Internationals 2006 TRI NATION SCHEDULE 3 Games in NZ

BigD_old

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Here They are......

Tri-Nations rugby league draw 2006:

Oct 14: New Zealand v Australia (Ericsson Stadium, Auckland)
Oct 21: Australia v New Zealand (Melbourne)
Oct 28: New Zealand v Great Britain (Jade Stadium, Christchurch)

Nov 4: Australia v Great Britain (Sydney)
Nov 11: Great Britain v New Zealand (Westpac Stadium, Wellington)
Nov 18: Great Britain v Australia (Brisbane)
Nov 25: FINAL (Australia, venue tbc)
 

Jesbass_old

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Wow, great to see, but a bit tough on Great Britain with all of their matches in the country that their opposition comes from.
 

*Kimmy*_old

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Hmm..does anyone know when the ticket prices shall be released??..or is it like the nrl..its different for every stadium??

Im thinkin of gettin my mum to take me to the game at jade for ma bday(tis on october 4)...*ponders*
 

*Kimmy*_old

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Hmm thought this should go in here :

05/04/2006
NewstalkZB
The ARL is livid that the draw for this year's Rugby League tri series has been leaked - hours before the official launch in Sydney on Wednesday afternoon.

The draw, which sees Australia open the competition against the Kiwis in Auckland on October 14, was leaked to British media on Tuesday night, prompting the NZRL to comment on Wednesday morning.

The Kiwis will play Great Britain in Christchurch on October 28 and Wellington on November 11 with the away match against the Kangaroos scheduled for Melbourne's Telstra Dome.

NZRL CEO Selwyn Pearson says it is great they are taking test matches outside of Auckland.

Pearson says it is 10 years since they have had a test match in Christchurch and that has to be good for promoting the game.

The final is scheduled for Sydney on November 25.
 

warriors4life_old

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Great to see that the Poms can finally come play us over here on our turf. No English commentators!!!
 

tmaster_old

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I think the Poms are going to get dusted by both teams down these ways. I do think they have got some good players but with no support and apparntley they ain't going to get no favours from the NZRL when they are in Aotearoa due to the crap treatment the Kiwi's got last year they will struggle.

Funny enough I thought that seeing them starting to win a few is good for the intyernational game as too the Kiwi's winning it all and the Auzzies loosing for once. But all in all it's going to be a two horse race and I know that's a pretty bold statement considering it's still 6 months away.
 

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