Belhar announced their intention to return to Super League A last weekend, by beating Hamlets 31-22.
Having been relegated from the top flight at the end of the last term, the men from Belhar proved that they will be a force to be reckoned with in Super League B by running in four tries to bag the win.
But they know they will have to up their game even more on Saturday when they travel to Franschhoek.
Having beaten Kuils River 29-24, Franschoek will fancy their chances at home this weekend in what is one of the games of the round.
Another team that made their stem dik in the first round is Helderberg, who beat newcomers Busy Bees 47-22 in a high-scoring encounter.
Next up for Jason Kriel, who scored a double for die Berge, and his teammates is a visit from Rangers.
Their visitors on Saturday will be full of confidence after getting the better of Young Peoples on the weekend.
Staying in the Strand region, St Georges will hope to continue their good start when they host Kuils River on Saturday.
Having beaten All Saints 24-17 last weekend away from home, St Georges will be one of the teams to watch in this league this year.