Jamberoo will attempt to extend a mid-season resurgence as they bid to get their Group Seven premiership defence back on track on Saturday.
The Superoos can maintain contact with the competition’s top four with a victory over current leaders Shellharbour Sharks in what is sure to be a tough encounter.
The Sharks walloped Jamberoo 42-nil earlier in the season, but the Superoos are riding high after two-straight victories before last week’s bye.
On Sunday afternoon, Warilla-Lake South will aim to bounce back from last week’s 16-10 loss to Gerringong when they travel to Albion Park-Oak Flats.
A rested up Milton-Ulladulla will seek to blindside a Gerringong side coming off last week’s tough clash with Warilla.
Berry-Shoalhaven Heads will strive to bounce back from last Sunday’s one-point defeat to Nowra-Bomaderry when they face Stingrays of Shellharbour, while the Jets travel north to take on Kiama.