Stanmore CC's club captain Marc Reingold believes Sunday's national Twenty20 club finals will give some of their players the perfect opportunity to get the recognition they deserve.
The Middlesex County Cricket Premier League side booked their place in the showpiece event two weeks ago, and will now travel to Glamorgan's SWALEC stadium in Cardiff to battle it out with the country's finest club sides, live on Sky TV.
And 39-year-old Reingold believes once his players get over the anxiety of being broadcast across the country, they can get themselves in the shop window.
He said: "This is a great chance for some of the boys to get themselves noticed and I don't see why not.
"Nowadays it seems all the emphasis is put on academies, but I think county sides need to go back to club sides at times to get good home-grown talent.
"It's very exciting for all the younger players here to get the opportunity to play in these finals and hopefully we can continue our good run."
And despite a poor season in the league, Reingold, who has been at the club for eight years, believes their Twenty20 form gives them a real chance of taking the national title.
He added: "When we are on form and firing on all cylinders I am confident that we can beat anyone, and we proved that in the regional finals.
"We have beaten teams like Ealing, Finchley and Bromley, who I believe to be among the best club sides in the country, to get to this point and we won't be going to Cardiff just to take part.
"It has been a difficult season for us but we have excelled in this competition and believe that we can win."
To get to the national finals Stanmore had to see off their Middlesex rivals before beating both Bromley and Ash-ford in the South East Finals at Kent's St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury.
That win was worth £6,500 and the club stand to earn another £4,500 if they can topple their opponents on Sunday as well as a trip to Antigua to watch the inaugural Stanford Twenty20 match.
The draw for the semis has yet to be made, but Stanmore enter finals day alongside St Just of Cornwall, Lancashire league champions Bracebridge Heath and South Northumberland CC.
* The national finals will be broadcast on Sky Sports Xtra on Sunday from 10am.