Twenty-nine years has been a long time for Hull Kingston Rovers to wait to taste the excitement of a Challenge Cup final, but that is exactly what those players will experience on 29 August.
And the fans too - some 6,500 of them made the trip to rain-soaked Headingley this afternoon - they can begin planning the journey south having seen their fierce rivals Hull FC do just that two years ago.
What will await them is a Leeds side who have been there and done it, and know how to win the big games.
The spirit of 1980 - their only previous success in the competition - will be key, and tapping into the knowledge of former Rovers players will also be crucial.
As for Warrington, they will be heavily involved in the mix for the top four in Super League. Their season is far from over, unlike this text commentary, which is now coming to a close.
Thanks for joining us across the two semi-finals. We will be back for the Wembley final and we hope you can join us then.
I'm off for a lie down, enjoy the rest of your weekend!