Hawks Royals will have their toughest test of the Orange Netball Association division one season so far when they line up against OHS Hornets Saturday at 1.10pm.
The Royals are undefeated after three rounds, but the combined records of the teams they have beat stand at a measly one win and eight losses.
Meanwhile, the Hornets will be looking to bounce back after suffering their first loss of the year last week.
A win for the Royals would well and truly stamp their authority on the season, while a loss could open up the top of the ladder for anyone.
The second match of the round will see second-placed Orange City Craig Harvey Mechanical up against bottom feeders KWS 2nds at 2.30pm. City will look to use this match to boost their point differential which could prove crucial later in the year.
KWS 1sts will take on the Hurricanes at 2.30pm in a match that could determine whether either side have a shot at making the playoffs.
The Hurricanes sit one spot off the top four, but already have a negative 105 point differential, while the Kinross side are yet to win a game.
The final match will be between Hawks Marvasti Security and Life Studio at 3.50pm. Life Studio are sitting in third place, best of the one-loss teams and a win could put the pressure on the top teams.
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