Ten days after vying for one trophy at the NTCA Ground, Westbury and Launceston will do battle for another.
Both sides have named full-strength squads for Sunday's Greater Northern Cup final after treading contrasting paths to the decider.
Two-time defending champion Westbury followed up its T20 triumph with a 10-wicket semi-final demolition of Riverside, while Launceston had to work for a two-wicket result over Devonport after starting the season with 12 wins.
Lions captain Alistair Taylor said his players were pumped to add another chapter to the club's storied history.
"They're excited," he said.
"It was a bit of a different feeling on Sunday after the game because we almost stuffed it up, so the boys were almost a little bit flat but then we realised hang on - we've just won a semi-final.
"It's been 10 years since we've made one - Rowan Smith's the last player that played in one, so we're really excited to get an opportunity to play for some silverware."
Taylor is part of a large contingent of Lions who joined the club shortly after the 2010-11 double, which marked the club's last major success.
"It'd mean a lot [to win] - it's been eight or nine years for a lot of us so we obviously missed the last one by a few years," Taylor said.
"The club's seeking some silverware - we've had some success in second grade and some of the T20 stuff as well, but we really want a one-day trophy back in the cabinet so the boys are pretty keen to get out there and have a crack at it.
"A lot of hard work has been put into this and there's another 100 overs of one-day cricket to go."
Westbury's decade-long domination of Northern cricket began with the return of Dane Anderson, but the Shamrocks are determined it won't finish with him too.
Skipper Dan Murfet spoke of his side's drive to continue the club legend's success long into the future.
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"It's something that was definitely spoken about before the season started," he said.
"I know people have said in the past 'without Dane there's no Westbury' and that's fuelled our motivation a lot this year - we've always known that there's more to our success over the last decade than just a few players.
"We're pretty happy with the position we're in - another Greater Northern Cup final - but that's all it is at the minute, we want to go and get some more silverware.
"It eluded us for a long time - I don't think we even made a [one-day] final for 30-odd years and to make it again this year is awesome because it's something we put high on our radar."
Sunday's game starts at 10.30am.
- LAUNCESTON: D Smith, S Elliston-Buckley, D Cloete, T Gray, C Lynch, R Smith, *+A Taylor, B Humphrey, J Lee, D Sandagirigoda, J Curran, W Bennett
- WESTBURY: *+D Murfet, N Spencer, O Wood, J Griffin, C Athukorala, D Barrett, J Chapman, J Digney, K Hume, A Kerrison, J Lloyd, L Ryan