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toby lerone 2016462 posts since 13 Jul 2016
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BBC Scotland, BBC Wales & BBC Northern Ireland have teamed up to gain highlights rights to the Pro14. BBC Wales will show highlights on their Scrum V programme on Sunday nights and a highlights programme will be shown on Monday nights at various times on BBC Scotland, BBC Wales & BBC NI with highlights from every match.

The first week programme is on at 7pm on BBC Scotland Channel and at 11.15pm on BBC 2 Wales & BBC 2 NI although will be available on the BBC I player at 7pm.

See more at:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/50339697
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Hatton Cross3,313 posts since 4 Jan 2003
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From the few minutes of coverage (via ESPN West Indies) I saw of the Super 50 game a couple of nights ago on BT Sport 3 (IIRC) - The 50 in the title must refer to both the number of overs per side - and the actual attendance.

Still, a nice bottom third score graphic by ESPN.
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BM111,163 posts since 2 Jun 2017
London London
Euro 2020 coverage will need a ref on each match to handle VAR which will be the main issue of the British coverage ( as the Premier league may have voted to scrap it by then.).

What’s the news here?

The BBC didn't use a REF in their coverage of the World cup but one is needed for euro 2020.
tightrope781,119 posts since 29 Dec 2005
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Euro 2020 coverage will need a ref on each match to handle VAR which will be the main issue of the British coverage ( as the Premier league may have voted to scrap it by then.).

What’s the news here?

The BBC didn't use a REF in their coverage of the World cup but one is needed for euro 2020.

Spill the tea! I’ve still no idea what you’re trying to get at! Stop talking in riddles to make yourself sound self important!
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BM111,163 posts since 2 Jun 2017
London London
What’s the news here?

The BBC didn't use a REF in their coverage of the World cup but one is needed for euro 2020.

Spill the tea! I’ve still no idea what you’re trying to get at! Stop talking in riddles to make yourself sound self important!

ITV had a ref as part of their coverage of some but not all matches. The BBC didnt but really do need one for Euro 2020.
Brekkie32,258 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
Euro 2020 coverage will need a ref on each match to handle VAR which will be the main issue of the British coverage ( as the Premier league may have voted to scrap it by then.).

What’s the news here?

The BBC didn't use a REF in their coverage of the World cup but one is needed for euro 2020.

But if the BBC criticise UEFA's use of VAR then UEFA might ban the BBC from ever showing football ever again and the BBC will have to close down.
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