EMOTIONS will be high at Millers Reserve on Sunday afternoon when Manly Allambie tackle Seaforth.
It is a fixture both squads circled in the calendar the moment the draw was formally released in March.
Manly Allambie striker Tess Olsen, who scored a hat-trick last weekend against Avalon, labelled it the ‘match of the season.’
“Oh it is definitely a grudge match,” she said.
“Quite a few of our players left Seaforth in the off-season, they will be out with a point to prove.
“Our coach (Kyle Cannon) also was coaching at Seaforth last year, I know he really wants to win this one.
“Everyone is looking forward to it, big time.”
Elsewhere, win less Avalon host Beacon Hill at Careel Bay and Wakehurst entertain Forest Killarney.
Brookvale and Manly Vale have the bye.