Formartine forward Scott Barbour reckons the Pitmedden outfit should be looking to do the double this season.
A hard-fought 2-1 win away at Rothes was enough to see them through to the quarter-finals of the Highland League Cup.
Formartine have four games in hand of Buckie and Cove and have six league games fewer than Brora.
But Barbour reckons if the side can keep grinding out results – a double is possible.
“We’ve got the players to win them both,” Barbour said.
“We’ve got a load of games in hand but we are definitely going to keep pushing in the league.
“We want to win the cup as well, especially with the side of the draw we’ve got but there are no easy games in the Highland League.”
Now they have another game against Clach in the last eight of the cup thanks to Neil Gauld.
The attacker scored after half an hour before Benjamin Cullen equalised with 23 minutes left.
But Formartine man Gauld had the final say on 79 minutes.
“It was a battle but we expected that,” Barbour added.
“One of us usually scores – last game I scored but Neil scored two this time with some good finishes.
“It’s good to have him and be able to spread the goals around.”
Clach beat Fort William 6-2 to set up the tie with Formartine in the quarter-finals.
In the Highland League, Brora moved level on points with Buckie with a 2-1 win over Forres thanks to a Steven Ross brace.
Wick came from behind to get a 2-1 win at Lossiemouth and leapfrog Fraserburgh into fifth.