Dwayne Russell will have a strong focus on local and international sporting issues, with footy front and centre.
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On Thursday morning Sam and Kane discussed the latest on Jordan de Goey and whether he will play for Collingwood beyond next season, before speaking with premiership Tiger Jacob Townsend, Southside Flyers forward Sara Blicavs and South East Melbourne Phoenix centre Dane Pineau.By SEN
How Shane Warne was barracking for his opinion on the first day of the Ashes series, and whether as fans it's worth going into the inner sanctum, before a discussion around Jordan de Goey's future at Collingwood and the AFL's vision for women's football (39:23), Questions Without Notice (53:10), Opals and Southside Flyers forward Sara Blicavs (1:07…
How he'll be on fewer minutes this season as he builds back his form and confidence following a string of injuries, what the "springy and athletic" Xavier Munford brings to the team, the "freaky" things we'll see from Zhou Qi, how the Phoenix have gone past Melbourne United, and more.By SEN
Why England captain Joe Root didn't elect to bowl under grey skies at the Gabba, whether or not Mitchell Starc would have planned the way he dismissed Rory Burns with the first delivery of the series, why it makes sense that James Anderson and Stuart Broad were left out, how England must approach the Australian batting innings, the respect Pat Cumm…
Why he has chosen to retire after 10 years and 62 games for four clubs, how relaxed he felt as he booked his spot in Richmond's run to the 2017 premiership, the love and support he's received from Tiger fans since he called time, how Gold Coast in 2021 reminded him of Greater Western Sydney in 2012, and more.…
Why it was "nerve-wracking" to play in front of a big crowd as she posted 27 and 11 in the Flyers' season opener, how the time she was cut from the Olympic and WNBA teams within a couple of weeks made her an "angrier player," and more.By SEN
Why the Showdown deserves to be on a Friday night and how the AFL have taken the fixture for granted, our favourite sports films, and more.By SEN
Why Jordan De Goey will have no option but to leave Collingwood at the end of next season, the questions left unanswered by the AFL's vision for women's football, and more.By SEN
"He's going to have no option but to leave."By SEN
How Shane Warne was "barracking for his opinion" of Mitchell Starc and the time Kane did the same, how Adam Gilchrist nailed his presentation to debutant Alex Carey and whether it's worth going into the inner sanctum, and more.By SEN
On Wednesday morning, Sam and Kane examined whether the AFL could introduce more protocols to protect players from concussion following West Coast defender Brad Sheppard's retirement, and why we should celebrate journeymen like Jacob Townsend. Following that, they caught up with former Australian Test bowler Craig McDermott, and basketball great La…
How athletes understand and communicate tactics to fans, and our most bitter disputes with neighbours, before discussions around West Coast defender Brad Sheppard's retirement and whether more can be done to prevent concussion, why we should celebrate the journeymen and more (39:24), Australia's greatest basketballer Lauren Jackson explaining how m…
George, who founded the Barmy Army "splinter cell" in Brisbane, joined Sam and Kane two hours out from the first ball at the Gabba, and gave us a sense of what to expect from the crowd.By SEN
Why the Australian batsmen won't be worried if Jimmy Anderson is to return for Adelaide, how the pitch at the Gabba flattens out after the first session but will offer a bit to the bowlers throughout the Test, and more.By SEN
How both captains would secretly prefer to bowl but won't send the opposition in if they win the toss, why experienced fast bowler Mitch Starc is a riskier selection than tyro Jhye Richardson, why England will "box clever" with Jimmy Anderson, why he's a Justin Langer man, and more.By SEN
How the pain became too much in retirement after all her bumps, bruises and surgeries, why she pursued an alternative to "harsher" prescription drugs and was prescribed medicinal cannabis, how the stigma is slowly being broken down, the inconsistency of treatment for female athletes who play in multiple teams and countries, and more.…
How the AFL can't do much more to prevent concussion without changing the game, the benefits of a lower interchange cap, when champions aren't on the same page as their former clubs, why we should celebrate the journeymen more often, why Toby Thurstans said "catdog" on the premiership podium in 2004, and more.…
"He'll be forever remembered by Richmond fans..."By SEN
"I just don't know how much further we can go to make the game any safer."By SEN
How Jake Fraser-McGurk's catch compares with the greats, where the air is so cold it hurts to breathe, how well athletes understand and communicate tactics, our most bitter disputes with our neighbours, and more.By SEN
On the final show of 2021 today: 1. Test Cricket Commentator Anthony Hudson 2. Sydney Swans CEO Tom Harley 3. Melbourne United young gun David Okwera 4. Chairman of SCG trust Tony Shepherd 5. Clips from Pat Cummins' presserBy SEN
With the fifth Ashes test still up for grabs, Chairman of the SCG Trust Tony Shepherd joined Dwayne Russell to explain why the SCG should be first in line to host the match.By SEN
Sydney Swans CEO Tom Harley joined Dwayne to talk about all the offseason action at the Swans and what they're planning on doing when Lance Franklin kicks his 1000th goal next year.By SEN
