Dromore Seconds will be hoping to make it a double when they face Ballynahinch Thirds in the Harden Cup final tonight (Tuesday).
They are seeking to add the Harden Cup to their Junior League Three title, to cap off a successful season.
Ballynahinch Thirds won the Junior League One title and are considered heavy favourites but Dromore manager Roger Erwin is confident his players can put on a good display.
He said: “We would be two leagues below Ballynahinch so they are clear favourites but if we play to our potential we will give them a tough game and hopefully get the win.”
Dromore will look to some of their key players to put in big performances against the stronger Ballynahinch side.
Erwin said: “Our key players will be our captain and outhalf, Matthew Russell, Michael Allen in centre and Dylan Cobb who plays openside flanker. They are the leaders of this team and we’ll be looking to them one more time.”
The Harden Cup final will take place tonight (Tuesday) at Dromore RFC with a 7.45pm kick off. All support would be extremely welcomed by the club.