Cape club rugby got some well deserved TV time on Sunday when Tygerberg and Durbell played a SuperSport Series curtain-raiser.
And the boys really put on a show at Florida Park for the rest of the country to feast their eyes on.
Known as a club that plays a nice, open style of play, Tygerberg were quick out of the blocks and took a 20-3 lead shortly before half time after scrumhalf Armien Bailey scored a superb solo try from the back of a scrum.
Despite falling short in both the possession and territory stakes, Durbell then started their comeback, with fullback Angus Cleophas dotting down from a quick-tap.
It was all Durbies in the second half, as they fought back strongly in the to win the match 34-25.
The victory lifted Durbell to fifth on the log, with four wins from five outings.
And while they have a bye this weekend, the Tiere are not so lucky.
The men from Ravensmead have a tough assignment at False Bay, where they’ll face a team, led by flanker Thabo Ngcongo, that hasn’t lost yet this year.
Despite getting some early resistance by Villager at Brookside last Saturday, Ngcongo and his teammates turned on the style in the second half to run out 69-3 winners in the end.
A win over Tygerberg in Constantia on Saturday will see the Bay overtake current log leaders UCT.
While False Bay look to top the log in their upcoming match, there will be first-time winners on Saturday when Primrose host Paarl.
It has been a tough introduction to the top flight for the two teams that were promoted from SLB at the end of last season.
As it stands, Primrose are rock bottom after losing all four of their matches.
Paarl, meanwhile, sit in 11th place after losing six matches and racking up five bonus points.
While Primrose haven’t played in a while, Paarl were in action last weekend when they lost 31-19 to Hamiltons.
As for Hammies, they will look to continue their good run of late when they travel to Brackenfell on Saturday.
After a slow start to their campaign, they now have back-to-back wins, but will know that they have to up their game again if they want to get the better of their hosts this weekend.