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Press Releases

6/24/2008

Iveco 2008 Series ends tomorrow

The final match in the Iveco Rugby Series, to be held at the AMI Stadium in Christchurch, the largest city on New Zealand’s South Island, is completely sold out.

The final match in the Iveco Rugby Series, to be held at the AMI Stadium in Christchurch, the largest city on New Zealand’s South Island, is completely sold out.

In competition for the Stralis Cup once again are the All Blacks and England, hoping to recover from their 37-20 defeat in Auckland last week. New Zealand coach, Graham Henry, originally from Christchurch himself, has put 5 new players in his squad following last Saturday’s match, providing the younger members of his team with some experience for future engagements, without losing sight of his objective to win another victory over the current vice-champions of the world.

The match with England will undoubtedly serve as preparation for the first match in the Tri Nations, the international tournament played entirely in the southern hemisphere, with New Zealand competing against Australia and South Africa. The All Blacks will be up against the Springboks - as current world champions South Africa are known - on July 5th in Wellington.

The New Zealand-England match, which also marks the end for Iveco’s 2008 commitment to the world of professional rugby from the southern hemisphere can be watched, as always, by Italian rugby fans live on Sky Italia. The event will be simultaneously broadcast by Iveco Rugby Radio, the first around-the-clock web radio programme dedicated to rugby, with music, regular features on rugby, its history and rules and information on Iveco products and initiatives.

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