SEN ready for Australia vs New Zealand cricket action

Considering how close we are to each other, it is a long time between series for Australia and New Zealand in the men’s cricket. With the first t20 commencing Wednesday February 22, 2024, The Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) is providing live coverage of the Trans-Tasman showdown, featuring two Tests and a further two T20s.

Leading the charge in the commentary box for the first Test will be 2023 ACRA Award winning SEN 1116 presenter Gerard Whateley and Ian Smith, the much loved New Zealand cricket broadcaster. Joining Whateley and Smith in the lineup are Adam Collins, Dan McHardy, Jeremy Coney, Grant Elliott, Chris Harris and Bharat Sundaresan. Coverage of the T20s will be led by Dan McHardy, Chris Harris and John Bracewell.

SEN Director of Sport, Julian Bayard, said:

“SEN’s commitment to live cricket has never been greater. We can’t wait to bring this enthralling series with a brilliant lineup of commentators and experts to our listeners. Our team, spearheaded by Gerard Whateley and Ian Smith, ensures fans will receive the best insights and analysis they crave, making SEN once again the go-to destination for live cricket coverage.”

The games will stream live across the entire SEN and SENZ radio network and the SEN App with the series kicking off in thrilling fashion with a high scoring game being won by Australia’s Tim David hitting a four last ball.

Separately The Herald Sun (subscription required) have suggested that Whateley is in the running to call the athletics at the Paris Olympics. Whateley would need to take three weeks off from his current commitments including SEN 1116, but it would include the bucket list moment of commentating the Mens 100m final.

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