Shelbourne FC will introduce a “Pay What You Like” scheme for admission to the final home game of the Só Hotels Women’s National League this coming Sunday, Oct 20. It will yield some interesting pointers. Continue reading
The sponsorship announcement comes on the back of a stellar start to Leona’s professional career, including securing her official tour card to compete on the LPGA Tour.
On this day one year ago we celebrated the launch of a new campaign aimed at raising the measurable profile of Women in Sport. Continue reading
It is one of the most uplifting sporting events of the year and last weekend the Annual Gaelic4Mothers & Others national Blitz took place in North Dublin. Over 2,500 women, representing 120 clubs from every corner of the country descended … Continue reading
It was a great night in Tallaght but it should have been enjoyed by more. We look at where some of the empty seats in a sold-out crowd may have come from and at the ‘terms and conditions’ that apply to being a fan. Continue reading
Welcome to our seventh annual list of 50 Women of Influence in Irish Sport, in partnership with Liberty Insurance. Today’s 19th addition to those who are making a difference is FAI UEFA and FIFA football match official Michelle O’Neill. Continue reading
Set up in partnership with FIFA & UEFA, the Programme aims to provide female administrators with the tools, techniques and skills necessary for them to undertake senior positions efficiently and with greater confidence within Clubs, Leagues, Regional and National Committee level. Continue reading
Joanne O’Riordan is one of the most impressive personalities I have come across not only in the journey that Sport for Business has been over the past eight years but way beyond that as well. Over the summer she got in touch to ask if I would appear on her Joanne O’Riordan podcast with Cork’s RedFM. Continue reading
The campaign which has raised the level of awareness and discourse around the whole area of Women in Sport over the past year was recognised by the judges in the GameChanger category. Kellie Harrington was another winner on the night.