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ANOTHER SMASHING SKY SPORT SUMMER OF CRICKET
Just like you, we’re fanatical about cricket! From the Burger King Super Smash to the BLACKCAPS v India, SKY Sport has you covered like sunblock this summer.
SKY SPORT SERVES UP ANOTHER ACE SUMMER OF TENNIS
Just like you, we’re fanatical about TENNIS! From the ASB Classic to the Australian Open, SKY Sport will be serving up another ace summer of tennis from both sides of the Tasman in 2019
This Week On SKY Sport
It’s beginning to look a lot like… SUMMER! This week on SKY Sport there is a distinctly summery feel with plenty of cricket, rugby sevens and tennis all lined up on SKY Sport!
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This Month On SKY Sport
There is a lot to look forward to this December on SKY Sport with a tonne of cricket and rugby sevens (and a whole lot more) on the way.
Fine Finish For The All Blacks!
With a number of front liners absent, and coming at the end of an exhausting programme, the All Blacks did all that could be reasonably expected of them writes Tony Johnson.
SKY SPORT EXTENDS AUSTRALIAN OPEN DEAL PAST 30 YEARS
SKY Sport is excited to announce that it has signed a three year extension and expansion of its broadcast relationship with Tennis Australia through to 2021 to broadcast the Australian Open.
NO NEED TO PANIC!
The manner in which the All Blacks were out-thought and outplayed has left the staff with a growing things-to-do list, and New Zealand’s stranglehold on the World No.1 ranking under serious threat for the first time since 2009 writes SKY Sport rugby expert Tony Johnson.
SKY SPORT CUSTOMERS SCORE WITH INCREASED FOOTBALL COVERAGE
SKY Sport is excited to announce that it has scored the exclusive broadcast rights for the FA Cup for the next three years, the UEFA Nations League (including UEFA international friendlies) for the 2018/19 and 2020/21 seasons and broadcast rights to UEFA Euro 2020.