Supersport is set to broadcast live games involving Zimbabwe’s Gems at the 2019 Netball World Cup to be held in Liverpool, England.
Liz Dziva, publicity and public relations manager of MultiChoice Zimbabwe said:
We are excited by the Gems’ involvement and I am sure all Zimbabweans will be keen to see how they get on in Liverpool, where the tournament starts next week.
This will be the first time every match can be seen live through the World of Champions and is in recognition of the growing importance of netball in the sporting arena.
SuperSport’s multi-platform offering will also include coverage on DStv Catch Up, DStv Now, supersport.com, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram.
Broadcast details for the first three days:
July 12: New Zealand vs Malawi (SS9, 9.45am)
July 12: Barbados vs Singapore (SS10, 10.45am)
July 12: Australia vs Northern Ireland (SS9, 11.45am)
July 12: Zimbabwe vs Sri Lanka (SS10, 12.05pm)
July 12: Opening Ceremony (SS9, 4 pm)
July 12: Jamaica vs Fiji (SS9, 5.30pm)
July 12: South Africa vs Trinidad and Tobago (SS10, 6.05pm)
July 12: England vs Uganda (SS9, 7.45pm)
July 12: Scotland vs Samoa (SS10, 8.05pm)
July 13: Australia vs Zimbabwe (SS9, 9.45am)
July 13: Northern Ireland vs Sri Lanka (SS10, 10.05am)
July 13: New Zealand vs Barbados (SS9, 11.45am)
July 13: Malawi vs Singapore (SS10, 12.05pm)
July 13: England vs Scotland (SS9, 3.45pm)
July 13: Uganda vs Samoa (SS10, 4.05pm)
July 13: Jamaica vs Trinidad and Tobago (SS9, 5.45pm)
July 13: South Africa vs Fiji (SS10, 6.05pm)
July 14: New Zealand vs Singapore (SS9, 9.45am)
July 14: Malawi vs Barbados (SS10, 10.05am)
July 14: England vs Samoa (SS9, 11.45am)
July 14: Uganda vs Scotland (SS10, 12.05pm)
July 14: Australia vs Sri Lanka (SS9, 3.45pm)
July 14: Northern Ireland vs Zimbabwe (SS10, 4.05pm)
July 14: Jamaica vs South Africa (SS9, 5.45pm)
July 14: Trinidad and Tobago vs Fiji (SS10, 6.05pm)
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