A combined Premiers side beat the Kia Toa Tigers 36-34 at the Oval on Saturday thanks to a last-minute try to prop Ronnie Tauarii.
University produced a polished performance to beat the Harbour Seals 26-18 under lights at Logan Park last night.
University caused a major upset when it beat the previously undefeated South Pacific Raiders 60-28 in a high-scoring encounter at the Kensington Oval on Saturday.
South Pacific Raiders centre Jermaine Stone celebrated his 21st birthday with a hat trick of tries as the Raiders extended their unbeaten run to six matches with a 50-4 win over the Harbour Seals on Saturday.
The South Pacific Raiders continued their dominance when they clinically beat the Kia Toa Tigers 36-14 at the Kensington Oval on Saturday.
The Kia Toa Tigers produced a fine display of ball-handling skills in miserable conditions to beat the Harbour Seals 42-16 at the Kensington Oval on Saturday.
Kia Toa Tigers lock Shane Unahi scored 30 points to help his team beat University 46-20 in the third round of the Otago competition on Saturday.
It was a bad start for all three teams from Dunedin when they were beaten by their southern counterparts in the opening round of the Otago/Southland competition in Invercargill and Queenstown on Saturday.
There will be submissions, there will be knockouts and there will be blood when mixed martial arts fighters from across the South Island converge in Dunedin on Saturday night.
Peter Clinch (FI G) touched gloves with Johnnie Lowe (Ren Saddlier) and a minute later was crowned the ISKA South Island MMA (mixed martial arts) middleweight champion at the Caledonian gymnasium on Saturday night.
A last-minute try to Hawks second-rower Jeremy McKee clinched a 28-24 win over the South Pacific Raiders in round one of the spring competition on Saturday.
There was a time when men would turn in their graves at the thought of rugby union players joining rugby league players for a competition.
The Southern Storm was beaten by North Harbour 3-0 in the finals of the national league in Wellington yesterday.
The South Pacific Raiders are the 2011 Otago/Southland rugby league champions after beating Wakatipu He Tauaa 50-26 in Queenstown on Saturday.
Southern bragging rights will be on the line when the South Pacific Raiders play Wakatipu He Tauaa in the final of the Otago-Southland combined competition in Queenstown today.
The ice hockey series between invitational Canadian and United States teams will reach its conclusion tomorrow night, when the teams square off in the final of the three-match series at the Dunedin Ice Stadium.
Last week, Casey Lockwood was running and yelling with excitement after being made a New Zealand citizen.
University blew Pacific Islands (PI) off the park when it won 106-8 in the third round of the Otago-Southland competition played at the Oval on Saturday.
The Winton Warlords will wish they had stayed at home after being smashed by the South Pacific Raiders 102-12 at the Oval yesterday.
Harbour Seals produced a gritty second-half fightback to beat University 44-36 despite four first-half tries to University hooker Thomas Ellery.