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21 December 2006

Looking For A Last Minute Xmas Pressie? Subscribe To Sky Sport The Magazine

SKY Sport The Magazine will go on sale 22nd January 2007. Edited by Eric Young, an award-winning journalist and Prime TV news presenter, SKY Sport The Magazine will provide a winning combination of intelligent writing and stunning photography. Contributors comprise the best of local and international sportswriters including Greg McGee, an accomplished playwright and screenwriter, Roy Masters, long considered the authority in rugby league writing and analysis, and Mike Selvey, chief cricket writer for Britain's Guardian newspaper.

Editor, Eric Young, says "SKY Sport The Magazine will be the perfect complement to the SKY Sport channels. The magazine is able to go places the TV cameras can't go and tell stories the TV programmes don't. Coupled with shrewd analysis, compelling and sometimes controversial columnists, and a dedication to pictorial excellence second to none, SKY Sport The Magazine will break new ground."

Subscribe before the 27th December 2006 and you will go in the draw to win the opportunity for you and ten friends to watch the Black Caps take on Sri Lanka from SKY Television's corporate box at Eden Park.

Published by Sky Network Television and Fairfax Magazines, (a division of Fairfax Media, owned and operated by Fairfax New Zealand Limited), the monthly magazine will be available at supermarkets, bookshops and newsagents for $6 per issue. SKY Television subscribers can subscribe now for just $5 per issue - please call 0800 759 759. It's the perfect last minute Xmas present!

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