Co-coach Gary Newcome is urging them to make the most of the second half of the season.
The Aussie men, including Ryan Tyack, have fared well at World Cup events, including claiming a team silver medal at Columbia.
The 30-year-old was beaten 13.67 to 6.77 in the round of 16, after showing some promising signs in earlier rounds.
They play Ipswich (8th, away), Burleigh (2nd, home), Tweed (6th, away) and Wynnum (3rd, away).
But he's enjoyed two heat wins at Bali, in promising signs.
The region's Queensland Basketball League teams were in action during the weekend.
USC beat Caloundra 10-0, Wynnum beat Caboolture 29-12 at Wynnum and Noosa beat Maroochydore 29-7 at Sunshine Beach.
Cara Koenen said Lightning squad members were always pushing each other.
Maroochydore will host Aspley next weekend, following the North East Australian Football League match involving the Brisbane Lions and GWF Giants.
The Lightning claimed a 59-57 triumph in Sydney to claim their third win from four outings in this year's national league.