Wrenthorpe will bid to become the fourth club to win the Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup for a third successive season when they take on Baildon at Liversedge on Sunday (noon).
They will be striving to write their name in the history book alongside Dewsbury Saville, Heckmondwike and Ossett who are the only clubs to have achieved the feat.
Dewsbury Saville actually won the cup a record four years on the trot between 1887 and 1890. They also performed a hat-trick of final triumphs between 1924 and 1926.
Ossett, who were the most recent team to achieve three successive final triumphs 1978-1980, also have two hat-tricks to their name. They also did it in 1916-1918. Heckmondwike's treble was achieved between 1936 and 1938.
Baildon will be playing in their sixth final in the past 11 seasons. They defeated Woodlands in 1999 and Hanging Heaton in 2001 but lost in 2000 to Hanging Heaton, 2002 to Keighley and 2006 to Barnsley.
The ingredients are there for an absorbing final between the holders and the JCT 600 Braford League leaders. It is probably expecting too much for it to match last season's final between Wrenthorpe and Barnsley which ended in a tie. Wrenthorpe retaining the cup by having lost one less wicket, but the spectators will be hoping for a compelling clash.
Wrenthorpe have made impressive progress through this season's competition. They have defeated Mirfield Parish Cavaliers, Skelmanthorpe, Methley and Woodlands with considerable ease.
Baildon have been made to work harder for their wins. After opening with a 21-run victory over Spen Victoria, they saw off Wakefield Thornes by 85 runs and then had a nervy six-run success against Shepley. Their most impressive performance came in the semi-final where they defeated Barnley by six wickets to avenge their eight-wicket defeat by the South Yorkshire side in the 2006 final.
Wrenthorpe's great strength is their batting line-up and Baildon know all about the prolific Gary Fellows and David Paynter who both enjoyed successful spells in the Bradford League before joining Wrenthorpe.
Fellows has already scored more than 1,000 runs in all competitions while Paynter has over 800. They are backed by Yorkshire and England all-rounder Craig White, West Indian Tonito Willett and the experienced duo of Eric Austin and Barry McCormack. All are capable of producing match-winning performances.
Baildon's batting line-up is built around their skipper Ian Philliskirk who showed his match-winning prowess in the semi-final when he made an unbeaten 87 at Barnsley.Tabbi Bhatti and Ahsan Butt are two more men who have chipped in with crucial runs during Baildon's successful season.
Wrenthorpe would appear to have greater depth in their batting, but Baildon may well have the edge in the bowling department. Their opening bowlers, Andy Walker and Craig Hitchenor have performed admirably all season while left-arm spinner Mushtaq Ahmed and his young spin partner Harry Smallwood underlined their quality in the semi-final win at Barnsley.
Wrenthorpe's bowling attack is spearheaded by two former Pudsey Congs players Neil Gill and Tom Glover. Support for them is usually provided by Fellow, Paynter and skipper Kevin Watson - the man who would dearly love to lift the famous trophy for a third time.
Baildon: Nahim Ashraf, Jonny Renolds, Tabbi Bhatti, Ian Philliskirk (Captain), Ahsan Butt, Simon Webb, Harry Smallwood, Mushtaq Ahmed, Matthew Webb, Andy Walker, Craig Hitchenor.
Wrenthorpe:Eric Austin, David Paynter, Gary Fellows, Craig White, Tonito Willett, Barry McCormack, Jonny Kirk, Neil Gill, Tom Glover, Jonothon Smith (wkt), Kevin Watson (Captain), Chris Kippax, Alex Sharpe, Nathan Ellis.