Hinton Hotel will be hoping for a much better result than last time they met Hills Solicitors when the top-two sides clash this weekend.
No side has come within 27 points of Hills so far this season, but despite being in second place, Hinton had the worst result against them of all teams - going down 60-19 back in round one.
Hinton player Rebecca Furner said she doesn't think her side was prepared for that match, with Hills being "a strong team who have played together for many years".
But Hinton have since recovered with some strong wins in what has been a huge turnaround for the team that finished in last place in 2018.
Furner said the club formed a few years back to give the younger players an opportunity to come through to A1.
"Last year was our first year in A1 and it was a big step up for the younger girls," she said.
"It is great to see how much their confidence has grown and they are really thriving with the experience.
"Unfortunately this week we have a few missing key players out due to injury, but we are going into this game strong and hoping we can pull off an upset."
Hinton will also be hungry for a win after going down to the George Tavern last week.
Elsewhere in the round, Club Maitland City will also be hoping to bounce back from a two point loss when they take on the George.
CMC took the honours last time the two sides met, but the George should be full of confidence coming off the win over Hinton.
Nexus Power Comets, who beat CMC last week, meet Tolsaf Cranes.
Tolsaf Cranes are still on the hunt for their first win, but this might be their chance as the closest they have come to victory was a six-point loss to the Comets back in round one.
Customs House Hotel have the bye.