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Games are generally played on Saturdays and Sundays, although a handful are played on Friday evenings before NRL games. How to watch the New South Wales Cup on TV in Australia From the end of the NRLW regular season, Fox Sports will generally broadcast one game per week on a Saturday afternoon. Fox Sports can be found at Fox League on Foxtel, which is located at Channel 502. How to live stream the New South Wales Cup online in Australia If you're looking to live stream the New South Wales Cup, then there is a guarantee of one game per week being shown through the NSWRL Facebook page on their platform, NSWRLTV. This information is generally updated on the Thursday or Friday before each round and will be reflected in the below table of matches once confirmed each week.
NSW Cup live stream: How to watch the New South Wales Cup, full fixtures, TV guideThe 2022 New South Wales Cup season will be played between Saturday, March 12, and Sunday, September 25, when it concludes with the NSW Cup Grand Final. Only select games are live streamed or broadcast in the reserve grade competition, so this is your full guide to every game that will be available to watch. This is also where you'll find each week's fixtures, with many games played as double-headers with NRL games. The last two seasons have seen the New South Wales Cup abandoned due to the coronavirus, with hopes a full season will be able to be completed in 2022. Most weeks will see six games played between 12 games, with the Canterbury Bulldogs, St George Illawarra Dragons, Parramatta Eels, Newcastle Knights, Penrith Panthers, South Sydney Rabbitohs and Canberra Raiders fielding their own teams, while the North Sydney Bears, Newtown Jets, Western Suburbs Magpies, Mounties and Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles act as feeder teams to the Sydney Roosters, Cronulla Sharks, Wests Tigers, Canterbury Bulldogs and Manly Sea Eagles respectively.
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