Yes it 3rd placed Hustlers travel down Hill Street to take on newly crowned 2016/17 league champions CWC A in the biggest Cup compitition on the local Pool calendar.
It's going to be a tough task for Kevin Magee to mastermind an unlikely win. His side are in good form though - Hustlers are fresh off delivering a good thrashing to TJ's Tigers in the semi-final. They slammed their Premier rivals 6-0 with stunning performance. CWC A had another titanic battle coming through 5-4 against deposed league champions TJ's A. It took Paddy Tavey to win the decider to finally book their place for a showdown with Hustlers.
CWC have a fairly settled team with captain Pat Brady rarely dipping outside his favourite line-up. He will switch the position of a player from time to time but his favourite 8 or 9 changes very little. Assuming Brady has his full squad Kieran McMahon is a cert to start.
Harvey Lavelle and Paddy Clarke will play early. Cathal Phelan will definitely play possibly 4th but Brady does like to play his 'Iceman' everywhere and anyway where! Despite losing his last match Stephen Rooney looks set to keep his place in the starting line-up.
Big Pat himself will play either 5th or 6th. Most likely he will revert back to his favourite 6th spot again.
Paul 'Bunty' O'Callaghan is not exactly on a hot streak lately after suffering a few defeats. It is unlikely he will find himself on the subs bench though so he could sneak in and play 7th.
Pat Brady then has a decision to make. Does he give the nod to Shane Phelan or Thomas 'Tucker' Hughes? Tucker sat out the defeat to TJ's A while Phelan lost on a re-spotted black.
Paddy Tavey is a dead cert to be the CWC anchorman. He's delivered the goods since the turn of the year and left it that Brady just cannot drop him.
Kevin Magee has a much harder task trying to convince his crazy gang they can win this final.
They should think back to last year when the ended the incredible TJ's A unbeaten run. TJ's were on course for 2 seasons undefeated as the rampant invicible's looked a dead cert against Hustlers. The Bellinis based side were the party poopers and ended TJ's 50 game unbeaten streak.
Hustlers are strong and fairly experienced. They are all decent potters and have no real weak players in their squad. In saying that they have no big superstar names either so with this bunch of players it's just who can perform on the night.
Ciaran O'Neill has been pretty solid since Kevin Magee has moved him to No.1 on the card. If he's in 1st he will be glad to hear Kieran McMahon is giving opponents plenty of chances this season and young O'Neill has the talent to cause an upset.
Can 'Diddles' McArdle or Bernie Magee get a win over Harvey Lavelle or Paddy Tavey? The 3rd frame will be crucial. If it's Bernie Magee v Harvey Lavelle then this well turn into a tactical battle of wits. Magee will need to win whether it to prevent 3-0 or possibly even to give Hustlers the lead.
Billy O'Neill takes a while to warm into a game. He is likely to play 4th and if he gets Cathal Phelan then this could be another long frame. O'Neill and Phelan won't feel the pressure but again this is one Hustlers will need to take.
Micky Cunningham is playing some of the pool of his life lately. Can he keep the left arm from turning to jelly or can he keep his good form going. There's a good chance he'll get South Armagh player Stephen Rooney. If things aren't going well for Rooney he will try to mess up the table and cover balls. Cunningham will be well prepared for this and it's another frame that could go either way.
Dee Kearney was the last player to get a win for Hustlers and his attacking style could play into Pat Brady's hands if that's who he gets.
The last match Hustlers played - Shane McAllister, Cathal McCoy and Kevin Magee were on the team sheet but didn't get to play. It's hard to see Hustlers Captain Kevin Magee venturing too far from this team.
Can Kevin Magee pull off an amazing win? Carrickcruppen managed to beat CWC on the league champions own patch. They proved it can be done. It's CWC's final game of the season and they will want to go out with a bang.
This should be a cracker of a match so get yourself down to the Working Mens Club and watch 2 great teams battle it out. Hope too see you all there.