KPMG 20×20 – What’s Next for Women in Sport

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Online, Wednesday 21st October

To mark the conclusion of 20×20 and to celebrate what has truly been a transformative two-year movement for Women in Sport in Ireland, KPMG together with 20×20 would like to invite you to a virtual event at 12.00pm on Wednesday, 21 October. The event aims to provoke debate and to inspire you and other stakeholders in sport to act and choose the future we want for Women in Sport in Ireland.

RTÉ’s Jacqui Hurley will be joined by a host of national and international trailblazers including one of the most successful female tennis players of all time, Martina Navratilova, former captain of the Ireland and Leinster Rugby teams, Brian O’Driscoll and former World Champion and Olympian, Sonia O’Sullivan.


Date:
Wednesday 21st October
Time:
12.00pm
Price:
Free

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