There's plenty tomorrow to watch for the dedicated armchair viewer, starting at 3.00 am with the opening games of the Pacific Nations Cup when Fiji take on Samoa and later the New Zealand Maoris entertain Tonga.
That sounds an exotic entree exciting the taste buds for an early breakfast serving of New Zealand probably having Ireland on toast at 8.35 am on SKY TV.
If you can fit in a bit of the Test match from Trent Bridge from 11.00am until lunch, then at 2pm South Africa will no doubt wolf down a nice tasty Welsh Rarebit and at tea time the dedicated sports addict can cram in the opening game of the European Nations Wendyball match between Cuckoo clock making, peace loving Switzerland, the hosts and some other team could it be Austria? I'm not sure.
At 7pm, prop your eyes open for the start of the Churchill Cup first round when the English Saxons take on the USA and finally as a night cap to send you to bed there's Canada vs Bonny Scotland A.
How times have changed. Not so long ago the best you could hope for was a crackly radio report in the wee small hours listening to a transistor under the blankets from Dunedin. And thats not to mention the final stages of the French Top 14, but thats not on UK tv.
Or I could go over to Bath and watch a top of the table Western League Premier Division One cricket match against close rivals Frocester. A rich menu, if only one could find room to consume it all.
This web site www.liveonsat.com gives you all the eact details several weeks ahead.
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