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The Warriors' 2004 Season Exclusively Live On Sky

Media Release

March 10, 2004.

THE WARRIORS' 2004 SEASON EXCLUSIVELY LIVE ON SKY 1

SKY 1 is again the home of the New Zealand Warriors, screening all of their regular NRL season games exclusively LIVE from this Sunday, March 14 at 4:30pm.

The Warriors' opening match is an away game against the Brisbane Broncos, which will be played at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.

Build-up to the clash with Stephen McIvor and Peter Ropati in Lion Red Gameday from 4:30pm, with kick-off scheduled for 5pm.

The Broncos are still the benchmark of the NRL and this will be a tough first-up test for the Kiwi boys, but the Warriors have the wood on the Broncos in recent years and gave them a real towelling 32-12 last year in Brisbane, so they'll go into the match with some confidence.

All other NRL games will screen weekly on either SKY Sport 1 or SKY Sport 2.

Round 1 matches this weekend also include last year's premiers, Penrith Panthers versus Newcastle Knights (Friday, March 12 at 9:30pm on SKY Sport 2), West Tigers versus Cronulla Sharks (Saturday, March 13 at 7:30pm on SKY Sport 2), Canterbury Bulldogs versus Parramatta Eels (Saturday, March 13 at 9:30pm on SKY Sport 2), North Queensland Cowboys versus Manly Sea Eagles (Saturday, March 13 at 11:30pm on SKY Sport 2), St. George-Illawarra Dragons versus Canberra Raiders (Sunday, March 14 at 4:30pm) and Sydney City Roosters versus South Sydney Rabbitohs (Sunday, March 14 at 8pm on SKY Sport 1).

For exclusively LIVE coverage of the Warriors' 2004 NRL season, SKY 1 is the place to be, starting this Sunday, March 14 at 4:30pm. All other NRL matches are on SKY Sport 1 and SKY Sport 2.

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