There was plenty of racing in Otago Harbour over the weekend but there is more to come.
The Tall Ferns fell agonisingly short of a shot at the Tokyo Olympics despite beating South Korea 69-65 in the four-nation women's basketball tournament in Auckland yesterday.
The Southern United women's side can no longer make the final of the national women's league after losing 2-0 to the Northern Lights in Auckland yesterday.
Dunedin-based Australian runner Margie Campbell won the women's title at the Queenstown International Marathon on Saturday.
The Kai Kings have one foot in the T20 final after a convincing 31-run win over the previously unbeaten Owaka Bandits at the Royal Landfill in Kaitangata.
The Highlanders are disappointed by the actions of lock Manaaki Selby-Rickit who was convicted in the Invercargill District Court yesterday, and an employment misconduct process will begin.
A South Otago rugby player has been banned from the sport for life for punching a referee — but his victim says he forgives the player.
Westwood Beach pacer Spirit Of St Louis showed his class on the nation's biggest harness racing stage when winning at the New Zealand Cup Carnival's Show Day meeting at Addington yesterday.
Patience was rewarded and the winner's podium overflowed with happy owners when Chase Auckland sprinted to victory in the New Zealand Free-For-All at Addington yesterday.
Canterbury stayer Dee And Gee could complete a remarkable journey when she and two of her stablemates line up in the New Zealand Cup at Riccarton today for trainers Peter Corbett and Terrill Charles.