Rugby League Four Nations on Nine (but not GEM)
Rugby League Four Nations Final is live in Sydney and Brissy on Saturday, meaning Hey Hey will be later in 2 cities.
Nine will play the 2010 Rugby League Four Nations Final live tomorrow night in Sydney and Brisbane.
Hey Hey it’s Saturday will air at 10:15pm in Sydney, 9:15pm in Brissy. It remains at 7:30pm in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
There are no simulcasts on digital channels.
The rugby was originally due to air on GEM, but was dumped for two movies. Neither is Hey Hey available to Sydney and Brissy viewers on either GO! or GEM.
Rugby League Four Nations will air at midnight in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
The simmering rivalry between Australia and New Zealand boils over when Channel Nine broadcasts the 2010 Rugby League Four Nations Final live on Saturday at 7.30pm.
After disposing of England and Papua New Guinea, Australia and New Zealand return to the scene of New Zealand’s greatest victory – the 2008 Rugby League World Cup – when they meet in the Four Nations Final at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium.
The Kangaroos are on track to win the tournament for the second consecutive year after defeating New Zealand 34-20 last weekend.
Will the return of Kangaroos skipper Darren Lockyer be enough to continue Australia’s domination of the Four Nations series, or can the classy skills of New Zealand captain Benji Marshall give the reigning world champions the Four Nations trophy they hunger for?
The voice of rugby league, Ray Warren, will lead Nine’s expert commentary team along with Peter Sterling, Phil Gould, Wally Lewis, Andrew Johns and Andrew Voss.
Nine will also broadcast the pre-match entertainment, featuring ARIA nominee Amy Meredith showcasing their new single Faded White Dress in a world exclusive television performance and Deadly Award winner Busby Marou doing their special rendition of a Crowded House favourite before the match gets underway.