The rest of the country might have been talking about another rivalry, but our attention was on the Cape Town derby clash between Ajax Cape Town and Cape Umoya here innie Kaap last Saturday.
Six goals were scored in the manic GladAfrica Championship clash, as Ajax Cape Town once again let in a late goal to draw 3-3 at Cape Town Stadium.
The Urban Warriors lost out on a real opportunity to climb up to second place in the table, instead they are stuck on the third spot.
Umoya, meanwhile, will take the point, as it was technically an away fixture for them. They are now in ninth place on the standings.
On Friday, Steenberg United drew 0-0 against Real Kings at Athlone Stadium to round off a weekend of draws for the Cape teams.
Ajax will have a few weeks off after their application to have their matches postponed was approved by the PSL.
The Ikamva-based ouens have four players called up to the U23 national team for the Caf U23
Afcon, namely Grant Margeman, goalkeeper Darren Johnson, Thendo Mukumela and Kegan Johannes.
Meanwhile, Steenberg United will travel to Goble Park Stadium to visit Free State Stars, while Cape Umoya
United welcome high-flying league leaders Uthongathi FC to the Cape Town Stadium.