Radio 1116 SEN 2019 Lineup

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lumpinee

Team Captain
Jul 18, 2019
319
271
AFL Club
Richmond
Ox & Marco slayed it on monday on the topic of future draftee prospects both in AFL & NRL. with the expert they had on the show
Private schools v Public...Scholarships etc & various schools pathways for sports future elites
Eg,If a talented junior footballers parents choose to send theyre son to Geelong College instead of Geelong Grammar,
it Will have an effect on wether he gets drafted ...
Up in sydney there was a Private school that supplied 9 future NRL juniors in 1 year alone whilst down the road talent were
completely ignored because of the school they attended even though it was well known in the industry that the whole 9 were not as talented as 2-3
from the other school
 

Kwality

Brownlow Medallist
Aug 14, 2011
20,538
7,167
Tootgarook
AFL Club
West Coast
Other Teams
Renault F1

BRAND NEW HOME OF SPORT FOR 1629 SEN SA



Sports fans in South Australia have a unique new home of sport with SEN SA relocating to a new cutting edge showcase studio in the heart of the Adelaide CBD.

In a South Australia first, SEN SA has moved to 1 King William Street – the iconic location on the corner of King William and North Terrace.

It enables sports fans to get up close and personal with their favourite on- air stars due to the studio’s unique streetfront view.

To be known as SEN SA’s Studio Lumo, as part of a unique partnership with leading energy retailer Lumo Energy SA, the venue will create and house locally made South Australian radio, digital and TV content.

Port Adelaide star Kane Cornes and four-time Central Districts premiership player Andrew Hayes – hosts of Breakfast with Kane & Haysey, are among the local talent whose live shows will come Studio Lumo each week, alongside SEN SA’s drivetime duo Kym Dillon and Michelangelo Rucci on Afternoon’s with Kymbo & the Rooch.

Breakfast with Kane and Hayesy is already also simulcast on 1539 Radio Tab SA.


There's more https://mumbrella.com.au/sen-sa-relocates-to-new-studio-607687
 

TheGreatBarryB

Brownlow Medallist
Mar 20, 2007
21,305
20,949
Melbourne
AFL Club
Essendon
Other Teams
Texans, Astros, Leeds
Ox & Marco slayed it on monday on the topic of future draftee prospects both in AFL & NRL. with the expert they had on the show
Private schools v Public...Scholarships etc & various schools pathways for sports future elites
Eg,If a talented junior footballers parents choose to send theyre son to Geelong College instead of Geelong Grammar,
it Will have an effect on wether he gets drafted ...
Up in sydney there was a Private school that supplied 9 future NRL juniors in 1 year alone whilst down the road talent were
completely ignored because of the school they attended even though it was well known in the industry that the whole 9 were not as talented as 2-3
from the other school
Private schools just simply hand pick best talent from other schools both in sport and academically. Look at story the other day of draft prospects Serong, Dow and Kemp, they were given scholarships two years ago at Geelong Grammar.

If you’re not cutting it academically by year 9 or 10 you’re “encouraged” to move on.
 
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bedford

Hall of Famer
Oct 29, 2007
30,581
19,315
Lake Oval
AFL Club
Sydney
Other Teams
SMFC
Ox & Marco slayed it on monday on the topic of future draftee prospects both in AFL & NRL. with the expert they had on the show
Private schools v Public...Scholarships etc & various schools pathways for sports future elites
Eg,If a talented junior footballers parents choose to send theyre son to Geelong College instead of Geelong Grammar,
it Will have an effect on wether he gets drafted ...
Up in sydney there was a Private school that supplied 9 future NRL juniors in 1 year alone whilst down the road talent were
completely ignored because of the school they attended even though it was well known in the industry that the whole 9 were not as talented as 2-3
from the other school
There is another thread for those 2 sooks and I like Mark
 

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