THE Red Dragons hope to get into the winning habit tomorrow as they bid to gain their fifth Isle of Man tournament.
Denis Smith's men take on Darling-ton in the final held in Douglas' National Sports Centre at 2pm.
It was all set up after Monday's Hector Sam-inspired 3-2 win over Luton with Smith especially pleased with the victory after a very physical match.
'The game really kicked off in the second half,' he said. 'You could say it definitely got a bit lively. But I was pleased because my lads stood up to it and perhaps they wouldn't have done so well in that situation last season.' Smith, who led his Sunderland side to success in the same tournament 12 years ago, said of the Isle of Man jaunt: 'It's proved to be a very good experience, as I knew it would be. 'The main thing is to get the team together and everyone is getting to know the new lads.
'Sam has looked especially sharp but I don't want to concentrate on just one player, they have all looked sharp.'