Ireland Esports hopes to be Ireland’s go-to place as a National Governing Body for esports. Ahead of tomorrow morning’s Sport for Business Live Webinar on the subject, we sat, virtually, with the four co-founders to hear about their plans… Continue reading
Triathlon Ireland hosted the first Virtual AGM to be held by a sporting body in Ireland on Saturday with 62 club delegates and board members joining remotely from their homes using the Zoom app.
A new report from Sport Ireland has revealed that women make up 29 per cent of the Boards of funded National Governing Bodies of Sport in Ireland, but that there are some big players yet to hit 20 per cent and nine sporting bodies that have no gender balance at all. Continue reading
Clubforce has signed a new three year deal to become the official data partner of the Federation of Irish Sport.
At yesterday’s launch of the new Golf Ireland identity, we sat down with new Golf Ireland CEO Mark Kennelly to explore some of the challenges to be faced and how they will be overcome through 2020. Continue reading
It’s never about the money with the GAA and yet it is always the money that generates the greatest debate. Yesterday’s launch of the Annual report for the twelve months of 2019 had plenty of good news with financial records tumbling in a positive way all around.
Nothing Endures But Change. A truth spoken by an Ephesian more than 2,500 years ago provided a context for the results of the GAA Fixture Review Group published yesterday. We are excited about the prospect for change and the creation of a brilliant year-long narrative. Continue reading
Zara Hyde Peters, who was to have started in the role of CEO of UK Athletics next Monday has been forced to step down before ever stepping up in an issue over safeguarding. Continue reading
Kieran Lucid is a man on a mission. He wants to see football on the island of Ireland transformed by the creation of an All-Island League that will see Glentoran and Linfield take on Dundalk and Smarock Rovers in grounds … Continue reading
Casting the GAA leadership as uncaring and serving some nebulous purpose of treating the whole wide range of Gaelic Games as their personal fiefdom is demeaning more to those making the accusation than to those on the receiving end. Continue reading