SENTrack 91.9 FM launches in LaTrobe Valley

Staff Writer

Craig Hutchinson’s growing Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) launched its 12th SENTrack radio station today, with SENTrack 91.9 FM hitting the airwaves in LaTrobe Valley.
From Warragul through central Gippsland and past Traralgon, in the heart of the LaTrobe Valley, SENTrack 91.9 will “bring listeners the biggest names in sport”.

The station’s networked lineup includes Breakfast with Garry Lyon and Tim Watson, David Taggart in Afternoons, and Bob Murphy and Andy Maher for the drive home.

The long-running Sportsday with Gerard Healy and Sam McClure will also be heard from 6pm wrapping-up all the action from the day in sport until 7pm.
Hutchison, who himself was born and bred in Warragul, said he was thrilled to bring SEN to passionate LaTrobe Valley sports and racing fans.
“We are excited to launch SENTrack in the LaTrobe Valley which is a proud and passionate sporting region with many vibrant local racing clubs including the Moe Race Club, Warragul Greyhound and Harness Racing Clubs, as well as the Traralgon Race Club and Traralgon Greyhound Racing Club – due to re-open later this year,” Hutchison said.
“SENTrack 91.9 FM LaTrobe Valley will showcase sport and racing in all its forms through the eyes of sporting legends across all codes – and of course through the eyes of our passionate local listeners who will make the discussion all the richer.
“SENTrack has just turned one and established a community of fun and fan engagement around the country and we look forward to bringing that to the Valley.
“And with our very own Tim Watson a part time Valley resident, and Bob Murphy 
one of Warragul’s biggest ever sporting names, we look forward to providing content that brings us closer to the community.”

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