Teni ready for Warriors test

As Leopards prepare for the final game of the decade at Leicester Warriors on Saturday, guard Teni Mongo believes that they care capable of securing a vital victory.
“We have to close out 2019 the right way, continue to build on what we have and hit the ground running in 2020″ said the Londoner who joined from Westminster Warriors in early November.
“We are more than capable, we have the pieces and when we play our way we are problematic. It’s easy for us to acknowledge and say this but now is the time where we must do, actions over words.”
The Big Cats are desperately need a league win as they travel to the midlands but they will face a Warriors side who have surprised many people by sitting in joint seventh place in Division One with five wins from 12 games.
The game will see a battle between the top flight’s top scorers, with Leopards’ Hazeef Abdul leading the way with an average of 28 points per game, while Leicester’s TJ Henderson sits second in the table with an average of 26.2.
Last season saw Leopards complete a double against Warriors, winning 95-84 at home and 93-91 at Braunstone Leisure Centre as they finished one spot ahead of Leicester in seventh place.