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Some former All Blacks will walk down memory lane tomorrow - all for a good cause, of course.
The Highlanders finally get off the training paddock and on to the playing field tonight as Super Rugby comes to Alexandra for the first time.
In a little over a month, Molyneux Park has gone from a cricket oval to a lush rugby ground and will soon be given a good makeover.
The competition which has been causing a lot of angst in the south has been delayed for a year.
Gore may get a reprieve but even more galloping courses may be under threat.
It is hardly a major surprise to hear Highlanders and All Black winger Waisake Naholo could be headed offshore at the end of the year.
The youngest dog in the field grabbed the glory in the group 2 Colin Keen Memorial race at Forbury Park yesterday.
The road to New Zealand Open began for some golfers on a rather dampish Balmacewen course at the Otago Golf Club yesterday.
The Bay Oval will host at least 10 times as much international cricket this year as Dunedin's major ground as cash and big players at the table dominate.
In the only senior game played on Saturday, Taieri was a comfortable winner over North East Valley at Brooklands.
Some hockey royalty visited the south over the weekend.
Otago was gallant and almost scaled what appeared to be a steep climb.
She barely got an hour’s notice, but Wanaka snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott just topped an Olympic medal.
Christi Viljoen is enjoying life in Dunedin. Second to none, he says.
Otago school playing numbers are staying relatively steady as the emphasis continues to be on flexibility and getting players to play as much as possible.
Key batsman Neil Broom could be back for the Otago Volts in their key match against the Wellington Firebirds on Sunday.
There is no sign of panic in the Black Caps camp but the only way is up after the heavy defeat the side experienced on Wednesday night.
A new report into rugby at secondary school level has found a disjointed structure and an alarming drop in boys playing the game.
Millers Flat had its moment in the sun over the weekend thanks to a couple of battle-hardened and determined veterans.