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Topic # 180927 26-Sep-2015 17:13
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Is it just me or does anyone know of a link with a CLEAR summary of which matches are on telly and when?

I'm talking Freeview as I don't have (or want) Sky.

I just can't find a places that summaries only  the game time showings.

Anyone?

Thanks

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  Reply # 1394940 26-Sep-2015 17:17
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I found this site today. Can even incorporate into Google Calendar. 

http://calendar.rugbyworldcup.com/new-zealand?global=schedule&country=NZ


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  Reply # 1394942 26-Sep-2015 17:19
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Prime will carry Q Finals FTA from memory. 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1395053 26-Sep-2015 21:26
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Can someone who has done some research tell me - assuming ABs top their group, and keep winning the knockouts

When will they play QF (time, day)
SF
Final

I might need to take emergency leave!

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  Reply # 1395055 26-Sep-2015 21:34
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ABs are in Pool C (Pink):






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  Reply # 1395069 26-Sep-2015 22:15
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grant_k: ABs are in Pool C (Pink):



Thank you thank you thank you!
So I assume those are our local times, then no leave needed?

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  Reply # 1395073 26-Sep-2015 22:26
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joker97: So I assume those are our local times, then no leave needed?

Yep, local times according to NZDT.





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  Reply # 1395080 26-Sep-2015 22:51
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thanks again.

not applying for leave, but will need cellophane tapes to get the eyelids kept apart

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