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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    Spark Sport signs six-year deal to cover all New Zealand Cricket's international and domestic games

    Spark Sport have opened their wallet and forked out for a six-year deal to cover all New Zealand Cricket's international and domestic games at home


    The current deal with Sky Sport runs until the end of next season.

    NZC chief executive David White says Sky's been a "reliable" partner, but they wanted to future proof the sport through more accessibility.

    Test the best combo or continue to use the squad?

    That's one question the All Black selectors will have asked before choosing their team for the final pool game at Rugby World Cup 2019 against Italy.

    The team is named at 3-30.

    New coach Ufuk Talay is happy for Wellington Phoenix fans to boo his predecessor Mark Rudan , when the pair face off from opposing benches this weekend.

    But only if they do it the right way.

    Talay takes charge of an A-League football team for the first time on Sunday as his new-look Nix begin their campaign.

    Talay and Rudan are friends and former Sydney FC teammates.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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