Unimil bounced back in fine style after losing their last outing to SK Walmers, by beating Tygerberg 27-21 at Florida Park on Saturday.
With the rest of the matches on the weekend not delivering a lot of tries, no one gave the memo to these two teams in Ravensmead.
And at the end of the day, it was coach Isma-Eel Dollie’s team - who have been up and down this year - that got the better of Anton Moolman and his charges.
The win lifted UniMil to fourth on the log, having won six out of their 10 matches.
And they will be looking to build up some momentum in the latter stages of the competition when they host Villager on Saturday.
Their visitors, though, should not be taken lightly.
Having enjoyed a bye this past weekend after beating Hamiltons two weeks ago, Villager will be refreshed and ready to go when they travel to Milnerton.
Hammies, meanwhile, are continuing to slide.
This past weekend they lost 5-0 to False Bay, but will take heart from their performance.
The Bay will be happy to be at home this Saturday when they host Brackenfell in Constantia.
Brackenfell had a bye last weekend after getting the better of Parow NTK the week before.
NTK - in a real battle to avoid relegation - sal hul storie moet ken on Saturday when they host a dangerous SK Walmers outfit.
After losing 17-3 to Durbell on the weekend, they will enter the match against NTK as favourites.
Elsewhere, Paarl will travel to Durbell as they also look to get out of the relegation zone.