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#39442 13-Aug-2009 23:30
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justin.tv

found it last week! 

Watch all warriors games/ tri nations games on there. 

sweet

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  #246370 14-Aug-2009 06:12
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Are they live or delayed?

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  #246376 14-Aug-2009 06:37
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they're live but may not be legal ... someone converts their cable signal into a quality low enough to stream on the internet. AS FAR AS I UNDERSTAND.




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  #246455 14-Aug-2009 10:03
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its both.

also, sometimes quality is excellent, but then again its terrible.

For free, i'm not complaining.

Go on at 9:30pm tonight and you should be able to watch the Rabbitohs or cowboys game.

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  #246461 14-Aug-2009 10:13
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HEres a site i found a while ago, has every sport under the sun! all live, quality is pretty good, usually theres 3+ feeds to choose from anyway, so theres choice.. Watched the all blacks on it against SA, feed was coming out of the netherlands but had NZ Sky sport comentators..

Couldnt live without this site.. plus i save $100 a month on not having sky ;)

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  #246471 14-Aug-2009 10:34
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wakarua: its both.

also, sometimes quality is excellent, but then again its terrible.

For free, i'm not complaining.

Go on at 9:30pm tonight and you should be able to watch the Rabbitohs or cowboys game.


I have SKY HD so will watch the Bunnies on TV, but your site and the other one mentioned here will be good when I am overseas with no NRL.

Thanks guys.

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  #246484 14-Aug-2009 10:57
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kiwitrc:
wakarua: its both.

also, sometimes quality is excellent, but then again its terrible.

For free, i'm not complaining.

Go on at 9:30pm tonight and you should be able to watch the Rabbitohs or cowboys game.


I have SKY HD so will watch the Bunnies on TV, but your site and the other one mentioned here will be good when I am overseas with no NRL.

Thanks guys.


Agreed.  I'll take the big picture in 1920x1080 and happily pay for the privilege but sounds great for the sports/channels that dont make it to the parts of the world I'm in. 

Much appreciated.

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