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    1. Pomoz
      Pomoz
      Here you go. Try this if you can't get hold of sky when you are in the UK. You can watch just about anything on this. www.nospam14oc.co/sports/rugby.html. I have watched my beloved Liverpool when I have been travelling using this. I have only had to use it once for a Penrith Game. Not as good as watching cable, but good enough. I stream it to my TV screen from my Mac using Apple TV. You will have to put up with lost of popups, just ignore them and click on full screen icon, the popups disappear.
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    From the past to the present.
    From the old leagues club in Station Street and the chocolate soldier era.
    From Terry Wickey thru to Preston Campbell.
    The memories of seasons gone by make winning today all the more special.