Broadcast times for all Junior RWC finals matches

Three weeks of supreme junior rugby will culminate with the “battle of the babies” as the South African under-20s look to halt the Baby Blacks’ four-year junior rugby dominance in the showpiece match of the 2012 IRB Junior World Championship on Friday evening.


The match is exclusively live on SuperSport and in High Definition.

New Zealand steamrolled all before them in the last four editions of the championship but could find the going a lot tougher this time, contesting the final against the host nation for the first time.

The final will be preceded by five playoff matches.

SuperSport is the host broadcaster of the 2012 IRB Junior World Championships.

Broadcast details

9th Place Playoff – Scotland vs. Samoa

SSHD2, SS5 (11.45am)

11th Place Playoff – Italy vs. Fiji

SSHD2, SS5, (2pm)

5th Place Playoff – Ireland vs. France

SSHD1, SS1 (2pm)

7th Place Playoff – England vs. Australia

SSHD2, SS5 (4.15pm)

3rd Place Playoff – Argentina vs. Wales

SSHD1, SS1 (4.15pm)

Final – South Africa vs. New Zealand

SSHD1, SS1 (6.30pm)

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    June 21, 2012 at 2:04 pm

    Would it not have been better to have this on a Sunday arvo?

  2. DavidS


    June 21, 2012 at 5:33 pm

    Then the Islanders, Afrikaners and Kiwis would have refused to play for religious reasons…

  3. DavidS


    June 21, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    Probably the Cape Spanish too, as although they support the All Blacks they are a pretty religious bunch too.

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    June 21, 2012 at 5:54 pm

    More than 30 000 tickets have been sold for the Junior World Championship final at Newlands – 8000 more than the previous record.
    Reason for playing on a Friday night,
    although it’s going to be cold and wet.

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    June 21, 2012 at 5:57 pm


    Complainants W Botha and Hoërskool Alberton contended that a Jacaranda presenter had, during a broadcast, referred to a school rugby team from Alberton as “gomgatte”.
    (country bumpkins, or louts).

    Their complaint was dismissed by the commission’s tribunal, which found the comment was not defamatory.

    Presenter Rian van Heerden had commented on the head-butting of a referee by a player after a rugby match between Hoërskool Hans Strijdom and Hoërskool Alberton.

    “Rian commented that he did not expect such action from a player from Hans Strijdom, but rather from a player from Alberton,” the complaint read.

    Later in the programme he said: “Net gomgatte stamp met die kop” (only louts practice head-butting). Tribunal chairman Kobus van Rooyen found that the statements did not defame Alberton schoolboys.
    And calling them “knopgatte”?

  6. DavidS


    June 21, 2012 at 9:14 pm

    Fok hom…

    Ek moer hom

    Dis my ou alma mater wat hy so beledig…


    Hoërskool Alberton rocks!


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