Due to Easter Weekend, no games will be played on Saturday, meaning teams will travel midweek to make up the difference.
On the back of three consecutive wins, the Sea Eagles have established themselves as the team to watch in the first series of the second round.
They showed their championship chops last week when they squared off against their Titikaveka Bulldog neighbours, winning 22-20, but this week’s opponents are a different beast.
The Bears looked imperious in their win last week against the Takuvaine Warriors, putting up 46 points against 14 at home as they cruised to victory.
Whichever team wins will take ownership of the third spot, which is looking more and more important as the Avatiu/Nikao Eels and Tupapa Maraerenga Panthers pull away in the standings.
The Bears, Sea Eagles and Bulldogs sit on seven, six and five points respectively after six rounds of the competition, meaning that mid-table scrap will be the one to watch as the season progresses.
Meanwhile, the top-of-the-table Eels travelled to Aitutaki yesterday to take on the local Sharks tonight at Arutanga Park.
It looks like a hiding to nothing for the sixth-placed home side, as the visitors have averaged more than 40 points per match over the course of the season.
Last night, the Panthers were hosted by the Warriors at Happy Valley, while the Bulldogs are on a bye, something coach Meti Noovao said on Saturday was something that the team was looking forward to.