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FAN PASS gives Kiwis a new ability

FAN PASS gives Kiwis everywhere the ability to catch all the big hitting action of the Georgie Pie Super Smash 2015

New Zealand’s top cricket teams are gearing up to face each other on the pitch in the highly anticipated Georgie Pie Super Smash 2015.

The national men’s Twenty20 competition sees the country’s best regional cricket teams go head to head in a series of three five day tests across New Zealand, with the majority of matches being broadcast LIVE for the whole family to enjoy.

The Auckland Aces, Canterbury Kings, Central District Stags, Northern District Knights, Otago Volts and Wellington Firebirds will compete to win the coveted title as the Georgie Pie Super Smash 2015 champions.

With the domestic tournament being played all around the country, the team at FAN PASS want to remind cricket fans how easy it is to get front row seats for all the broadcasted LIVE action, no matter where they may be.

FAN PASS gives sports fans the freedom to stream SKY Sport channels 1, 2, 3 and 4, without the need to subscribe to SKY. That means no contracts, no commitment - just instant access to sport.

Content can be accessed on the FAN PASS website, by downloading the app through the App Store or Google Play™ to watch on a phone or tablet, or can be watched on TV via Chromecast.

FAN PASS makes it simple to enjoy all the big hitting action of the Georgie Pie Super Smash in the venue of your choice. LIVE action will be broadcast on the following dates; 6 -8, 11-12, 15, 20-22,26 and 29 November, then 4-5 and 11-13 December.

Visit to purchase either a Weekly Pass ($19.99) or Daily Pass ($14.99) to make sure you don’t miss any of the excitement of this national round robin competition.

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