International Rules on 7mate: Australia’s Indigenous All Stars set to battle Ireland

Yahoo!7 October 16, 2013, 10:40 am

The landmark two-test International Rules series between the Indigenous All-Stars team representing Australia and hosts Ireland will be telecast exclusively on 7mate.

Host broadcaster TG4 Ireland is providing the coverage, with match commentary by Ger Canning, the legendary Irish sports broadcaster.

In the first test, to be held at Breffni Park in Cavan, Chris Johnson, the former Brisbane Lions player, will provide expert comments, with Swans’ star Adam Goodes fulfilling the role for the second test at Croke Park in Dublin.

Coached by former Sydney Swans great Michael O’Loughlin, Australia’s Indigenous team features stars of the AFL including Lance Franklin, Daniel Wells, Steven Motlop, Eddie Betts, Lewis Jetta, Lindsay Thomas and Aaron Davey.

International Rules is a hybrid AFL- Gaelic Football sport contested by Australian and Ireland. Ireland won the last series, held in Australia in 2011, 2-0.


Broadcast details

First Test: Ireland v Australia, Breffni Park, Cavan

Coverage starts on Sunday October 20 at 6.30am AEDT on 7mate

Second Test: Ireland v Australia, Croke Park, Dublin

Coverage starts on Sunday October 27 at 6.30am AEDT on 7mate

Please note: both matches will also be replayed later on Sunday afternoon on 7mate. Check local guides for details.

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6 Comments

  1. Dumbanthony12:41pm Thursday 17th October 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Boy anthonyidiot you really are stupid. Gaelic football is soccer you moron. How could you not know this

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  2. Anthonyidiot12:36pm Thursday 17th October 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Im so confused. I thought gaelic football was a game for gays. How dumb can I get

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  3. 09:06am Thursday 17th October 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Perhaps the indigenous players, who are the founders of this bogan sport, can do a better job than the convicts that go to Ireland and smashed at their own game. Up there cazaly

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  4. PORKY PIG08:14am Thursday 17th October 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Nobody gives a toss about the stupid pretend "International Rules" game...It's just a way for the pathetic AFL to make them feel like they are playing in an international sport...keeping in mind that Australian Football is the only sport in the world that is not played on the world stage...It's just a "jolly" for the skinny little Aussie Rules players and an excuse for that Irish twit that coaches(?) them can get home to see his beloved IRA.

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  5. Frank06:09am Thursday 17th October 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Pity to get such anti sport comments. Gaelic football has a long history and now has the chance to perform against a great sporting nation. The competition is about having the opportunity to perform at the highest level. What does it matter if the rules are amended it is the competition and spectacle that counts.

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  6. SIR AMENHOTEP III03:15pm Wednesday 16th October 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Who really gives a toss about the Australian "Apartheid" team and their holiday jaunt to Ireland. The hybrid game is a joke, as a matter of fact its nearly as boring as silly sooky soccer and Thugby League.

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