Crumlin Star will be out to defend their Border Cup on Thursday when they face Rathfriland at Seaview.
Last year Star beat Islandmagee on a penalty shoot-out after a hectic affair.
This year’s opposition are in form Rathfriland, who have just appointed former Glenavon manager Alan Fraser as boss.
Fraser replaced Brian Adair who left the club for Banbridge Town in November.
Experienced boss Fraser said: “It’s a nice way for me to start as a cup final is always a special occasion regardless of the level.
“I’ve not been with squad for long but I can already tell that we’ve some good players and we will go into the final in confident mood.
“Since I took over, we’ve won a couple of tough matches, including securing our place in the Fifth Round of the Irish Cup. We might not have a lot of squad depth but we do have some quality and I’m confident even though we are a division below Crumlin Star.
“I’m looking forward to the occasion as it’s something different for me as I’ve been involved with the Irish League all my life.”