The Rothesay outfit will play the first Camanachd semi-final of their history this afternoon against holders Fort William at the Winterton.
It is a fantastic opportunity for an island club which only broke into the top flight two years ago after a century of trying. And reaching the game's biggest final would be the perfect climax to a remarkable story of a team's rise to the top against the odds.
Scotland international forward Whitelaw says it would be a dream for all the players to star in front of the TV cameras in September.
"This is the first Camanachd Cup semi-final for the club and, again, it is pushing the boundaries a bit further. It would be unbelievable for us if we could make it through today because no one would have imagined a few years ago we would be doing this."
In the other semi final, it promises to be a classic between Kingussie and Newtonmore in the Speyside derby at the Dell. Newtonmore recently hit Kings for 4 in the MacAulay Cup and haven't won this trophy for 22 years. But Kings want this trophy more than any other and will look to avenge their only campaign defeat.