THE 2013-14 Nodefa VW Community Trust Premier League kicks off at the Jabavu Stadium tomorrow with last season's top three teams in action.
In the early match Golden Chiefs, who finished fourth, play City Style, who escaped relegation by a point.
In the late game Mbabala Young Stars begin the defence of their title against runners-up Really Rangers.
On Saturday newly promoted Manchester Babes are up against City Friends, who ended third in last season's league.
Eleven Stars, who were also promoted, make their debut against Jamaican Stars.
Tomorrow: Golden Chiefs v City Style, Really Rangers v Mbabala Young Stars.
Saturday: Jamaican Stars v Eleven Stars, City Friends v Manchester Babes, Manchester United v Young Callies, Young Pirates v Black Aces, New City Stars v Kabah United Brothers.
Sunday: Stokes United v Khayelitsha Stars.
HEARTS should consolidate their position as runners-up in the Pefa Premier League when they host Forresters at the Lawson Brown High School field tomorrow evening.
Hearts have three matches remaining, including tomorrow's clash, and are three points ahead of Callies, who play Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB) Municipality in Londt Park.
The championship is out of reach and Callies are concentrating on the Safa-NMB SAB league.
Last week, the champions were defeated by PE Defence.
The league title is in the bag and Central Acemates are also concentrating on the SAB league.
They lost to Highbury. On Saturday they will play Defence at the Westbourne Oval.
NMMU Madibaz, who could spoil Hearts' party, play Motherwell Academy at the Victoria Park field.
Tomorrow: Callies v NMB Municipality, Hearts v Forresters.
Saturday: Central Acemates v PE Defence, Warriors v Highbury, Motherwell Academy v NMMU Madibaz, PE City v KwaDwesi All Stars.
SEVERAL teams in the Pefa Women's League will face doubleheaders this weekend.
NMMU Madibaz play Highbury on Saturday and then Hearts on Sunday. Both matches are scheduled for the south campus.
The students should pick up maximum points from both matches to keep the pressure on Mustangs, who play Warriors at the Morningside High School field.
Saturday: NMMU Madibaz v Highbury, St George's v Warriors.
Sunday: Warriors v Mustangs, NMMU Madibaz v Hearts, St George's v Highbury.