All eyes will be on the South Warrnambool and Koroit clash at Friendly Societies on Friday as the sole Hampden league match of the weekend.
Will Koroit's Nell Mitchell fire again and help the Saints to their third win after a 32-goal performance against Camperdown?
Or will Mandy van Rooy's Roosters make it two in a row after their 15-goal win against Hamilton Kangaroos?
Meanwhile, one of the league's best defenders returned to the court on the weekend after dealing with injury.
Emma Cust played in Warrnambool's loss to Terang Mortlake on Saturday.
In the Warrnambool and District league, Merrivale host Old Collegians on Good Friday.
The Tigers have started the season with a roar, winning their first two matches.
But coach Carly Peake said the challenge lies ahead with matches against the Warriors, Dennington, South Rovers and Nirranda in the next month.
The Warriors have been working hard on fighting until the end and the challenge is there for the Tigers to try and stop them.
On Saturday, East Warrnambool and Russells Creek will both be hoping to get their first wins of the season.
Nirranda be will be looking to make it three in a row while South Rovers seek their first victory.
The Blues are coming off a thrilling victory in their grand final rematch against Dennington.
Meanwhile, Leah Sinnott's Timboon Demons sit atop the ladder going into their Easter break.
A month before the season the Demon's didn't have a coach but they've managed to win their first three matches.
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