Church wicketkeeper Sam Tucker is urging his team-mates to rise to the occasion on Sunday and clinch the club’s first major trophy since 1974.
While inconsistency has hampered their league campaign, Church have reached the Worsley Cup final for the second year running and host Sunday’s showpiece against title-chasing Lowerhouse.
"There seems to be a huge disparity in our performances at the moment – either we are absolutely excellent or distinctly average with nothing in between," said Tucker.
"But we are well aware of the level we need to be at on Sunday to beat Lowerhouse and we are all confident we can reproduce our best form and lift our first trophy in 38 years."
The club are laying on a barbeque and extra bar facilities and Tucker hopes home advantage can spur Church on to a famous victory after reaching three finals in the last two years – without victory.
"We have a big and loyal following and we are urging as many local people to get behind us on Sunday as we are expecting probably the biggest crowd in over 30 years on the ground to witness this spectacular occasion."
Play gets underway at Blackburn Road at 12.30pm.