FORMER England cricketer Graham Lloyd has played in some big matches - but he is still anxious about Sunday’s Worsley Cup semi-final.
Accrington travel to Burnley in the last four clash as they hunt for their first cup success since 1986.
And ex-Lancashire batsman Lloyd is eager to make sure the Thorneyholme Road side seal a final spot.
"Whether it is an England game or a local game, you still get nervous when you go into bat.
"It is a big game for us and I don’t think many people expected us to do so well."
Accrington Cricket Club was fighting for its very existence last year with £10,000 worth of debts and they finished at the bottom of the Lancashire League.
But what a difference a year makes as they are now challenging for the league title - and are still in the hunt for cup silverware.
"This season has been great for the club," said Lloyd who returned for a final season with his hometown team.
"Last year we were rock bottom and since then we have kept improving and climbing up the table and, for some reason, we keep winning.
"I don’t know how sometimes but someone seems to turn in a performance and we hope we can keep doing it.
"Everyone keeps waiting for the bubble to burst but we have just got to enjoy the success while it is happening and hopefully keep it going.
"A Worsley Cup final at Accrington would be great for the club especially after the financial troubles.
"It is all smiles at the moment - let’s hope it is after Sunday too."