the third final match and that it will be necessary to play with the same approach as in the previous two: "Things could not have gone better for us. We are in good form, the team's energy is right, and we need to build on this for the third game. We know where the greatest threats from Calcit come from, and we will do everything to stop them again."

The third, potentially decisive match, will be broadcast live from Tivoli Hall starting at 6 PM tomorrow.