CAPTAIN Ian Robinson says Ormskirk are determined to finish their season in style by winning some silverware.
After ending the campaign as runners-up in the Liverpool and District Cricket Competition, the Brook Lane side had to settle for second place in the ECB National t-20 competition.
Robinson's side were defeated by Wimbledon on bowl out at the Oval on Friday as the showpiece was ruined by wet weather.
Ormskirk had seen off Chester-Le-Street on bowl out in the semi-final but were frustrated to not play any proper cricket.
But Robinson is hoping Ormskirk's season does not end in a damp squib and says they head into Sunday's Ray Digman Trophy final with Northern full of confidence.
Northern led from the front in the league from an early stage and though Ormskirk clawed back much of their advantage, the Crosby side clinched the title.
Robinson is looking forward to locking horns with them once again.
"We are pretty much at full strength this weekend and have had a good season - but want to end with some silverware in the cabinet," said Robinson.
"We have beaten Northern twice this season and so are confident that we can play well enough to at least compete.
"I think we've done great this season and though we let the league get away from us, like last year, we did pretty well in the end.
"We can count on one hand how many poor performances we've had this season.
"We can hold our heads high but it will be nice to finish the season with some silverware."
Robinson says Ormskirk enjoyed their experience of playing in the national final at the Oval but admit the rain took some of the shine off the day.
"We got part of an experience of playing at the Oval," said Robinson.
"We still enjoyed ourselves and made sure we made the most of being there and what it had to offer.
"But we would be lying if we didn't say we weren't disappointed not to play any cricket.
"The forecast kept changing for Friday but on the morning it looked as though the first semi-final would be affected but we might get to play some cricket.
"But the rain just kept coming.
"We needed five bowlers so it was difficult to leave Liam Hurt out.
"The bowl out just comes down to holding your nerve.
“We did that in the semi-final but not in the final.”
Northern v Ormskirk, Sunday, 12pm.