Robb College co-coach Sam Ditchfield labelled this Saturday's clash against Tamworth as "an important game" for his first grade side.
After the long weekend break, the New England Rugby Union competition resumes this Saturday before another break the following weekend for the university holidays.
Following that, Robb have a clash against the Blues which also falls in the holidays, meaning they won't be at full-strength for that match.
Before they can worry about that, Robb are firmly focused on how they will perform against the second-placed Tamworth team in their coming clash.
The last time the two sides met, they were both undefeated heading into it with Tamworth taking the win 24-21.
"I think we are a lot better prepared going into this weekend's game than we were the last time we played them," Ditchfield said.
"We are a completely different looking team."
Ditchfield said he doesn't really "know what to expect" from Tamworth this time around but his concern is firmly focused on the performance his side produces.
"We just want to improve each week on what we are doing," he said.
"We have been able to score enough points and, if our defence is good and we can stop them from scoring any points, we should be right."
Two weeks ago, Robb demolished the Barbarians 57-8 with a number of regular starting players missing.
Charlie Harris will return to his fullback role against Tamworth while Jack Mann will resume his outside centre position.
"Even though we have had a few guys coming back from injury, they have been able to train with first grade since the Baa Baas game so as a squad we have had two good weeks of training in preparation," Ditchfield said.
Over at Alcatraz, the Barbarians and the Blues will be hoping having a huge contingent of players involved in the NSW Country Rugby Championships will help get their seasons back on track. The Baa Baas boast six of the recent representative squad while the Blues had seven players pull on a Lions jersey.
The Blues were also on the receiving end of a big loss two weeks ago against St Albert's and co-coach Luke Stephen said his team need to re-focus on their game plan.
"It is a case of our team just getting back to playing our style of rugby and controlling possession," he said.
"We didn't do that against Albies and to their credit they played a really good game."
Stephen highlighted the large contingent of Lions players suiting up in the coming clash.
"It is going to be exciting to see them bring that playing at a higher level back to their club," he said.
"Both clubs had a large portion of rep players who played well at the champs so it will be exciting to see how that translates back to club form."