Church have one of their biggest games in recent history on Sunday when they welcome Ramsbottom to West End for the Worsley Cup final (12.30pm, start).
The last time Church won a major trophy was the Worsley Cup in 1974 and skipper Craig Fergusson wants to put an end to that long-running statistic.
A crowd of more than 1,500 is expected with Church’s record wicketkeeper Sam Tucker travelling in from Dubai to play in the game.
"He wouldn’t have missed it for the world," said captain Fergusson. "It’s a massive game for us but we go into it with confidence.
"It’s a big game for our professional Saaed Anwar as that’s his job but for an amateur to be able to play in front of a crowd of at least 1,500 is brilliant. It should certainly get our adrenaline pumping and we will be up for it.
"We want to rewrite the club’s history and get rid of the 1974 label.
"Everyone at the club has been working hard since the semi-final and it promises to be a day to remember – especially if the rain holds off and we win."
The cost is £4 adults; £2 concessions.