CALLOW End aim to make club history with their first Worcestershire FA Sunday Premier Cup final success this weekend.

The villagers, who lost the final to AFC Heenans in 2010 and made the semis last season, tackle Kidderminster League high-fliers Harriers Trust at Bromsgrove Sporting's Victoria Ground on Sunday (6pm).

Steve Winfield's reigning McDonald's Worcester and District League Sunday Premier Division champions are still in with a chance of five cups this season including the defence of their title.

Winfield, who took over as manager two years ago after jointly leading the side with Seb Kachoei, celebrated a treble last season after also claiming the Katherine Rayer Cup and Worcester Nursing Junior Cup.

The 39-year-old, who won two county cups with Kempsey as a midfielder, said: "To win it as a manager as well would be huge for me personally but also for the club.

"It will be a great occasion and a chance to play at a proper football ground. Our goal is to win the thing. But it is important the players enjoy themselves.

"Harriers Trust are a really good side with some really good players and we have played them in friendlies. They have got a similar kind of set-up to us and it will be a great atmosphere.

"We've got 44 players registered but the club has really been built on the foundation of the social side. Everyone loves being part of it. We're like one big family.

"I've got 25 available to pick from on Sunday. It's going to be tough because a lot of them are good enough to play for most teams and they're my friends as well."

Two players set to figure are former Worcester City captain Brad Birch, who signed for Stourbridge this week, and Nick MacPherson with the top scorer also among the goals for Stourport Swifts.

The two clubs are set to hold a minute's silence at the final in memory of former Worcester News sports editor Paul Ricketts who died earlier this month and whose son Steve is assistant manager at Callow End.

Club legend Hayden Jordan, who took over as player-manager of The Old Bush in 1998 and changed the name to Callow End to attract players and sponsors, will be at the match.

The team won promotion to the city league's top flight under Jordan as well as being runners-up in two county cup finals including the one in 2010.

Now Winfield bids to secure what would be the club's biggest achievement yet.