THE Tamavua Celtics volleyball side are confident of upsetting Marist Blue when the two teams meet in the FBC Challenge Cup match in the Suva Volleyball Association weekly competition tomorrow.
The Williams and Gosling-sponsored side have been holding on to the Challenge Cup for three years now and are aiming to retain it for a fourth straight year.
Celtics are placed third on the competition points table but team coach Meli Cama said the challenge match would be a different story.
He said his side was made up of young and inexperienced players but can combine well to do damage against their opponents.
"It will not be an easy challenge against Marist Blue but they can be beaten," Cama said.
"We are still in a developing stage as our star players Jiujiua Koroi and I are no longer playing but the young boys are doing well," he said.
Cama has named Etonia Vosa, Cakau Jona and Inia Koroi as some of the players who can combine well to help his team win.
"Vosa is our power spiker, Cakau our left hander and they can combine very well with Inia to do damage against Marist Blue."