Old Wesley may well have turned their season around with an unlikely win over Banbridge in round four of Division 1B.
Morgan Lennon's men were able to get out to a fine start from tries by Lachlan Anderson and Tom Kiersey and mount the commitment and energy to hold off the previous League leaders 15-8 at Rifle Park.
To make it count in the long-term, they will have to follow-up at home to Naas in Donnybrook this evening.
Afterall, Old Wesley are still very deeply involved in the lower-half of the Division at third-from-bottom.
In contrast, Naas are lurking in second, just one point off current leaders Malone.
They did their campaign a power of good by defeating Ballynahinch 24-17 in Forenaughts last Saturday with captain Paul Tolofua leading the way for Johne Murphy's men.
(tomorrow, 2.30, unless stated)
Old Wesley v Naas, Energia Park, Tonight 8.0.
Blackrock College v Cashel, Stradbrook; Highfield v Navan, Woodleigh Park.
Belfast Harlequins v Greystones, Deramore Park; Dungannon v MU Barnhall, Stevenson Park; Skerries v Corinthians, Holmpatrick; Sunday's Well v Wanderers, Irish Independent Park.
Malahide v City of Derry, Estuary Road; Omagh v Tullamore, Mellon Fields; Seapoint v Ballina, Kilbogget Park.