Kaikorai easily made it into the top four of premier rugby club competition after it defeated Harbour 48-21 at Watson Park this afternoon.
- There was some big scores in the Otago Premier Schools rugby competition today.
- Valley has won its fifth Citizens Shield, and its first since 2009, after a 28-22 win over Kurow today.
- The All Blacks Sevens have kicked off their World Cup campaign with a comfortable 29-5 win over Russia in San Francisco.
Ecstatic French fans have celebrated the return of their World Cup-winning football team as their bus paraded down the Champs Elysees before a special presidential reception.
- France won the World Cup for the second time by ending battling Croatia's dream of a first title with a 4-2 victory on Sunday in one of the most entertaining and action-packed finals for decades.
- Belgium have beaten England 2-0 in the third-place playoff to secure their best ever finish at a World Cup.
- English fans at The Bog tavern in Dunedin react after Croatia scored its second and match-winning goal in the World Cup semifinal yesterday.
A gigantic 186-run partnership between Joe Root and captain Eoin Morgan helped England cruise comfortably to an eight wicket victory over India.
- Cricket South Africa have appointed Thabang Moroe as permanent chief executive on a three-year contract with immediate effect, the governing body has announced.
- Sir Richard Hadlee will undergo surgery after secondary cancer was discovered in his liver.
- The White Ferns have lost their ODI series against England after being bowled out for 118 in the second match in Derby.
Just over six weeks ago, Otago was home to two of the most important coaches in New Zealand sport — now neither of them are there.
An international footballer has avoided conviction after groping a woman in a Dunedin bar and telling her: "abuse is a way of life".
- After a complaint, Football South has banned coaches making young players place their noses in dirt, but says the practice was meant as a "fun training tool" which players and parents agreed to.
- A huge challenge awaits Southland United in its first home match of the Southern Football League tomorrow.
- An international footballer who played for a Dunedin club has avoided a sex conviction so he can stay in NZ for knee surgery to prolong his sporting career.