Alhambra-Union is fresh from a heartbreaking one point loss to Taieri in the weekend.
Southern just about wrapped up a top six spot with a hard fought victory over the winless Spannerheads, who languish on two points with three to play — they are consigned to the bottom two in a season that promised so much.
Dunedin Premier Rugby continued today, in a tournament that is closer than it has been for many seasons.
Individual brilliance from first five-eighth Levi Emery either side of the break set Alhambra-Union up for a 23-16 victory at Miller Park.
Taieri did what it does, stay in games, bore the life out of teams and get the chocolates, and consigned Harbour to its second loss in three games.
Referee bosses are working hard to get officials to all matches, but sideline behaviour, especially at school games, needs to improve.
Kaikorai scored three quick tries midway through the second half to set up a seemingly comfortable 41-0 victory against Zingari-Richmond at Bishopscourt.
Alhambra-Union pulled off an upset to beat Southern 24-12 at the North Ground in round three of the premier competition today.
Harbour has had plenty of changes just two weeks into the season but it is simply getting on with the job.
The Hawks posted their first points of the season and ensured GI stayed winless with a solid display at the Toolbox.
Green Island bumbled its way to a bonus-point loss against Harbour at Miller Park, while Taieri and Southern picked up tight wins.