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UK Super League World Club Challenge Live

Monday February 4, 2013

UK Super League World Club Challenge to Screen Live on Maori Television

Rugby league’s World Club Challenge will screen LIVE on Maori Television at 9.00am on Saturday, February 23.

The clash between England’s Super League champions Leeds Rhinos and the 2012 NRL Grand Final winners Melbourne Storm will take place at Headingley Carnegie Stadium in Leeds.

It will be the sixth time Leeds has appeared in a World Challenge game.

The match will be repeated on Maori Television at 6.00pm on February 24 and on the Te Reo Channel at 8.30pm on Tuesday, February 26.

Maori Television is New Zealand’s exclusive broadcaster of the UK Super League. From now until October the station will screen delayed coverage of two UK SUPER LEAGE games per week from each round of the competition.

The first game screens on Sundays from 3.30pm, starting February 17 and the second match screens on Monday from 10.30pm, starting February 18.

One game per week will be repeated on the Te Reo channel in RIIKI UK on Tuesdays at 8.30pm, starting February 19. These games will have commentary in Maori.

The Carnegie Challenge Cup Final and the Super League Final will screen live on Maori Television later in the season.

Games will be available at after broadcast.

Tune in to Maori Television at 9.00am on February 23 to see the World Club Challenge live, with repeats at 6.00pm on February 24 and on the Te Reo Channel at 8.30pm on February 26.


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