SAVURA wants to end its losing record to Marist in the under-20 competition when they meet in the final at Albert Park in Suva tomorrow.
The Tamavua-based side previously lost to Marist in two U20 finals in 2001 and 2010.
Team manager Sakeasi Turaga said they wanted to end that losing run tomorrow.
Turaga said they had talked about it during their team meetings and the focus now was on stopping Marist.
"The boys have done it already during the round robin competition when we beat Marist 16-13 and we believe we can do it again," Turaga said.
"During training the boys have been working really hard because we know Marist will be coming with a better prepared team and they will want to continue their winning run over us in the finals. "But we are ready to change that tomorrow."
Turaga said the final against Marist would be the start of Savura's campaign to try and better their three-in-a-row win in the competition.
"Our aim this year is to win the competition and try and keep the U20 title for four years in a row. We have a very young team and most of our players can still play in the U20 competition for another two or three years." Last year Savura lost in the quarter-finals.
The Ratu Meli Loki-captained side defeated last year's champion Raiwaqa in the semi-final.