BEAUTY Point will be chasing its first cricket premiership in 25 years when it takes on Trevallyn tomorrow in the TCL AGrade grand final at Trevallyn.
The club's last flag came in 1987-88 in the Tamar League and it is the first TCL A Grade grand final for Beauty Point.
Trevallyn finished as undefeated minor premier but suffered its first loss of the season with a 92-run defeat to the Tamar Valley Tigers in the qualifying semi-final.
Captain-coach Damian Whybrow said he was confident his side could turn that performance around.
"If we can put our best performance on the park we will be pretty confident because we had a bad day against them last time," he said.
"Our fielding cost us in the last game against them and our failure to build partnerships in the middle order.
"We rectified that last week and put some partnerships together and having wickets in hand is the key in the last 10 overs to getting a competitive score."
Whybrow said his bowling attack had been good all season led by Brett Martin and Josh Walker, and with Wayne Ford, Adam Bourke and Matty Cocker providing good support.
"The two teams are evenly matched and Beauty Point have got a lot of experienced players but they will have a bit of pressure on them chasing their first flag for 25 years," he said.
Trevallyn won its last TCL A grade flag in 2007-08, but has lost two grand finals since, including last year's season decider to Legana.
"I think our batting is our strength but we've got a pretty good bowling attack as well and if we can bowl to a plan in partnerships that's where we can win the game as well.
"We started off the season wanting to play in the grand final and we're there again and if the whole 11 blokes give 110 per cent we should go close."
Beauty Point captain- coach Stuart Prewer said he was confident that his side could repeat its qualifying final performance and beat Trevallyn.
"Trevallyn are hard, seasoned finals campaigners and we know we are not going to get the easy run we did two weeks ago but we believe we can do it if we play a full 80 overs of cricket," he said.
"I think the key against Trevallyn is to get a good steady start and not lose too many early wickets.
"If we can get through that opening period and score some runs at the same time, bat our overs out and bowl consistently - I'm quite confident we can come away with the prize."
Prewer said his side would rely on Jason Savage with the bat and contributions from a strong and deep middle order which bats down to No.9 or 10.
"Scotty Graham is good at the top of the order, Sav is a key and we've got Rob Eltringham who can come in late and hit some runs and there are plenty of batsmen who can step up and play a role if needed.
"It's a big occasion for a small club like Beauty Point and all its supporters and we've also got our Sunday League team playing Beaconsfield in their grand final at Bridgenorth on Sunday."