This summer's T20 Blast cricket competition is underway this evening for Somerset against south west neighbours Gloucestershire.
Captain Marcus Trescothick and his team are determined to make a positive start to the competition in which they've finished runners-up in three of the last five years.
It's also the last trophy the Cidermen won in 2005.
Nick Compton and Dave Nosworthy, the Director of Cricket, say they're out to win but their local rivals are tough competition.
Somerset begin their Twenty20 campaign on Friday evening at home to West Country rivals Gloucestershire.
The Cidermen have been runners-up in the competition eight times.
The match gets underway in Taunton at 5.30pm.
Somerset County Cricket Club has been paying tribute to its former Captain, Brian Langford, who has died at the age of 77. You can read some of the memories and find out more about his career here.
Brian Langford died earlier this week, aged 77. He captained the Somerset county team between 1969 and 1971. Having made his first appearance for the club in 1953, he finally left Somerset in 1974 after playing in 504 matches.