Walk into their office and you'll hear Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger".
With their desks just metres apart, they might be sitting a bit too close for comfort.
Especially because they both do boxing training.
Dennington's Jess Haberfield and Merrivale captain Nicole Ferguson are ready to resume one of netball's great rivalries.
The upcoming Dogs versus Tigers preliminary final has made for some great office banter at Montgomery Carey and Associates this week.
It's a match that has their colleagues captivated at the Warrnambool-based office.
What's better is that office manager Haberfield, a star goal attack, and senior accountant Ferguson, a gun goal defence, are set to play on each other in the do-or-die clash.
"I'm pretty sure that we've had two losses against Merrivale and one win and we're looking forward to evening those numbers up and getting the win," she said.
"The office hasn't yet spoken of its choice of club this weekend so we're hoping it might come on the Dennington bandwagon more so than Merrivale.
"But I think Nic has other ideas."
Ferguson said she was hoping to hear more of "Eye of the Tiger" before Saturday's match at Reid Oval.
"We're looking for redemption after our loss last week," she said.
"Personally I'll be coming out all guns blazing."
Ferguson, who rates Haberfield highly, said they have great on-court battles.
Haberfield, who has dealt with a knee injury this season, said she was feeling at her best this week.
"My body feels probably the best it's been so that's good timing," she said.
"I feel like I'm ready to roll."
The Dogs will train on Thursday and Friday night this week ahead of the final.
Haberfield said they were keen to bounce back after their 40-33 loss to Nirranda on Saturday.
"I think the biggest thing upon reflection is that we had a lot of unforced errors," she said.
"The great thing is that it's something that can be fixed and cleaned."
The Dogs goalie said her side would need to be ready from the first whistle.
"I think we need a lot of fire, we know that they won't give up," she said.
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