The Rugby World Cup 2019 will happen in Japan from Friday 20 September to Saturday 2 November. the Network 10 will be helming the coverage 10 of the best games from the tournament. That will include every Wallabies professional RWC game including the final.
Gordon Bray, as we know him from The Voice of Rugby, will lead Network 10 to cover the big event RWC 2019 live. He will host the show alongside with the former wallaby and 1999 Rugby World Cup Champion Matt Burke, Roz Kelly, and Scott Mackinnon.
Matt White, the Network’s 10 chief stated that the team were proud of the historical moment in the 10 Sport and can’t wait to actualize the new mission of the coverage in the Rugby World Cup in Japan. The “Voice of Rugby” brings Gordon Bray and his team to cover all the wallabies moments.
Meanwhile, the news, highlights, and spectacular moments are also available. Scott Mackinnon and Roz Kelly will be reporting all the news to the world across all of the Network 10 platform. It is indeed great news for the RWC viewers around Australia since you will keep posted with the news and relatable content of the RWC 2019. if you are following wallabies, Network 10 is also a great channel to tune into.
The key members of the Network 10 commentators are:
- Gordon Bray AM
- Matt Burke
- Scott Mackinnon
- Roz Kelly
as we know, the date of RWC 2019 is just around the corner. It will offer the big opportunity to Australian viewers to witness the big matches.
The upcoming RWC 2019 will make Australian folks proud since they can add another chapter with the professional coverage of the upcoming Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan.
Gordon Bray is renowned because of the Voice of Rugby. He will bring the experience and knowledge in the game. Meanwhile, Matt Burke has been on the field. He will manage to give such insights that the audiences need to comprehend. Burkey, on the other hand, can provide the insights that someone who ever won the Cup. From the different perspectives, the commentary will be fun and astonishing.
Network 10 will be covering live from Japan the whole tournament. So, you won’t need to worry. Network 10 will be broadcasting 10 of the best games from the tournament including every Wallabies game. That includes the final as well. If you are rooting for Wallabies team, don’t forget to tune into the channel.
Info Source: Mediaweek