A TYNEDALE business is providing a unique experience at the upcoming Six Nations tournament.

Corbridge-based Sky High Sports has teamed up with Rugby Bash, a hospitality firm ran by former Harlequins and Scotland winger Tim Visser, to provide two high profile world rugby stars to host one game via live stream.

Visser, who spent time at Tynedale RFC while registered with Newcastle Falcons, will team up with England legend Chris Robshaw to live host the crunch Calcutta Cup clash between England and Scotland on February 6.

Johnnie Beattie and Jamie Roberts will do the honours for the Wales v Ireland game the following weekend, and then Gareth Anscombe and Mike Brown for the Wales and England clash on February 27.

Nick Easter and Benjamin Kayser will host the England and France game the following weekend, with Danny Care and Ian Madigan bringing things to a close for the Ireland and England fixture on the final weekend of the tournament.

Viewers will sign into the Exclusive YouTube broadcast channel from their homes and enjoy an interactive experience with unrivalled access to the stars.

From the moment they sign in, they will get the opportunity to have an 'audience with' the rugby players, getting the chance to ask questions, join in a discussion and witness first hand expert analysis from the hosts.

To add to the matchday experience, Sky High Sports and Rugby Bash will provide a gift pack of drinks, snacks and merchandise ahead of the games.

The Sky High Sports brand is centred around travel and rugby tours, however business has been disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The new live stream idea is a new one for the company, owned by former Tynedale player Richie Gledson, which allows the firm to engage with customers and provide a service while travel is not allowed.

This new venture is one of many Sky High Sports has added to its portfolio recently.