In a women's catch-up match last night, Taieri gained some much-needed points with a 5-0 win over a struggling and somewhat depleted University B.
In the only match on yesterday's catch-up day for the men, the Albany Alligators edged University A 3-2.
Southland trotter Get Lucky did not have to live up to his name yesterday to win his way into the Harness Jewels.
In the seventh round of the division one competition, Pioneer won its top-of-the table clash against Blues B in Invercargill.
Woodlands continued its resurgence in the Galbraith Shield Competition on Saturday with a 15-14 win over Eastern Northern Barbarians.
The match between Hillend A and School A in the South Otago club competition started goal-for-goal, with a very quick pace for the first five minutes of the game.
With their fullback Kane Dodds and halfback Ben Maxwell starring, Cromwell Goats demonstrated they are definite contenders for the Central Otago premiership title with a convincing 26-5 win over...
Brilliant runs from Matthew Sutcliffe and Kirk Madgwick set Hill City-University up for a third consecutive senior men's title in the Leith Cross-country Relays.
The Mid City Magic continued its winning streak, beating Falcons 88-76 in men's A grade competition at the Edgar Centre on Saturday.
After nine rounds of competition, the Taieri Lakes team has missed qualifying for the playoffs of the metropolitan men's Senior A pennant series.
Mosgiel and University have qualified for the South Island league while Caversham took a big step to joining them with a win on Saturday.
Kiwi Super Rugby coaches have taken aim at the competition's officials after some contentious calls during the latest round of the competition.
The Highlanders struggled to overcome the late withdrawal of Waisake Naholo, as they slumped to a 38-29 loss to the Lions in Johannesburg this morning.
Jean-Luc du Plessis slotted a penalty for the struggling Stormers with the last kick of the game to ensure a thrilling 19-19 draw against Super Rugby log leaders the Crusaders at Newlands.
Rugby Australia boss Raelene Castle sacked Wallabies star Israel Folau after speaking to parents of fans who were struggling with their sexuality.