Norwich Knights arrive at the semi-finals as third seeds and slight outsiders, but in a tournament that everyone agrees is closer than in previous years. Coach Joe Stirling told BBC Sport that the team - and the club itself - is looking to leave their mark in London his weekend.
"I wouldn’t say we are the dark horses of the finals on paper - and games are not won on paper," he said. "Our results show we are competitive and the ability and depth in our squad give us every reason to be confident."
Norwich's danger man is Josh Rowe, who is second only to the formidable David Brooks of Trojans in the scoring charts this season with 110 goals. "Josh was coaches MVP last season and he has shown the desire to raise his game to another level this season by adding more goals," said Stirling.
"There is no denying Josh is a formidable player and with so many different skill sets within the squad we can be fluid and adapt our game management where necessary."
Norwich shared thei two games against semi-final opponents Bec during the season - so there could be more to come from East Anglia's Knights.