Printsync South West Slammers women’s boss Nathan Grover faces one of the biggest tests of his coaching career this weekend. Following up from tomorrow’s home date against the Lakeside Lightning, the Slammers travel to Belmont Oasis in Perth a night later to play the Perth Redbacks. With multiple West Coast Classic double headers looming, Grover and his coaching staff need to delicately manage the minutes of younger players in the squad, as three games in as many days can take a toll on their bodies. “Some of the young girls are starting to need a bit of a rest,” he said. “They have WABL on Sundays, so we have to manage the roster a little bit more now than we have before. “This week is probably the toughest, but we go back to relative normality next week. So, we will just have to play with the cards we are dealt.” Renowned as a solid outside shooting team, the Lightning struggled offensively last week in both of their defeats, although Grover knows full well how electric they can be. “They have been a bit hard to read,” he said. Scouting report (Lakeside Lightning) League position: 7th; home record: 1-1; away record: 2-1; last round: lost to Rockingham Flames 72-54, lost to Kalamunda Eastern Suns 58-51. Key stat: In their narrow loss against the Kalamunda Eastern Suns, the Lightning scored only four points in the second quarter.