CHURCH skipper Phil Sykes admits he wants to see some silverware in the cabinet at the end of this season - and he will take it from any competition.
The Blackburn Road team are involved in three cup knock-outs this season as well as chasing the coveted Lancashire League title.
First up, is the Inter League Club Challenge Trophy with Church starting their bid on Saturday with a home game against Central Lancashire League side Norden.
The week after it is the start of the Worsley Cup where they travel to local rivals Rishton and then, in June, the Lancashire League make its debut in the Thwaites Brewery 20/20 competition which will be played on Thursday nights and the skipper is eyeing a final spot.
And then, of course, Church want another shot at the League title after narrowly missing out in the final game of the season last summer and finishing runners-up.
"We will be taking all the competitions seriously," said the captain. "There are three cups and we will be going out to win them all.
"It is quite a few years since we have won something at Church. We did get a trophy for finishing runners-up last season but we want a winner's trophy."
The Inter League Trophy, with East Lancs the holders, hasn't been high on some side's list of priorities but that cannot be said for Church who feel they have something to prove after a bad weekend.
They lost both their league games and the skipper is keen to put an end to the stuttering start.
"We have had a similar start to last season where we lost a few but then we went on a run and we have to do the same again," said the captain.
"The top three batsman haven't fired in the last three games and the top three got a lot of runs last season so we have got to bounce back. Some of the teams are stronger this season but there is a long way to go and we want to make sure we stay in with a chance."
After Norden, it is back to the league on Sunday when they face Ramsbottom who were also challenging for the league title last summer.
"They finished third last season so we know they are strong and they have one of the best bowlers in the league in their professional Kartik.
"We lost one and won one against them last season but we know if we play well, and not like we did last weekend, we can beat them."
Rishton in the Worsley Cup will be tricky one to negotiate for Church before, in June, they have a go in the 20/20 competition where they will play on a Thursday night and the winners will go onto a final day when they face the Ribblesdale League, Central Lancashire League and Northern League winners.
"It will be good to be involved in this type of competition and, at night, there should be a good atmosphere with music and entertainment," said the captain.
"I have played in a few reduced over games and they are usually good games to be involved in.
"But it won't just be a laugh and a slog - I will be making sure it is serious at Church."