RATU Sukuna Memorial School will draw inspiration from its 10-year wait to play in a Coke Zero Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union final.
The school's under-17 team takes on Ratu Navula College in the under-17 final on Saturday at Churchill Park.
The last RSMS side to make a final was its under-18 team in 2002 which lost to Ratu Kadavulevu School.
"The last time we qualified for the final was in 2002 and the U18 team lost to RKS," RSMS U17 manager Ralifo Nasario said.
"We have an awesome side and have arrived early in Lautoka.
"We will be making Namoli our home for the next two days and come Saturday, the boys are looking forward to the challenge.
"We are in Lautoka early to acclimatise to the conditions and have the High Performance Unit gymnasium just beside our camp.
"It is a big moment for the boys and they have been training very hard. They believe that with their hard effort at training, they deserve to win.
"Back at school we have had tremendous support.
"We have received support from the old boys and parents.
"There are a lot of people writing on our Facebook page."
"Any team would say they are the dream team but we will see that on Saturday.
"This is our build-up for the Deans Trophy bid next year. After Saturday we will start our preparations for next year as we have never won the title before."
To draw more inspiration, the players side will be playing for fallen teammate Jovilisi Qoroya.
Qoroya, who was part of the RSMS U17 side, passed away at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital last month after battling a six-week spinal injury which he sustained during training at the school.
RSMS U17 team manager Ralifo Nasario said since Qoroya's death, the side had dedicated every match to him.
He said this had psychologically motivated the team. "We have dedicated every game to Jovilisi," Nasario said.
"I think it is a big inspiration for the boys to play in his honour. They know in their minds that they are playing for Jovilisi.
"It may be the advantage perhaps that this makes the side more powerful in that sense. Psychologically they believe they are playing for Jovilisi who was a member of the team which is an inspiration for them."
RSMS qualified for the final after beating Queen Victoria School 14-11 in the semi-finals. In the other semi-final Ratu Navula College downed RKS 18-12.
The FSSRU finals will kick off at 8.20am at Churchill Park.