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Lions v Harbour Live on Maori Television

Publicity Release
Thursday May 25 2006

Lions v Harbour Live on Maori Television

The free-to-air MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE game screened live and exclusive on Maori Television on Monday May 29 2006 at 8 PM will be:

AUCKLAND LIONS versus HARBOUR LEAGUE at Ericsson Stadium in Auckland.

Top of the table Auckland Lions - coached by Kiwis coach Brian McClennan – take on Harbour in the battle of the bridge.

League legends Tawera Nikau and Ritchie Barnett join sports journalists Dale Husband and Te Arahi Maipi to commentate this ‘game of the week’ from the New Zealand Rugby League (NZRL) national premiership, the Bartercard Cup.

MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE –every Monday night from 8 PM – only on the home of New Zealand rugby league, Maori Television!


Year 2006
Censor Parental Guidance Recommended (PGR)
Duration Weekly 120-minute live sports show
Language English commentary with bilingual match graphics


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