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Rugby League Broadcast: May 25 – May 31

Rugby League returns to the TV screens this weekend with beIN Sports (on Canal+) and Sky Pacific to broadcast four games across the territories of New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Wallis & Futuna and the Solomon Islands.

The action kicks off on Thursday between the Brisbane Broncos and Parramatta Eels, before Foundation clubs, the Sydney Roosters and South Sydney Rabbitohs go head to head on Friday.

Thursday 28 2020
Brisbane Broncos v Parramatta Eels
The Brisbane Broncos will seek revenge for last year’s loss against the Eels when the two teams meet to kick off Round Three of the NRL Premiership.

New Caledonia : 20:45 beIN Sports 2 (Canal+)
Vanuatu: 20:45 beIN Sports 2 (Canal+) & Sky Pacific
Wallis and Futuna : 20:45 beIN Sport 2 (Canal+)
Solomon Islands: 20:45 Sky Pacific

Friday 29 May 2020
Sydney Roosters v South Sydney Rabbitohs
Foundation clubs, the Sydney Roosters and South Sydney Rabbitohs, will continue their 112 rivalry when they go head to head on Friday night.

New Caledonia : 21:00 beIN Sports 2 (Canal+)
Vanuatu: 21:00 beIN Sports 2 (Canal+) & Sky Pacific
Wallis and Futuna : 21:00 beIN Sport 2 (Canal+)
Solomon Islands: 21:00 Sky Pacific

Saturday 30 May 2020
Melbourne Storm v Canberra Raiders
The rivalry continues on Saturday when the NRL’s most successful team, the Melbourne Storm, face their traditional bogey team, the Canberra Raiders.

New Caledonia : 20:30 beIN Sports 2 (Canal+)
Vanuatu: 20:30 beIN Sports 2 (Canal+) & Sky Pacific
Wallis and Futuna : 20:30 beIN Sport 2 (Canal+)
Solomon Islands : 20:30 Sky Pacific

Sunday 31 May 2020
Penrith Panthers v Newcastle Knights
Both currently undefeated, the Panthers and Knights were two of the form teams in the competition before the season took a break.

New Caledonia : 21:00 beIN Sports 2 (Canal+)
Vanuatu: 21:00 beIN Sports 2 (Canal+) & Sky Digital
Wallis and Futuna : 21:00 beIN Sport 2 (Canal+)
Solomon Islands : 17:00 Sky Pacific