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Live Cricket Free-To-Air On Prime

22 February 2005

Live Cricket Free-To-Air On Prime

Prime Television is committed to bringing New Zealanders the best in live sporting action free-to-air.

From this Saturday, Prime will be the exclusive free-to-air broadcaster of the Australian series for the remainder of the tour.

This Saturday 26th February 2pm, the New Zealand Black Caps take on Australia in the 3rd One Day International at Eden Park, Auckland. Prime will broadcast the match live.

Tuesday 1st March, live from 10am, Prime will screen the 4th One Day International between the Black Caps and Australia at Westpac Stadium, Wellington.

Prime will also cover the 5th One Dayer live between the Black Caps and Australia from Mclean Park in Napier with coverage starting from 10am that day.

Later in March, Prime will broadcast the International Test matches and Sri Lanka’s tour of the country in April.

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