Cavaliers has always been a powerhouse of the BOIDC and Royal Hotel Cup.
The club has picked up more titles than any other over the past 15 or 20 years as Richie Venner and co. indiscriminately belted bowlers all around Wade Park.
Despite a few grand final appearances, the current crop of youngsters under the guidance of Matt Corben hasn't found the success of those who came before - but will have a massive chance to claim their first title as a group on Friday night in the Royal Hotel Cup decider against St Pat's Old Boys.
However, there is one link to the 'glory days' - if you want to label them as such - in the 2019-20 side: Chris Martin.
While the club president has been retired for a few years, the quick has been back on the park for all but one of Cavs' Royal Hotel Cup games and sits equal third on the competition's wicket tally with seven.
Martin played in the heyday of Cavs' short-form finals back when the competition was still officially called the Bonner Cup, but he said the current crop is ready to take the next step and begin racking up titles.
"It'd be excellent to win it," he said.
"Cavs as a club has been really succesful over the past 20 years but this young group hasn't tasted much success, they've played a few finals in T20 and ODCA.
"It'd be a huge confidence boost for them."
While Cavaliers' batting line-up has dominated discussion around the side - outside Mitch Black's heroics - the side has quietly put together one of the best bowling attacks in the business, and despite being 37 and having enough fast-bowler injuries to fill up a bingo card Martin has been a key part of that.
"It's a really solid bowling unit now," Martin said.
"Now Charlie Greer's come into the group and Harry Pearce isn't far off coming back, Mitch Black's a genuinely classy cricketer and a good guy too, he's taken a lot of wickets this year and deservedly so, he's bowled really well.
"You've got a couple of backup options in Bailey [Ferguson] and Hugh [Middleton] - Hugh's a really solid spinner but just doesn't get the overs in with Mitch and Gus [Cumming] doing so well.
"I mean ... Ben Mitchell's a second grader in Sydney and he doesn't see many overs because of how good our attack is, and that's really pleasing.
Martin said last Friday's win over Orange City was the perfect example of the side's bowling unit clicking, restricting what he called a "really good batting attack" to just 94.
Black nabbed six wickets cleaning up the tail while Greer took two leading Martin to say his job was more to "tie up an end", which he did aptly to leak just 19 runs from his four overs.
"It's obviously good to take wickets and taking them in T20 obviously dries up the runs," he said.
Remarkably, Martin's managed to stay on the park all season despite arthritis in both feet, a history of stress fractures in both legs and osteoporosis in his back.
Initially, he'd offered his bowling talents to Corben to help fill the void left by Josh Doherty.
"I wasn't sure what the stocks would be like and I said I was happy to fill in, I wasn't feeling too bad physically," he said.
In a tale as old as cricket itself, the fill-in ended up becoming a regular - something the 37-year-old veteran who's played since he was 15 knew would happen, but his body remarkably held up.
"I feel good, this is the best I've felt for a long time. You get niggly injuries but the ball's coming out well," he said.
"Even the back - before I retired I didn't train much because I couldn't but I've trained a bit this year with the boys which is good.
"They're a really good group of young guys."
And there's nothing he'd rather see than them lifting the trophy on Friday night. The game starts at 6.30pm.
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