Club rugby returns on Saturday after fans were starved of action in recent weeks.
With no games taking place last weekend and only UCT facing Milnerton and NTK up against UWC the week before.
This week, though, sees four matches taking place in the Super League A.
And they are all mouthwatering encounters.
In Milnerton, UniMil host Durbell in what should be the match of the weekend.
Last time out, UniMil lost 38-22 to high-flying UCT.
In Durbell, though, they face a bit of a dark horse this early in the season.
Having only played three matches to date, coach Johann Kotze’s Durbanville team will fancy their chances against Isma-Eel Dollie and company.
UniMil, meanwhile, will be out to prove that it was just a once-off slip-up against the Tigers and would like nothing more than to run wild against their visitors.
In Greenpoint, struggling Hamiltons, who have won only one match in four outings, host Tygerberg.
The Tiere are expected to add to the misery of Hammies on Saturday.
Still, at home Hamiltons will be looking to win back some lost pride in front of their home fans and won’t go down easily.
There will also be some SLA action in Constantia where unbeaten False Bay will host NTK on Saturday.
After three games, the men from Parow have not won a single match yet this year.
Odds are that they will be zero from four after this weekend.
NTK, though, will have to start winning soon if they don’t want to be involved in yet another relegation scrap at the end of the term.
Off to the northern suburbs where Brackenfell will host Villager.
Brakkies have again started the year off on a high, winning three of their first four matches.
Villager, meanwhile, have a 50 percent record.
At home, though, you can’t look past coach Thinus van Rensburg Brackenfell to win this match.