Post by seenitallbefore on Aug 18, 2013 9:47:33 GMT
Try www.firstrownow.eu. Go to other sports and then other sports again. It will be listed as national football league with the irish flag in front of it. Also they have the minor match. If that fails try googling wiz- wig streaming or cric free streaming.
Yes there is Squirrel.I live in New York and subscribe to Overplay.Net $10.00 per month and the best investment I ever made plus go to AERTV and click on your channel and away you go.All games are clear as if I was back viewing them in Bally and no need to go into a pub at an unearthly hour watching a match with a bunch of drunks that are still out partying from the night before.Well you get the picture.Get back to me if you need guidance,happy to help.
Use Chrome as your browser, or Torch which is a Chrome knock-off. Download an add-on for Chrome call Hola-Unblocker..... completely free. Install that add-on (takes literally seconds). Then go look for "scripts" for RTE/ireland (or BBC or any other geoblocked website if you want to visit those).... you can find some here.... www.facebook.com/HolaUnblockerScripts Open the Hola add in Chrome and paste the script in, and Bob's your uncle.
I'm watching the Sunday Game right now using Hola Unblocker on the Torch browser.
Last Edit: Aug 18, 2013 21:43:15 GMT by drumbiggle
RTE player comes with two versions, Irish and International. The Irish version of RTE Player offers a much better alternative of content but it is accessible only inside Ireland. Irish version is more comprehensive in terms of TV content. The problem is Irish RTE player requires Irish TV license that you can connect with Irish IP. Irish proxies fail to connect with RTE layer, many VPN provider also failed to provide compatibility with RTE. Only few have compatibility with RTE Irish version in which PureVPN hold the winner position. If you want to gain the best RTE player experience try PureVPN. www.purevpn.com/order/