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HSBC Wellington Sevens 2017 Official Radio Broadcaster


HSBC Wellington Sevens 2017 Official Radio Broadcaster


19 January 2017

Te Reo Irirangi o Te Upoko o Te Ika Trust is delighted to announce that it will be the Official Radio Broadcaster for Round 3 of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series to be played at Wellington’s Westpac Stadium on 28 and 29 January.

Featuring 16 teams and 45 matches over 2 days, the tournament will be covered by Te Upoko o Te Ika Radio on both days, broadcasting live from Westpac Stadium on 1161AM and also available on any mobile device globally via www.tunein.com or www.irirangi.net.

Te Upoko Station Manager Adrian Wagner said “over the past two years, Te Upoko o Te Ika has been a strong supporter of New Zealand rugby, providing regular live commentaries of local and representative rugby. Our role at the 2017 HSBC Wellington Sevens will feature our experienced broadcasting team as we continue to grow our support of New Zealand’s national game on the international stage”.

Coverage has been made possible through the sponsorship and support of Spacewise New Zealand, who specialise in the hire and sale of new and used shipping containers. Spacewise Managing Director, Dion Ross said “as a New Zealand owned and operated company, we are pleased to able to support a local radio station showcase what is a marquee global sporting event on New Zealand’s annual rugby calendar”.

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