Bond University will host the second round of the Aon Uni 7s competition this weekend as the tournament approaches the halfway mark.
Hosts Bond will be looking for redemption after narrowly avoiding a 10th-place finish in round one, while the University of Queensland will look to extend their lead after winning the opening carnival on home soil at St Lucia.
After finishing as runners-up in their Uni 7s debut a fortnight ago, UTS is looking to go one better to secure a maiden title.
UWA, who were also added to the roster for the 2019 season, won their first match at UQ in tournament one but could not add another victory and are out to build on that showing this weekend.
The chasing pack also have plenty to prove, with vital competition points up for the taking.
Every match of round two of the 2019 Aon University Sevens Series will be streamed LIVE and FREE on RUGBY.com.au.
Day one of the competition is set to be a super weekend of pathways rugby, with the first match of U19s Rugby Championship set to take place following the first matchday of the Uni 7s Series.
Defending URC Champions Brisbane City will take to the field as they look to continue their unbeaten record against last season's runners-up Queensland Country.
Aon Uni 7s Pools
Pool A: University of Queensland, Griffith University, University of Adelaide, University of New England, Bond University
Pool B: University of Technology Sydney, University of Sydney, University of Melbourne, University of Canberra, University of Western Australia
Saturday 28 September
University of Queensland v University of Adelaide, 9:00am
Bond University v Griffith University, 9:20am
UTS v University of Canberra, 9:40am
University of Melbourne v University of Sydney, 10:00am
University of Queensland v Bond University, 11:00am
Griffith University v UNE, 11:20am
University of Canberra v University of Sydney, 11:40am
UTS v University of Western Australia, 12:00pm
University of Adelaide v UNE, 1:00pm
Griffith University v University of Queensland, 1:20pm
University of Sydney v University of Western Australia, 1:40pm
University of Canberra v University of Melbourne, 2:00pm
University of Adelaide v Bond University, 3:00pm
University of Queensland v UNE, 3:20pm
University of Western Australia v University of Melbourne, 3:40pm
University of Sydney v UTS, 4:00pm
Sunday 29 September
UNE v Bond University, 9:00am
Griffith University v University of Adelaide, 9:20am
University of Melbourne v UTS, 9:40am
University of Western Australia v University of Canberra, 10:00am
3rd Pool A v 4th Pool B, 11.00am
3rd Pool B v 4th Pool A, 11.20am
1st Pool A v 2nd Pool B, 11.40am
1st Pool B v 1st Pool A, 12.00am
9th/10th Playoff, 1.00pm
7th/8th Playoff, 1.25pm
5th/6th Playoff, 1.50pm
Bronze Medal Match, 2.15pm
Gold Medal Match, 2.40pm