RISHTON will be looking to roll back the years on Sunday when they meet Todmorden in the semi-finals of the Worsley Cup.
The six-times winners have not reached a final since their last success in the Lancashire League's knock-out cup in 1973.
And it's 18 years since the Blackburn Road club made it as far as the semi-finals in 1987 when West Indian legend Viv Richards was the professional.
Now the current side captained by Scott Greaves have the chance to write their place in Rishton's history with either league leaders Ramsbottom or champions Haslingden waiting in the final if Rishton can win their biggest game in recent times at Centre Vale.
Watching the game will be club president and former captain Eric Whalley, who twice lifted the trophy and played in Rishton's cup triumphs of 1964, 1967 and 1973.
He said: "It would be great for them to get to the final again. Over the last 10 years we haven't done anything so it would be a big lift for the club to do it.
"The club has always gone after the best pros and the current one (Kumar Dharmasena) is a top one-day player.
"With Peter Sleep a former Test player as well, the young players are lucky to be playing with that kind of calibre. They have done all right this season and hopefully they can win on Sunday."