Joel Gaskill could be the lucky charm for the Church second team who are going for the double this season.
The 19-year-old is in his first season as skipper for the second string but they currently top their division and are in the Lancashire Telegraph cup final tomorrow against Bacup at home (start is 12.30pm).
He admits the only trophy he has ever won is the Under 15s league – despite being at West End since he was 12 – so a victory tomorrow to lift his first major cup would mean a lot.
"I have been looking forward to the final ever since we beat Enfield in the semi-final," said the teenager.
"I can’t wait. The second team last won this cup in 1991 so it is big for us but personally, I have never won anything really."
Both Church firsts and seconds have been on the long hunt for silverware – the first team last won a major cup in 1974 and missed out in the Twenty20 cup final this season.
So the seconds are hoping they can put at least one trophy in the cabinet.
"I watched the Twenty20 final and it was such a good atmosphere with a lot of people there," said Gaskill, with Church getting another home draw tomorrow.
"It is just a shame that Church lost but hopefully we can win the cup.
"I don’t know about being a lucky charm, I was just offered the chance to captain in the winter and thought I had nothing else to do so I might as well!"
While he is young, he is captaining some experienced players.
Former first-team skipper Phil Sykes has dropped to the second string and re-found his form with the bat.
"Phil has been playing for a million years and he came to us and got two centuries in a row," said the captain.
"Then we have Steve Berko, who got his first century a few weeks ago and is the leading wicket taker, and Peter Rowbottom who is the former captain and has got a few runs too."
They also had help from Church pro Luke Woodcock who is currently back in New Zealand on a training camp.
"Luke was really good," said the captain. "He was always there to help and give advice and work with us."
Gaskill added: "Church have put a lot on tomorrow with a barbecue and we are looking for a good atmosphere as two cup finals in a season for the club are great.
"I am not sure if we can do the double as it is a big ask but we will just see how it goes."
Church seconds did go on a 12-game unbeaten run in the league but have now lost two games with injuries and holidays forcing them to play a depleted side.