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18-19 Oct: World Cup 9s (TV)

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On 14/10/2019 at 18:48, lanzer98 said:

Nope I ain‘t UK based. I get access to sky uk via vpn and nowtv but prefer watchnrl.com w/o using vpn. 

Interesting development regarding the World Nines. 

Just been released via Facebook. 

England Knights v Jamaica game also scheduled to be streamed. 

https://mailchi.mp/f9a28e29177f/londonninespartnerswithrlwc-636465

I downloaded the app. Works fine in the Netherlands. 

Not sure if it will be blocked in countries that have Sky showing games. 

All legal and above board so worth seeing if its available where you live. 

Chromecast available on it also to watch on your TV. 

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19 minutes ago, lanzer98 said:

Thanks. App does work. 
The England Knights v Jamaica game is not scheduled yet or I didn‘t find it.
 

try this link 🙂

https://play.ovo.com.au/event/12509

 

Ah ...Knights game is Geo blocked in NL .Looks like its only available (at present) to a handful of competing nations as I have just seen this ..but no worries I land in Sydney Friday evening .

 

"The World Cup Nines on October 18 and 19 will be broadcast on the platform into seven competing nations: France, Samoa, Lebanon, Papua New Guinea, United States, Cook Islands and Fiji with a combined fan base of over three million people."

Undecided if I will pop  into Cambeltown yet (its on the way down to the Souther Highlands ) or head down to the village and catch the games in the pub . Wife and daughter in tow this time so s different holiday planned .Still defo going to the double header at Wollongong on the 25th.

Knights game 04:00 am Aussie time ......could be a problem on a sunday morning !!!!

 

 

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I have a massive dilemma.

I have Friday off work and will spend some time with my family... however, I could catch the England games.

But... my wife and daughter are flying to Italy on Saturday morning to visit family and I have the whole weekend!

Do I watch the England games live in isolation or do I wait till Saturday and watch the whole tournament in chronological order on SKY Plus.

This is one of the hardest decisions of my life, why do these things always happen, life just isn't fair!

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2 hours ago, Dunbar said:

Do I watch the England games live in isolation or do I wait till Saturday and watch the whole tournament in chronological order on SKY Plus.

I watch things in chronological order on sky plus having made sure I don’t know the results . I think that’s best , and you’re in control of when you watch . But that’s just me 

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1 minute ago, DavidM said:

I watch things in chronological order on sky plus having made sure I don’t know the results . I think that’s best , and you’re in control of when you watch . But that’s just me 

I agree.

I will watch the whole thing on Sky Plus through Saturday.

Beers in the fridge and an Indian delivered half way through.

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6 minutes ago, Dunbar said:

I agree.

I will watch the whole thing on Sky Plus through Saturday.

Beers in the fridge and an Indian delivered half way through.

What a great day that sounds!!!

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1 minute ago, RP London said:

What a great day that sounds!!!

I know.

I love my girls but I can't wait for this on Saturday. 

Just have to ensure that I don't look too happy to see them leave for the airport!

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On 14/10/2019 at 12:50, Dave T said:

I'd rather we take these things a bit more seriously and go for our best team without limiting ourselves.

Knowing this was kn and a tour, we could have moved our final a week earlier and had time for it all. 

I *think* the whole thing was only 100% confirmed by the Aussies in April, well after our season had been planned. It was always going to be a half-arsed England team, same for the French. 

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6 hours ago, Dunbar said:

I agree.

I will watch the whole thing on Sky Plus through Saturday.

Beers in the fridge and an Indian delivered half way through.

Being a natural spoilsport, I'm going to ruin your weekend.

 

Wales beat England.

 

 

 

 

comfortably.

😉😀

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31 minutes ago, Wolford6 said:

Being a natural spoilsport, I'm going to ruin your weekend.

 

Wales beat England.

 

 

 

 

comfortably.

😉😀

I'm sure you are right... you should put a lot of money on that 😁

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2 minutes ago, Gerrumonside ref said:

Got Friday off work and never seen a 9’s match before of any type.

What can I expect?

I really enjoyed the Auckland Nines . Action packed , good entertainment and there were no video refs . That was great , and I recall refs actually getting decisions right when they had to make them ! It was very enjoyable and then got kiyboshed

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13 hours ago, Man of Kent said:

Might have start work a little late on Friday morning to take in the women’s game v PNG and England v Wales

Friday 18th October

8:45am England v Papua New Guinea (W)

9:10am England v Wales

Early start on Saturday https://www.rugbyleagueontv.com/

 

Well thats me scuppered... school drop off time... does nobody think of the children!!!!

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12 hours ago, Gerrumonside ref said:

Got Friday off work and never seen a 9’s match before of any type.

What can I expect?

Having watched the Auckland Nines, the game is nowhere near as open as Sevens. There's still a physical battle in the middle to some extent and you don't see as many clean breaks followed by tries. But it is more open than 13-a-side, so the backs get more chances.

I really enjoyed the Auckland Nines, especially the three-match women's series.

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It seems strange that the 3 European teams fly all the way to Oz and they all play each other with the likes of NZ & Oz also playing each other.

You would think with the lack of international RL they would try to have European teams playing the Pacific teams as well as Oz and NZ. Wasted chance again.

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1 minute ago, bobbruce said:

Booked off now with a few jobs to do later on. What time does it start. 

https://www.rugbyleagueontv.com/

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Will be interesting to see how we go, with only one player in the squad having any experience of playing 9's (Sam Tomkins).


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6 hours ago, Futtocks said:

Having watched the Auckland Nines, the game is nowhere near as open as Sevens. There's still a physical battle in the middle to some extent and you don't see as many clean breaks followed by tries. But it is more open than 13-a-side, so the backs get more chances.

I really enjoyed the Auckland Nines, especially the three-match women's series.

So...

Sevens are really open, more so than the Nines.

Nines are in between, not as open as the Sevens but more open than the thirteens..

🙂

They say the fives are really open and the fifteens are like Union where its nearly impossible to get a clean break.

🙂

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Any idea if there'll be radio commentary? Nothing listed on https://www.rugbyleagueontv.com/radio but maybe one of the Aussie radio stations will be doing live commentary for those of us at work.


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