Anzac Day match on Fox Sports and Seven

Anzac Day weekend matches on Fox Sports and Seven

•  Anzac Day weekend on Fox Sports

Fox Sports will showcase the many tributes from at home and across the Tasman as the two rival rugby nations remember those who have fallen in the name of their country across the weekend of Super Rugby action.

Four key matches highlight the weekend action in Australia and New Zealand, three of which feature trans-Tasman battles and another that will take centre stage at ANZ Stadium in Sydney on Anzac Day.

Friday 24 April
Chiefs v Force Live 5.20pm FOX SPORTS 502
Brumbies v Highlanders Live 7.30pm FOX SPORTS 502

Saturday 25 April
Crusaders v Blues Live 5.20pm FOX SPORTS 502
Waratahs v Rebels Live 7.30pm FOX SPORTS 502

Sunday 26 April
Reds v Hurricanes Live 3.30pm FOX SPORTS 502

The traditional Anzac Day Essendon and Collingwood blockbuster will be live nationally on Seven from the MCG tomorrow.

Essendon legend Kevin Sheedy and Hawks coach Alastair Clarkson join Seven in the pre-game build-up to tell us what Anzac Day means to them, along with injured Magpie Steele Sidebottom.

Neil Kearney will report on the “Changi Brownlow”, an award for the fairest and best player in the Changi POW camp in Singapore.

The broadcast will also reflect on the tragic losses endured by former VFL club University and WAFL clubs North Fremantle and Midland Junction, who were decimated by the horrific casualties during WWI.

On Saturday Night Footy, Seven has the 2014 Preliminary Final re-match as the reigning premiers Hawthorn travel to Adelaide Oval to battle the Power. Seven will cross to Luke Darcy and Mick Molloy at Gallipoli along with the ANZAC Day observance ceremony at the ground.


• Seven to air traditional Anzac Day Essendon and Collingwood

The traditional Anzac Day Essendon and Collingwood blockbuster will be live nationally on Seven from the MCG tomorrow.

Essendon legend Kevin Sheedy and Hawks coach Alastair Clarkson join Seven in the pre-game build-up to tell us what Anzac Day means to them, along with injured Magpie Steele Sidebottom.

Neil Kearney will report on the “Changi Brownlow”, an award for the fairest and best player in the Changi POW camp in Singapore.

The broadcast will also reflect on the tragic losses endured by former VFL club University and WAFL clubs North Fremantle and Midland Junction, who were decimated by the horrific casualties during WWI.

On Saturday Night Footy, Seven has the 2014 Preliminary Final re-match as the reigning premiers Hawthorn travel to Adelaide Oval to battle the Power. Seven will cross to Luke Darcy and Mick Molloy at Gallipoli along with the ANZAC Day observance ceremony at the ground.

 

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