SEN’s cricket coverage rolls on for ODI series 

Cricket fever continues into the warmer months, and Sports Entertainment Network’s (SEN) coverage rolls on this Thursday for the first One Day International featuring Australia and England. 

Gerald Whateley is joining Damian Fleming and cricket journalist Adam Collins to call all the action.

Simon O’DonnellBharat SundaresanChris Rogers and Stephen O’Keefe round out the broadcast team across the three-game series. 

Listeners around the country can hear coverage of the series across the SEN airwaves or streamed via the SEN app.  

SEN Chief Sports Caller Gerard Whateley said the series is a critical part of an intriguing summer schedule for cricket.

“With the T20 World Cup completed, Australia immediately turns its attention to preparations for next year’s 50 over World Cup,” said Whateley.

“There will be intense interest as Pat Cummins takes the captaincy, Travis Head gets the first opportunity at the top of the order and the jostling for positions right through the order.”

“England has the best white ball program in cricket and the trophies to prove it, so the testing ground is fierce for Australia, and we’re excited to see it all unfold with an audience right in the groove of cricket already.”

SEN National Radio Director Sam Thompson said SEN is looking forward to continuing the cricket coverage across the network. 

“On the back of a thrilling Men’s T20 World Cup, we’re excited to bring more ball-by-ball coverage to our listeners as the summer of cricket begins to heat up,” said Thompson.

“This will be a fascinating series, and we have the best-in-class call team, led by Gerard Whateley, to give listeners expert insights and analysis that you won’t find anywhere else.”

SEN’s coverage of Australia versus England One Day International Series commences this Thursday from 2pm AEDT across the SEN airwaves and SEN app.

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