SEN launches two more SENTrack stations in Kingaroy and Griffith
The Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) now has 13 SENTrack stations in its stable, with Kingaroy 96.3 FM and Griffith 90.3 FM launching on Easter Sunday.
Listeners to the stations will hear the closing day of the Longines Golden Slipper Carnival – Stakes Day at Rosehill Gardens. From there, they will get live action from The Championships at Royal Randwick on April 10 and 17, as well as syndicated programming from within the network.
Andrew Bensley will run from 8:30am to 11am on Monday to Thursday, and Joel Caine and Bryan Fletcher will be on from 5pm to 6pm. Sportsday with Gary Belcher and Scott Sattler will follow, wrapping up the day in sport.
Griffith listeners will also hear Andrew Voss each morning, and the Best of Matty Johns from 12pm to 1pm each Friday.
In Queensland’s Kingaroy, former Test cricketer Ian Healy and veteran sports journalist Pat Welsh will provide a local lead into the day of sport via Breakfast with Pat & Heals.
Six-time Group 1 winning jockey David Taggart will host Trackside in the afternoons, while Saturday’s edition of the program will have Simon O’Donnell, Taggart and team.
SEN CEO Craig Hutchison said since its launch just over one year ago, SENTrack had established a community of fun and fan engagement around the country.
“Both regions are proud and passionate about their sport so we look forward to offering audiences more sport and racing than they have had access to in the past – through the eyes of sporting legends across all codes – and of course through the eyes of local listeners who will make the discussion all the richer,” he said.