Saeed Anwar Junior won a trophy in his first season at Rishton – and now hopes to do the same at Church.
The Pakistan all-rounder helped Rishton to the Lancashire League championship in 2007 and now he wants Church to pick up the Worsley Cup.
The have a home draw against Ramsbottom, losers in last year’s final to shock winners Colne, in the final on August 7.
"I won the league with Rishton and it would be great to help Church win the Worsley Cup," said the 33-year-old.
"It’s always hard when you come to a new club as you have to settle in but I have enjoyed my time at Church, I am happy we have got to a final and hopefully we can win a cup, as I did at Rishton.
"It’s always a massive privilege to play in the Lancashire League as it’s a well-organised league at a high standard.
"Rishton treated me well in my two seasons there and Church have been great with me."
Church were last in the Worsley Cup final in 2002 when they lost in a rain-affected clash at Ramsbottom that went on for days.
But they last won the league’s cup 37 years ago.
"There has been a lot of talk recently about Church last winning the cup in 1974 but hopefully we can stop that statistic and win some silverware," said the pro.
"We know we are a good team and have some good characters in the side so we are not worried about Ramsbottom.
"We have been up and down in the league but we have played some good cricket and been unlucky at times.
"Hopefully, now we have got into the final, that will give us a bit more confidence in the league.
"Nasser Hussain batted really well – we changed the order – and he took the pressure off me really and took the game away from Nelson.
"Now we need to do the same in the final."
CUP final opponents Ramsbottom are at home to Nelson in the Twenty20 final tonight.