The Farah Palmer Cup will be back in action later today, with some of New Zealand's best going head to head in search of taking out women's provincial rugby's biggest prize.
Runaway leaders and 2016 champions the Counties Manukau Heat will travel to Porirua, coming head to head with the Wellington Pride, who sit two places behind them on the Premiership table.
The Heat sit comfortably atop the Premiership ladder with a game in hand over closest rivals Canterbury, three points ahead going into this weekend's matches.
In the Championship fixtures, a top of the table duel between the Bay of Plenty Volcanix and Otago Spirit awaits in Dunedin, as the race for promotion to the Premiership begins to take shape.
The Volcanix sit a whopping eight points ahead of the Spirit, having played one game more, while Otago are the Championship's leading scorers, with 147 points scored from their four matches this season.
In Palmerston North, the Manawatu Cyclones host the Auckland Storm, with both sides looking to claw their way up the table to challenge Counties for the top spot.
At the bottom of the Championship, last placed Tasman welcome North Harbour tomorrow, looking for their first win of the season, while Premiership cellar-dwellers Waikato host second placed Canterbury in Hamilton.
Canterbury will be looking to move into top spot on the Premiership ladder, should Wellington manage to hand Counties a defeat in their clash this afternoon.