Cricket’s best broadcast team to call all the Test action on SEN

The summer of cricket continues to heat up across Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) with the unveiling of the SEN Test Cricket broadcast team ahead of Australia’s Test Series against the visiting West Indian and South African squads.

Fresh off worldwide acclaim for his call of the Men’s T20 World Cup, SEN Chief Sports Caller Gerard Whateley will continue to lead the SEN Test Cricket team alongside the award-winning Adam Collins to form cricket’s most revered broadcasting duo.

The SEN Test Cricket team boasts six owners of the Baggy Green cap, headlined by two expert staples of SEN’s coverage, Simon Katch and Damien Fleming, who return for another summer of cutting-edge analysis and “bowlology gold”.

Victorian coach and former Australian opener Chris Rogers and former spinner Brad Hogg will add their expertise to the team, joining legendary wicketkeeper and SENQ 693am Breakfast host Ian Healy, who returns for another summer.

Women’s cricket superstar Rachael Haynes completes the group of Australian representatives, trading her bat and pads for a microphone and headset to make her SEN broadcasting debut.

The opposition perspective won’t be lost on the SEN audience, with West Indian fast bowling great Ian Bishop and golden era South African star Jonty Rhodes providing their analysis for each respective series.

The Australian’s Chief Cricket writer Peter Lalor and Cricbuzz guru Bharat Sundaresan will also bring their unique and, at times quirky perspective to the coverage along with any breaking news that develops throughout the summer to round out the SEN Test Cricket team.

Adam Collins said SEN was undoubtedly the home of Test cricket.

“SEN has demonstrated its serious commitment to Test cricket throughout 2022, broadcasting series in venues not only from Australia but also in Pakistan, Sri Lanka and England. There continues to be something very special about the traditional form of the game, which is why it is front and center across the network.

“It is as true today as it ever has been that summer officially starts on the opening day of the First Test Match, and we can’t wait to tell the stories of another summer on Australia’s home of cricket on the radio.”

Ian Healy said he was particularly looking forward to seeing the Australian vs. West Indies series.

“The West Indies are smarting with the loss of their coach and captain following the T20 World Cup. They have some real fast bowlers and big hitters, so I’ll be watching them closely to see how they respond.

“Australia has once again bounced back so strongly in the One Day Internationals against England and I’m expecting that form to carry on into dominate performance in this series.”

Ball-by-ball coverage of the Australian Men’s Test summer will be broadcast live across the SEN network and the SEN app, beginning with the First Test on Wednesday 30 November at 12pm AEDT.

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