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# 180739 19-Sep-2015 22:00
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Anyone know what sites give audio commentary (in English) of all the games.
That we can get in NZ without using extensions to fool your browser that you are in another country.
Thanks

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  # 1390483 19-Sep-2015 22:29
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  # 1390485 19-Sep-2015 22:37
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davidcole: This? http://www.radiosport.co.nz/whats-on/rugby-world-cup-commentary/



This is only the AB games.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1390487 19-Sep-2015 22:51
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There is audio commentary in the iOS app.

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  # 1391953 22-Sep-2015 14:43
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Needs more Alternative Commentary Collective



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  # 1391976 22-Sep-2015 15:12
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JarrodM: There is audio commentary in the iOS app.

Yes found it on the app on Android RWC app thanks bit of a time delay but only about 15 seconds so all good

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