FORMER Escott Shield holders Police wants the coveted trophy to be resting at the police barracks at Navosa at the end of this year's campaign.
Police face Army in what is expected to be a tough and bruising semi-final clash this Saturday at Albert Park.
Police manager Sakiusa Tikotani said their aim this year was to win the Escott Shield and that starts with the semi-finals against arch-rivals Army this weekend.
Tikotani said the Escott Shield had always been closely associated with Police rugby in the past and they wanted to revive this tradition this year.
"We know it's not going to be easy especially playing Army in the semi-final but the boys have been training well and all focused on this game. "For us this is our final," Tikotani said.
Police defeated Army during the round robin match in the Suva premier competition this year but Tikotani said this would be a different game altogether.
"We know they (Army) will be a different team in the semi-finals and it will be a totally different game for both teams."
Police is expected to field most of its key players Sireli Temo, Samu Newa, Samu Bola, Sakenasa Aca, Sitiveni Waqa and Apenisa Nasilasila in this very important match.
Army was a last minute inclusion in the semi-finals after they won a protest against Covenant this week.
Covenant had defeated Army in the quarter-finals last weekend but the result was overturned as Covenant had fielded an unregistered player.
Army is expected to be led by former Suva skipper Napolioni Naulia.