SEN broadcasts World Cup Cricket finals series


As the 2023 Men’s Cricket World Cup reaches its pinnacle, SEN will provide ball-by-ball coverage of every moment of the finals.

Matches will be broadcast across the entire SEN network and streamed via the SEN App.

The action gets underway tonight with the first semi-final, pitting the undefeated India against New Zealand.

SEN’s dual broadcast across New Zealand will see that every moment is captured, with expert commentary from Daniel McHardy, former Black Cap Grant Elliot, and acclaimed cricket writer Bharat Sundaresan.

Tomorrow night sees the second semi-final showdown between Australia and South Africa.

Spearheading the broadcast are SEN’s chief sports caller Gerard Whateley, along with Damien Fleming, Bryce McGain, Adam White and Bharat Sundaresan.

 SEN Director of Sport Julian Bayard says “Sharing these moments with fans across our network demonstrates our commitment to being the Home of Sport.”

“It is an honour to lead such an extraordinary team dedicated to delivering top-notch commentary.”

SEN’s coverage of the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Finals is available across the entire SEN network and SEN App, including SEN 1116am (Melbourne), SEN 1170am (Sydney), SENQ 693am (Brisbane), SEN 1629am (Adelaide) and SEN Tassie 1629am (Hobart).

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Jason, Andrew Toppin from Mubarek Victoria
15 Nov 2023 - 8:18 pm

The article forgot to mention Tom Bartlett as part of the SENZ commentary team he came from NZEM where he did cricket for them for some years. He was then very harshly treated. Nothing more needs to be said.


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