England in SA

Final Bok-Eng Test on e.tv

2012-06-20 18:27
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Johannesburg - A delayed broadcast of the third rugby Test between South Africa and England on Saturday will be screened by free-to-air channel e.tv.

SuperSport and e.tv said the broadcast of the match, at the Nelson Mandela Stadium in Port Elizabeth, would take place under a once-off agreement.

Group head of e.tv channels, Monde Twala, said: "We are pleased to be working with Supersport again and are grateful to have concluded this agreement."

The match will be broadcast live on SuperSport 1 and HD1 from 17:00, on SS4 at 18:45, and on e.tv from 22:00.

This comes after an agreemant was also reached last week to screen the second Test in Johannesburg.

The Springboks lead the three-match series 2-0.

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