THE Emerald Rams recorded another strong win at home, this time beating the Clermont Bushpigs 29-19.
The Capella Cattledogs share top of the leader board with Emerald after their 36-5 win over the Rolleston Roos.
The Moranbah Bulls proved too strong against the Blackwater Basilisks, beating them 52-35.
It is a big weekend for union fans as Capella celebrates 25 years as a club tomorrow.
The club was formed by Andrew Farquhar, Charles Curran and Billy Kettle and played its first competitor match against Emerald in the 1992 Central Highlands competition.
To celebrate the club's history a golf day has been organised for today from 2pm at the Capella Golf Club. Tomorrow will begin with a golden oldies match at 2pm on the Cattledogs' home turf.
Then comes the game that will determine who will remain top of the competition ladder when the Cattledogs take on the Emerald Rams in front of a home crowd at 4pm. Live music by Anna Farquhar and Rule 34 till late.
Over in Rolleston, the Roos have their first home match when they play Moranbah.
The Roos' game isn't the only entertainment for the night. The club is organising a domestic violence and health awareness night with free health checks.
The club's spokesman Nathan Blackburn said the event was intended to raise awareness of domestic violence and for the community to get to know the support services available to them while also enjoying some football.
There will be free head and shoulder massages and live entertainment from Kalesti Butler. The game kicks off at 4pm with plenty of fun for the family to follow at 6pm.