With The Ashes set to start tomorrow, SEN commentator Anthony Hudson joined Dwayne to discuss what he's looking forward to in the series.By SEN
On Tuesday morning, Sam and Kane discussed Dustin Martin and Dylan Grimes' captaincy credentials at Punt Road, and how Melbourne are "nailing" their post-premiership pre-season, before catching up with Australian Test batsman Travis Head.By SEN
Kane's search for his keys this morning, and whether Melbourne traffic is as bad as people say, before a discussion around the two leading candidates to take the Richmond captaincy, whether Scott Pendlebury could step aside and how Melbourne are "nailing" their post-premiership process (39:10), Australian runner Ollie Hoare (1:07:29), nominations f…
How the doubts around his technique will be answered by consistency, his blueprint to understand Test cricket, why he's been able to make a string of good starts at the level without having always gone on with it, his expectations of the pitch and the conditions in Brisbane, and more.By SEN
The players who came good after there were question marks around them, Kane's tips for prospective marathon runners, and more.By SEN
"He's a Hall of Famer, straight in when he's eligible... could he have been better?"By SEN
The difference between running indoors and outdoors, what he'll take away from his experience at the Olympics in Tokyo, how he was drawn to the United States by the country's track and field infrastructure, the way he "fell into" the track program at Trinity Grammar, and more.By SEN
The two leading candidates for the Richmond captaincy, why giving up the Collingwood leadership could rejuvenate Scott Pendlebury, how Melbourne have nailed the balance of celebrating a premiership and looking forward, why senior Tigers would be "rolling their eyes" at Sydney Stack, the time Chad Wingard was choppered out of a pre-season session, a…
"There's that fine balance of celebrating but moving on at the right time."By SEN
"I think he can do it in his own way."By SEN
Kane's search for his keys to the office this morning, the difficulty in trying to book a table, whether Melbourne traffic is as bad as people say, and more.By SEN
On the show today: 1. SEN Track's Campbell Brown 2. Former Docker Michael Barlow 3. F1 journalist Matt Clayton 4. NBL Guru Liam Santamaria 5. Joe Root presser 6. Former Victoria spinner Bryce McGainBy SEN
With the Ashes set to start on Wednesday, former Victoria spinner Bryce McGain joined Sam Edmund to give his take on the selection decision and what he expects to happen at the Gabba.By SEN
Basketball guru Liam Santamaria joined Sam Edmund to wrap up a huge opening weekend in the NBL.By SEN
Formula 1 freelance journalist and podcast host Matt Clayton joined Sam Edmund on SEN Afternoons to wrap up the fall out from the Saudi Arabian GP and to preview the final battle between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen in Abu Dhabi.By SEN
Michael Barlow joined Sam Edmund on SEN Afternoons to talk about the atmosphere and emotional moments at Melbourne's premiership celebrations yesterday.By SEN
After a big weekend of racing, Campbell Brown joined Sam Edmund on SEN Afternoons to talk through all the action - including Jamie Kah's win on Smokin' Romans in the Pakenham Cup.By SEN
On Monday morning, Dwayne Russell and Kane Cornes discussed how Richmond defender Sydney Stack is "wasting" his talent, and how Adelaide have moved too soon to re-sign senior coach Matthew Nicks. They also caught up with former New Zealand Test captain Brendon McCullum, and Melbourne chief executive Gary Pert.…
Every car Dwayne has ever driven and why Kane's first two were the same, before former New Zealand Test captain Brendon McCullum (39:22), how Richmond defender Sydney Stack is "wasting" his talent (1:01:46), Greg Rust to wrap the Bathurst 1000 (1:08:54), Melbourne chief executive officer Gary Pert (1:18:43), Questions Without Notice (1:31:16), why …
"... I would have liked for them to have shown a bit more caution."By SEN
Why the Dogs can become one of the three biggest clubs in Victoria and whether Port Adelaide can overtake the Crows, why we shouldn't place the Grand Final rematch in the opening round, whether junior clubs should continue to be rewarded when their graduates hit milestones in the AFL, and more.By SEN
The dollar figure the Dees' premiership will bring in after the pandemic had "smashed" the club's bottom line, how Sunday's unique celebration at the MCG afforded them opportunities a Grand Final presentation wouldn't, progress on plans to replicate the dimensions of the 'G at Gosch's Paddock and construct a new training base, how he asked for the …
How he loved the character on the podium from winner Chaz Mostert, why Lee Holdworth's first Bathurst win was so richly deserved, the changing of the guard at Red Bull Ampol, and more.By SEN
"Ban him from Tiktok until he gets a kick and has some success, or is that not the way it goes now?"By SEN
How Ajaz Patel's 10 wickets in an innings might be the finest individual achievement by a Kiwi cricketer, why the 33-year-old has played in just 11 Test matches, how the umpiring has been "woeful" in Mumbai, why Australia will be too strong in the Ashes, and more.By SEN
Every car Dwayne has ever driven and why Kane's first two were the same, Dwayne's dress sense for the basketball broadcast, the time Kane was dressed for a holiday to ancient Rome, and more.By SEN
Thomas Randle is one of the rising stars of Australian motorsport and in 2022 he will have a full time drive in the Supercars. His rise through the ranks even more remarkable given he has had to overcome testicular cancerBy SEN