The six clubs who will contest the three matches in RBS Finals Day on the international pitch at Murrayfield on Saturday (20 April) have already enjoyed league success this season.
Ayr are the RBS Premier Division champions and they face Melrose, who secured their status in the top flight with a last-gasp, dramatic victory over Aberdeen Grammar Rugby earlier this month. The two Premier teams face each other in the RBS Cup Final.
Livingston lifted the RBS East Regional League Division 1 title last weekend and their opponents in the RBS Shield Final are Marr, who won the honours in RBS West Regional League Division 1.
Grangemouth Stags, currently top of RBS Caledonia Regional League Division 2 Midlands, and Oban Lorne, in the same spot in RBS West Regional League Division 3, still have eyes on league prizes but their focus on Saturday will be the RBS Bowl Final.
Representatives from all six clubs were at Murrayfield earlier this week to meet the media and we caught up with them to hear their thoughts ahead of their big day.
The three matches kick-off at 12 noon (Bowl), 2pm (Shield) and 4pm (Cup). Tickets are £5 for concessions and £10 for adults from the Scottish Rugby ticket centre. Gates open at 11am.