Glenwood will look to make it six from six when they host Kearsney on Saturday.
While Glenwood will be happy to continue their unbeaten run this season, they will also be looking for a convincing performance ahead of their departure for the Sanix World Rugby Youth Tournament in Japan, which begins at the end of April.
The Green Machine have made a strong start to their season with wins over EG Jansen (14-13), HTS Middelburg (17-16) and Dale College (32-5) at the Kearsney Easter Festival in March. They followed this up with big wins at home against Framesby (65-9) and Michaelhouse (56-5).
Kearsney will be looking for a win to get their season back on track after losing their last two matches to HTS Middleburg (24-10) at home and away to Hilton (31-23) last weekend. They started the season with six straight wins, including two at their Easter festival against Noord-Kaap (55-10) and SACS (39-26). Their final festival game was the loss to HTS Middelburg.
In other matches in KZN on Saturday, Michaelhouse host Maritzburg College with both sides looking for only their second win of the season. Jeppe, from Gauteng, travel to Northwood in search of their seventh win of the season, after their six-match winning streak was ended when they lost 34-19 to Ben Vorster at Ellis Park last weekend.
KZN fixtures (23 April):
Hilton vs Westville
DHS vs Clifton School
DHS 2nd XV vs Port Natal 1st XV
Hillcrest vs George Campbell
Glenwood vs Kearsney
Michaelhouse vs Maritzburg
Northwood vs Jeppe
St Charles vs St Andrew’s (Bloem)