It will definitely be ladies day at Beres Ellwood Oval with the women's rugby clash to take centre stage.
Ag College have switched up the usual order of play for their clash with Wagga City on Saturday.
The men's first grade will take a back seat with the women's game to conclude the action.
The women's premiers had a rough start to the season but have won five of their last six games as they look to surge towards finals.
Wagga City is one team they need to move past to do so.
The Boiled Lollies sit six points clear, with a game in hand against third-placed Albury, with five rounds left in the season.
Ag College coach Joe Fisher is hoping the side can rise to the big occasion.
"It is going to be a big day and it's coming down to crunch time of the season," Fisher said.
"Hopefully the ladies day theme will give the girls a bit more motivation to get across the line as I know they can do it. Hopefully it's that little extra spark."
There are plenty of different faces from last year's side but things are coming together.
Coming off a 46-10 win over Tumut last week, Fisher is thrilled with how the team is progressing.
"The thing I keep reiterating to the girls is that we've beaten Tahs, who sit in second at the moment, so there is no reason why we can't be up there with the top sides," he said.
"The points on the ladder are our downfall at the moment but other than that we've got a great little side coming along."
Meanwhile Ag College have a big task on their hands taking on the unbeaten premiers in first grade.
After letting an opportunity slip against Tumut last week, coach Elliot Barrett is looking for a more complete performance.
"We've got a tough task ahead of us but our focus this week is trying to play how we want to play for the full 80 minutes," Barrett said.
"We didn't do that last week. We played probably our best 40 minutes in the first half and then probably our worst 40 minutes in the second.
"We really want to improve and get a full sustained effort."
After leading 29-17 at half-time, Tumut were able to turn the tables to take a 41-34 victory.
Barrett wasn't sure if complancy was a factor as they moved away from what was working.
It leaves Ag College in seventh place.
Barrett has been forced to make another change at halfback after a sequence of unfortunate events.
First regular number nine Toby Haylock broke his arm and dislocated his elbow after being involved in a car accident on the way back to Wagga.
His replacement Ben Coe then suffered a broken jaw in the loss to the Bulls.
With both out for the remainder of the season, Harry Hayes gets his chance up against the premiers who are coming off a 92-5 thrashing of CSU.
The men's first grade game starts at 2.20pm with the women scheduled for 4pm.