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Exclusive coverage of Northern Hemisphere Internationals

Media Alert 4 August 2011

Exclusive coverage of Northern Hemisphere Internationals in the UK LIVE on The Rugby Channel (channel 037) from Sunday August 7th

The Rugby Channel will feature LIVE coverage of all the Northern Hemisphere Internationals in the UK as England, Ireland, Wales, France, Scotland, Italy and Argentina play some all important build up matches ahead of next month’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.


England Autumn Internationals

England vs Wales LIVE on The Rugby Channel (SKY Ch 037) from 1.20am on Sunday 7th August with replays later in the day at 12.30pm and Monday 8th August at 9.30pm


Wales Autumn Internationals

Wales vs England LIVE on The Rugby Channel (SKY Ch 037) from 1.20am on Sunday 14th August with a replay later in the day at 10pm

Wales v Argentina LIVE on The Rugby Channel (SKY Ch 037) from 1.20am on Sunday 21st August with a replay on Monday 22nd August at 2pm


Ireland Autumn Internationals

Ireland vs France LIVE on The Rugby Channel (SKY Ch 037) from 3.50am on Sunday 21st August with a replay on Monday 22nd August at 10pm

Ireland vs England LIVE on The Rugby Channel (SKY Ch 037) from 1.20am on Sunday 28th August.


Scotland Rugby Internationals

Scotland vs Ireland delayed on The Rugby Channel (SKY Ch 037) from 3.30am on Sunday 7th August

Scotland vs Italy delayed on The Rugby Channel (SKY Ch 037) from 6am on Sunday 21st August


Let’s see which of these six teams can gain the ascendency heading into the Rugby World Cup next month!

Exclusive coverage of Northern Hemisphere Internationals in the UK LIVE on The Rugby Channel (channel 037) from Sunday August 7th

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