There has been a lot of press this week about the A-League grand final being played at Melbourne’s 30,050 seat AAMI Park as opposed to the 53,355 seat capacity Etihad Stadium. Football Federation Australia (FFA) would prefer the game to be played at Etihad but the AFL’s deal with the stadium meant it had already… Continue reading A-league still has a way to go
The 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup begins this Saturday with co-hosts New Zealand taking on Sri Lanka in Christchurch. Later on Saturday the tournament gets underway in Australia with the Aussies lining up against the old enemy England at the mighty Melbourne Cricket Ground. The tournament will see 14 teams play a total of 49… Continue reading Broadcast Guide: 2015 Cricket World Cup
While the 2015 World Cup is only 6 days away, Australian fans have been dealt a blow with no Australian TV broadcaster covering the first World Cup warm-up match between co-hosts Australia and defending champions India. FOUR! What a start from Warner first ball! No TV coverage in Aus unfortunately so follow the match live… Continue reading No Australian TV broadcaster for Australia v India World Cup warm-up match
The Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes Series started in Perth today. The unique series format sees the Southern Stars compete against the English women in one test match, three ODIs and three T20s, where each match is worth points (e.g. winning the Test Match is worth 6 points) and the team with the most points (ie.… Continue reading Where to watch the Women’s Ashes!
The fist event for 2012 on the UCI World Tour starts this Sunday in South Australia with the Santos Tour Down Under. As reported earlier by Frost Global the broadcast rights for the 2012 event were awarded to the Nine Network after SBS had previously broadcast the event. We noted in our earlier article that the press… Continue reading Nine’s 2012 Santos Tour Down Under broadcast schedule released