National League Rugby are delighted to announce we will be live streaming Rams RFC against Chinnor on Friday 17th December from 7:30pm. (Photo Credit: Skof Designs)
This initiative is being powered by NextGenXV, who are experts in the field of live streaming and they currently lead the way when it comes to covering Schools Rugby.
Like National League Rugby, they are keen to break new ground and the match will also be shown across their own website and social media platforms.
The support from NextGenXV, Rams RFC – in particular CEO Gary Reynolds – and Chinnor has helped us make this idea a reality and we are excited to continue increasing the profile of National League Rugby.
The buzz which has been generated by The National League Rugby Review Show has also accelerated the process of taking our coverage to the next level.
Whilst the live stream will be broadcast from Rams RFC on the 17th, Warren Muggleton will still be hot-footing it to Worthing Raiders to present the Review Show which will be available on the 19th of December.
“I want to congratulate you on the Review Show. It is a great concept and it is always a pleasure to watch National League Rugby.”
🏴 @EnglandRugby CEO Bill Sweeney
— National League Rugby (@Natleague_rugby) December 10, 2021
We are also pleased to announce the line-up of presenters, pundits and commentators for the live stream as National League Rugby aims to end 2021 in style.
The aforementioned Warren Muggleton will be the main face of the broadcast alongside leading freelance rugby journalist Joe Harvey, while our special guest pundit is the highly-rated Leeds Beckett University second-row John Okafor, who has a vast knowledge of our leagues.
NextGenXV’s co-founder and main commentator Angus Savage will call the action under the lights at Old Bath Road with Talking Rugby Union’s Chris Heal conducting interviews from pitchside throughout the evening.
Additional details about the coverage, including a link to the live stream itself, will be announced in due course.
Also, don’t forget about this weekend’s National League Rugby Review Show which features Hull v Fylde, Caldy v Rams RFC and Redruth v Dings Crusaders.