The big games keep coming in Ulster Bank League Division 1A, with Terenure hosting Clontarf in a top of the table clash and Lansdowne and UCD - sitting third and fourth respectively - also taking each other on.
Like the top flight, Ulster Bank League Division 1B also has its own meeting of the top two this weekend as front runners Galwegians host Ballymena. The action gets underway tonight with the Buccaneers v Corinthians Connacht derby under floodlights.
Old Wesley are the only unbeaten team left in Ulster Bank League Division 2A. The table toppers have a four-point lead over the chasing pack, while at the other end Skerries defeated UCC to claim their opening win of the campaign.
Just two points separate the top seven teams in Ulster Bank League Division 2B heading into the early season break. Highfield's bonus point win away to Greystones has them top of the pile, level on points with Armagh who are the only side still with a 100% winning record.
Dublin University were back at their spiritual home on Saturday afternoon, playing on the newly upgraded College Park pitch, and they marked their return with a well-judged 26-17 win over Malone in Division 1B.
Lansdowne boss Mike Ruddock was disappointed with his side's first defeat of the Ulster Bank League campaign - a tight 14-10 reversal at Ballynahinch - but was full of praise for the efforts of the battling hosts.