Sundon Invasion gave Waimumu trainer Billy Heads his 100th win when the gelding led all the way in a maiden trot at Forbury Park on Friday night.
Super Rugby heading to Waimumu, with the Highlanders and Crusaders set to play a pre-season match in farmer Fred Booth's paddock next February.
Will the Sharks be around for another 100 games?
Brent McKenzie will be a proud father when his two sons turn out for Chiefs in Invercargill on Saturday night.
Tokanui has retained the Laing Shield after a cold, but convincing 4-2 win over Mossburn.
World and Commonwealth champions, record breakers and some of the country and region's top sportspeople, coaches, administrators and officials will all be celebrated at this year's ILT Southland Sports Awards.
Apprentice Racha Cuneen has been engaged to ride Supercharged in the Otago Hurdles at Wingatui on Sunday.
Chiefs captain will miss Saturday's crucial Super Rugby clash with the Highlanders.
Highlanders remain without co-captain Nasi Manu for their showdown with the Chiefs in Invercargill.
Roxburgh trainers, Geoff and Jude Knight, who brought off an upset win with Pembrook's Delight in the 2012 Harness Jewels, have Al Raza in contention to repeat at Ashburton on Saturday.
Waisake Naholo has confirmed his desire to play for the All Blacks at this year's World Cup but says his contract negotiations have not yet been cleared up.
Aspiring Stags will never have a better opportunity than the Town-Country curtain raiser to the Chiefs-Highlanders Super Rugby game at Rugby Park in Invercargill on Saturday.
Top greyhound Dream Collector is 100 percent after his win at Ascot Park in Invercargill on Tuesday.
The 3-year-old trotter Great Things Happen has been transferred to the stable of Robert Dunn to complete his final week of training at the beach before the Harness Jewels.
John Carvalho is enjoying driving a taxi in semi-retirement after 29 years working with thoroughbreds at White Robe Lodge.
Southland rugby league player Taina Tamou will start for the Canterbury Bulls in their showdown with an Auckland development team in Auckland on Monday.
With no set plans and a penchant for football, the future is looking good for footballer Callum Smith.
Swimming Southland held their annual prize giving on Tuesday night.
Southlander picks up Lifetime Service Award at Cycling New Zealand AGM
Steam Washed added to the list of major wins for Southland sire Washington VC with success in the Group I $100,000 Queen Of The Pacific.
Queenstown rising netballer Maddison McDonald met her favourite netball star, at the Mystics/Steel game on the weekend
Glamour greyhound Dream Collector makes a comeback to racing at Ascot Park on Tuesday.
For Josh Cochrane there's nothing quite like the feeling of knowing he has had a good game.
Ghibellines, winner of the Group II Todman Stakes, has been secured for stud duty by White Robe Lodge, North Taieri.
Southland Boys' look set for a tough outing when they host the Otago Boys' High School 1st XV on Wednesday.
Six boxers, five titles for Southland at the South Island Golden Gloves.
Canterbury Bulls management visited Invercargill during the weekend to try identify some potential players for New Zealand Rugby League's national zonal competition this season.
Jaccka Jack, who won 12 races when trained by the late Murray Gray, was an appropriate winner of the Murray Gray Memorial Trot at Winton on Sunday.
Motor racing fans could sympathise with Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph.
Marist have produced the performance of the 2015 Southland premier club season with their win over Woodlands on Saturday.