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Rocky start for sports radio network SENZ

Daniel Dunkley
Mon, 12 Jul 2021

Columnist Sam Casey criticised NZ Rugby for investing too much in women's rugby. (Image: Getty)
Daniel Dunkley
Mon, 12 Jul 2021
SENZ, the sports radio station launched by Australia’s Sports Entertainment Network, has endured a rocky start amid a high-profile departure and sexism scandal.The network, which goes to air on July 19, terminated the contract of producer Sam Casey last week after the 25-year old published a blog in Rugby News on the women’s game.Casey’s opinion article, titled Hands Out, Not Up, criticised female rugby players’ demands for more cash, “when the wahine do not bring in the revenue”, and described payments to th...

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