Josh Clark has a little less black on his jersey this season but he still stands out.
Southern survived a tense finish to beat University 25-24 in the battle of the heavyweights at Logan Park on Saturday.
Southern managed to survive a late come back from University, while the scores vary among other club games.
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For a team near the bottom of the competition table Alhambra-Union certainly has played some sparkling rugby.
Time will tell who the winners and losers are from last night's decision not to reschedule round five of Dunedin premier rugby.
Today's round of Dunedin premier rugby has been cancelled due to severe rain and the condition of the Dunedin City Council grounds.
There will be no Dunedin premier club rugby this afternoon unless the severe rain event forecast for the city suddenly blows away.
Taieri posted its first win, but coach Phil Young was not impressed by what he saw from his charges last weekend.
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Final scores reflected narrow wins for most club matches.
Kaikorai's 10-game winning streak came to a sudden halt last weekend.
Taieri were just one of the teams to take a beating.
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Pictured above: Southern produced a powerful effort up front to beat Zingari-Richmond 37-19 at Bathgate Park today.
Southern muscled its way to an impressive 37-19 win against a spirited Zingari-Richmond and shapes as one of the teams to beat after two rounds.
Southern has made a winning start to its campaign against Harbour, and Kaikorai blew away Zingari-Richmond.
Pirates chairwoman Jess Tuhega believes the club needs "money and people" to make a return to the premier grade.
Welcome back to another year of REAL rugby, writes Paul Dwyer.
Harbour will contest the premier grade this season, despite concerns being raised about its eligibility.