CRL PARTNER WITH BAR TV FOR AAMII COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS

Country Rugby League fans across New South Wales can support their regions quest for success this season, with the AAMI CRL Country Championships Senior Semi-Finals and Finals to be live streamed through BarTV Sports.

BarTV Sports will provide live coverage of the Senior Semi-Finals on Saturday, June 13 (venue TBA) and U16s, U18s, Tier One and Tier Two Finals on Saturday, June 20 in Mudgee.

Country Rugby League CEO Terry Quinn believes this a great opportunity for Rugby League fans across New South Wales.

“We’re very proud to be able to bring the AAMI Country Championship Semi-Finals and Finals to Rugby League fans throughout the state in conjunction with BarTV Sports,” said Quinn.

The AAMI Country Championships are one of our major events each year and to be able to showcase these to a live audience is a great result for Country Rugby League.

“BarTV Sports have had a long association with the Newcastle Rugby League and we look forward to them replicating their success with us this season.

“We encourage those who can’t make it to the games to tune in to the action on BarTV Sports to see the best country players from across New South Wales in action.”

BarTV Sports Executive Producer Peter Jolly said he was excited at the prospect of bringing the AAMI Country Championships to a live audience.

“I want to pay tribute to Terry Quinn and his hard-working team for their tireless work throughout this negotiation process,” said Jolly.

“On behalf of BarTV Sports, we’re really excited to partner with the Country Rugby League for this event as grass roots Rugby League has always been a big part of BarTV’s digital heritage.

“I’m looking forward to calling the AAMI Country Championships and it’s exciting for fans to now be able to watch the best country players come together from various competitions across the state.”




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