It's in Mamre where Super League B action will be at its best on Saturday.
It’s there where Hamlets, who have been one of the promotion candidates for a number of seasons already, will host log leaders Franschhoek.
Currently, down in ninth place on the log, Hamlets have only played three matches to date this term and have won two of those.
A win at home against Franschhoek, with their four wins from five outings, will see them climb the ladder.
Another interesting battle takes place in Goodwood, with the surprise packages of the tournament so far hosting the only unbeaten team left in the league, Bellville.
Not expected to be a big force in this year’s tournament, Goodwood have the ability to stun the big boys on their day and if Bellville don’t “get up” for this encounter, they might be in for a tough afternoon.
Busy Bees, meanwhile, are still in search of their first win in the league after being promoted from SLC at the end of last term.
They travel to Kuilsrivier on Saturday, knowing their hosts will go in search of a bonus-point win to keep the pressure on Franschhoek.
Another team looking for its first win is Young Peoples.
Up against All Saints, who are also near the foot of the table, Peoples will know that this is a match they can win to get some momentum as they look to get out of the relegation zone.