Ruislip received a walkover in the Middlesex Cup after Finchley cried off at the last minute.
The first team had a chance to rest up ahead of the visit of Civil Service on Saturday when they hope to record a third successive league win although they are sure to provide a much sterner test than either Eton Manor or Welwyn.
Captain Adam Cristol admitted: "It will be a real test - they are third in the league and won again last Saturday.
"We have won our last two but they were against struggling sides and so this will be a real measure of our improvement.
"Our side looks good on paper, with our new Kiwi lock Jon Smyth settling in well and a few boys coming back from injury and work commitments.
"Last Saturday was nice to have a breather so we should be ready to give it a blast this week."
In the meantime the senior coaching staff had an opportunity to check out the second team as they swept aside Pinner firsts 50-5 in freezing conditions.
Forwards coach Ron Matthews was impressed by youngsters Brad Lydden and James Green while attack coach Dave Samuel watched Joe Grehan score two tries on his return from injury and stake a claim for a first team starting spot, and Max Bunce also caught the eye at full back.
* The U14s thrashed Redingensians 97-0 to make it a perfect 10 wins out of 10.
Having lost heavily to the Reading side last season the players were keen to make amends and they did so with style in the sleet and rain at West End Road.
Man of the match scrum half Tom Nolan harried his opposite number and unleashed telling passes to his back division with devastating effect.
A rampaging Olly Hooper on the right wing opened the scoring with the first of his three tries, left winger Elliott Byfield scored one, outside centre Ian Rowe and No 8 Robert Baragwanath scored two each, while second rowers Rhys Verley nabbed three and Matt Coker another.
Jack Knights converted nine times and Charlie Noon twice.
They host Barnet on Sunday.
* Ruislip colts stunned Hemel Hempstead 19-5 to win their opening league game of the season despite travelling with only 14 players.
Despite being a man down for the full 80 minutes they dominated a bigger opposition pack and nullified their back line as an assured tactical dis-play by fly half Luke Reed ensured the game was played almost exclusively in the home team's half.
Ruislip reached half-time 19-0 in front, Nathan Sellers among numerous impressive players for the Maroons, with their tries including a great individual score from Reed, before Jake Goodison and Jamie Woodstock came into their own in the loose.
Eventually the extra workload told as Hemel finally scored a try that was always on the cards, but that was the only score from either side in the half.
They host Chingford this week.