Members of the Women’s Gaelic Players Association will be wearing pink laces next weekend as part of a major fundraising drive for Breast Cancer Ireland. Continue reading
We know in our gut instinct that sport delivers something special in terms of social value but how can we translate that into a financial figure to stand up against competing claims on funding or land use? Continue reading
The Great Pink Run which will launch in Dublin later this week is to go global for the first time in its nine year history.
The way in which major sponsors Guinness, Vodafone and Bank of Ireland came together to support this summer’s Union Cup in Rugby, and the lasting impact it hopes to have on encouraging the LGBTQ community to feel welcome in sport will be one of the key subjects at next week’s Sport for Business Sport for Social Good Conference at Ulster University. Continue reading
World number two golfer Dustin Johnson has been confirmed among the latest four golfers to be confirmed to play in next year’s JP McManus Pro-Am tournament at Adare Manor. Continue reading
It’s Pride Weekend in Dublin and the welcome that has been extended to the LGBTQ community from sport this year has been a game changer. Continue reading
Ulster University has been unveiled as the official host of The Open Championship Camping Village and announced a packed schedule of activities taking place on the Coleraine Campus in three weeks time.
Kieran Donaghy’s first visit to a GAA Super Games Centre will be a central feature of tonight’s GAA Championship Review show on Sky Sports. Continue reading
London Irish Rugby Club is looking to bounce back from recent negative publicity around the signing of Paddy Jackson and the exit of Diageo as a long term sponsor. Continue reading
The initiative is supported by the UN and will form one of the keynote presentations at the Sport for Business Sport for Social Good Conference taking place at Ulster University on the opening day of the Championship. Continue reading