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Cameron Smith Re-Signs With SEN For 3 Years 

Australian rugby league great Cameron Smith has re-signed a 3-year deal with  Australia and New Zealand’s leading sports broadcaster SEN. 

Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) confirmed Smith will continue to  co-host the  weekly show, ‘The Captain’s Run,’ alongside Denan Kemp who has also re-signed with the network.

‘The Captain’s Run’ podcast proved to be popular with SEN fans, debuting at #1 on the apple podcast charts in the first few weeks.

‘The Captain’s Run’ timeslot will be extended to 3 hours in 2022 and will air LIVE every Thursday from 9am to 12pm during the NRL season – giving SEN listeners the opportunity to gain deeper insights into the major players and coaches in the code, catch up on all the big issues, and listen to high profile guests have their say.

The show can be heard on SEN 1170 Sydney, as well as 1053 Brisbane, 1620 Gold Coast, and across regional QLD on the SEN network of stations and the SEN app.

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