Three teams - leaders Munster, Connacht and last year's winners Leinster - are still in the running to be crowned IRFU Women's Interprovincial champions for 2014/15. It all makes for a fascinating final round on Saturday.
Two games down. Eight points gained. You would think that the Ulster players would be largely pleased with their start to the season. However, having drawn with the Scarlets and made a few errors in the convincing win over Zebre, the squad feel that there is room for improvement.
There was nothing to separate Ulster and the Scarlets in Llanelli as a pulsating GUINNESS PRO12 clash ended with honours even, the province clawing back 14 points in as many minutes to secure a deserved 32-32 draw.
The first GUINNESS PRO12 match to broadcast live on Sky Sports features an Ulster team eager to mount another title challenge - just 16 weeks on from their semi-final heartbreak at the hands of Leinster.
Ulster were the last team to beat Leinster in a league match at the RDS in March of last year, and they will aim for a repeat of that result when they take on the defending RaboDirect PRO12 champions in a mouth-watering semi-final clash.