Somerset Cricket team are preparing for another shot at cup final glory - 18 years on from the last time they won a trophy at Lord's.
Tom Abell's men take on Hampshire in the Royal London One Day Cup final on Saturday, looking to put an end to a long sequence of finishing second in domestic competitions.
Somerset's last Lord's success came in 2001, before coloured clothing was standard in cup finals, as a team featuring Keith Parsons, Jamie Cox, Peter Bowler and Andrew Caddick overcame Leicestershire.
Since then the Cidermen have appeared in three Lord's finals - losing to Yorkshire in 2002, Warwickshire in 2010 and Surrey in 2011, the latter despite a brilliant 86 from future England superstar Jos Buttler.
Somerset have a mixed record in St John's Wood. They have made it to 14 Lord's finals, winning six and losing eight.
Their first victory came in 1979, followed by three wins in a row between 1981 and 1983 - the era of Viv Richards, Joel Garner and Ian Botham.
Saturday's final, against last year's winners Hampshire, represents a chance for the modern team to replicate those 'glory years' and give their travelling fans something to cheer about.