Church Cricket Club are aiming to pick up their first major silverware since 1974 tonight when they travel to Ramsbottom for the Twenty20 final (6.15pm).
Both Rishton and Enfield have won the quick-fire competition while Ramsbottom are looking to make it a hat-trick of Twenty20 trophies.
Church lost the Twenty20 final to Ramsbottom in 2010 and then Jon Fielding’s team got the better of the West End side in the Worsley Cup final last year – both at Blackburn Road.
But Church captain Craig Fergusson insists he is not after revenge – he just wants his side to finally lift a trophy after coming so close in the past two years.
"I wouldn’t say we owe them one but we owe it to ourselves to try and turn the tables on Ramsbottom," said the Church skipper.
"Hopefully it’s our time to pick up a trophy.
"Ramsbottom are a good side – especially in the Twenty20 competition – as they have shown over the last few years.
"But we have had a couple of years experience of the big occasion, we haven’t been a million miles away in either final and hopefully we can just take one step further tonight."
Ramsbottom skipper Fielding, whose pro is big -hitting Pieter Malan, said: "It would be a great achievement to win three Twenty20 finals in a row and that’s what we are aiming to do.
"We won’t underestimate Church as they are a good side and I am sure they will have success in the future – we just hope it’s not tonight."